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nice work there
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damn man that looks tight? WHat kind of notches are those??? Have u been ridin it around yet?? i have a 5'' drop on my ranger and i am now thinkin of layin frame.. Looks like great progress!

Thanks, It's an 8in notch by suicide doors and I haven't had the pleasure of draggin' the thing since it's been under the knife. Best of luck to yours cause once you start to go low you just want to go lower.
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we need more pics damnit!
ya camber on the fords sucks haha on my f150 i had to raise the upper control arms and flip the ball joints... never had it aligned after i got it back and this is my neg camber lol

not toooo extreme.. lol never had any unsual tire wear... except for the back right haha... damn tx heatwave raped my tires at night haha
Looks Awesome! I'd say you did well with the camber issue looks like you did it right not having the messed up tire wear. Nothing like having to dishing out funds for big tires before their time cause of nasty camber.
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yea rangers have bad camber issues..one reason why if i ever did get a bagged truck id be leanin towards s-10s..or something else..

looks good man get plenty of front end shots..hope you get it done b4 drop jaw myrtle beach..
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yea rangers have bad camber issues..one reason why if i ever did get a bagged truck id be leanin towards s-10s..or something else..

looks good man get plenty of front end shots..hope you get it done b4 drop jaw myrtle beach..
Yeah, me 2 man. I'm ready to flex this thing.
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Looks nice... must be nice being able to have a place to work on your truck.... Wish I da a garage to work on my truck in....
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Jonathan when u do start to drive it around tell me how the ride is!
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Jonathan when u do start to drive it around tell me how the ride is!
I'll do it Aaron.
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