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Old 08-04-2005
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the 05 3L 4x4 i test drove at ford last month had 4.10s. i think most on the lot did as well.

your truck is going to look badass. you gotta climb a tire like jay did to prove your stuff. And yes, Brian, BlkTremor02, bumped up to 4.88s with his 35 on his 3l, although you have a 4l, he has a supercharger, so going up to 4.56 or 4.88 will be a good investment as well. Oh and those rancho shocks are awesome, we played with them last weekend at 4WP and we had a killer deal, just wish i had the money on me to buy them, we're talkin under $400 for all 4 shocks and the whole compresor and line kit.
I love those shocks and that set up, one day if I am good.
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