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Old 03-10-2012
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Another question… how do you adjust the frt end is there an adjusting arm built in to the Radius Arms ?

How about a side view of the front end from the back a little, when you get back or if you are back ?



Nice picture, passed it too quick the last time I looked.
Blow it up and frame it.
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sry guys i know its been a bit, heres some pictures, its coming along





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nice job! looks like shes has plenty of flex =] how did you like those kevlars?
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Nice shafts
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They kevlars kicked ***! they just didnt make them in the size i wanted, and the iroc is a better tire imo. When i sold the kevlears they for sure saw some good off road use from me, and i still was able to sell them for almost half of what i paid
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Nice work... good looking truck!
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I like how you managed to get everything together without having to tube the back half. I kinda want to do this to my truck I'm really curious to see how it all works. I seen you driving around kelowna a year or two ago rite after your sas, your truck looks great. What size are the irocs?
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There 37 x 13
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That turned out great!

What shafts are those?
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Looks awesome!
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What shafts are those?
There the Yukon " hard core" with that pinless "X" joint or what ever they call it
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LOOKIN BADASS! Just noticed...Who made the rear bumper? I really like it. Wrap around looks great Really flush too.
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Lookin good!
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Damn! This thing is nice! Gotta see this thing finished!
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its been awhile but its finally back!






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its been awhile but its finally back!

still have a few things left, got a set of jba headers on the way, needs a whole new exhust system, brakes blead, and well see if the new fuel system works
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Looks great!
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Those towers look amazing. Good work!
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Awesome!! Good to see it back together again!
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Nice work!
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Very cool! What's next? Axles?
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That is nasty! . just wondering, what does that fuel cell do for you? excuse the ignorance, never seen one on a ranger before.
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That is nasty! . just wondering, what does that fuel cell do for you? excuse the ignorance, never seen one on a ranger before.
If I had to guess due to the suspension work he couldn't use the stock gas tank. So he got a fuel cell and put in the bed
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looks great. Are you going to have to do some fender cutting in the rear?
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