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Bunch of asshats down there, huh?
Basically, but probably not as bad as in Kentucky lol. Lakeland is central Florida, and the general rule with Florida is the further north you go, the further "south" it is.
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Basically, but probably not as bad as in Kentucky lol. Lakeland is central Florida, and the general rule with Florida is the further north you go, the further "south" it is.
No, probably not as bad as Kentucky, but damn close.
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here at the local mud bog there's a 4cyl samuri with like 44's maybe bigger and that thing is just funny to watch.the tires dosent even turn fast enough to clean them off,i would say go with 35's or mod the hell out your ranger before you put 44's on it
you talking about the black one thats usually at midstate mudbogg. I haven't been up there this year but he used to have 49s on it
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YouTube - 2.3 Turbo Ford

Your going to need a setup like this I think to get those things to turn.
Now that my friend, was just dumb
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with the right gears it will turn it. toyotas turn 42's with 5.72s all the time. your axles will not handle those tires, and the the shear weight of the tires will make your truck hop while driving weather you belive it or not. you will have to at least go with one tons. just like your post about the damn rockwells... you would be better off asking these questions on pirate4x4.com rather than here. there are only a few people on this site that have the correct knollage on this and they probly wont post it on here. not down playing anyone, but alot of crap said on here is regurgitated hear say facts. some right some wrong.
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I think this dumb. All the money your looking to spend to fit these 44's you could just go buy a f350 and put the 44's on that, with the right amount of lift of course. A f350 the has 44's under it... That is one hell of a stance right there

or you could do this

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44s on a Ranger is just stupid IMO...but then again who cares about my opinion?
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YOU SHOULD DO THIS!!


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Bahahahah
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doesn't beard run 44s? so basically all you need is a 5.4, a tube frame, D60s, and dual transfer cases.
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Now that my friend, was just dumb
me? or the guy in the video? I just remember seeing that vid and thought of it when I saw this thread haha
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doesn't beard run 44s? so basically all you need is a 5.4, a tube frame, D60s, and dual transfer cases.
beard is runnin 42s and its a HUGE tire..seeing his truck in person thats the biggest tire that would look on a ranger..he isnt huge either its perfect size for what he has on the truck..

and yes like you said big V8 tubed frame..yes you can do it..but stock frame, tiny axles..rigged steering your just asking for problems..
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doesn't beard run 44s? so basically all you need is a 5.4, a tube frame, D60s, and dual transfer cases.

Umm a 5.4, tube frame, and cual transfer cases are things he did to offroad better. He doesn't need them for 44s.
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Your right the new 6.2 in the raptor is the only thing that will work!
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