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Old 03-31-2006
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I can't believe that law passed. The SEMA group should jump all over laws like that.

If everyone followed laws like that the goverment would lose so much tax money. The goverment is so stupid to make laws like that.
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Yes. As I understand it 31" is the largest tire diameter Ford has 'certified' the Ranger to run on. In fact I know that you cannot get the computer/speedometer adjusted for tires larger than 31".
Thats not true, I recalibrated mine for 35's a long time ago...

you need a ford scan tool with the appropriate card in it and you enter the revolutions per mile of the tire.
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Thats not true, I recalibrated mine for 35's a long time ago...

you need a ford scan tool with the appropriate card in it and you enter the revolutions per mile of the tire.
Yeah I did mine also, or should I say atemped, I screwed mine up it was my fault. I didn't enter the right revolutions per mile of the tire. I did that thing where you reverse numbers by accident(dislecsia). Yeah I realized it later. Either way its its close now and was way off before.
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I am really glad MD doesn't have state inspections. You only need to get a vehical inspected when you buy it used, or if you take the tags off(unregister it) then even if its still in your name you have to have it inspected before you can get tags again.

Unless a cop stops you and writes you an inspection ticket. Then you have to take it to an inspection shop and they look at what the cop wrote up(which could be a general inspection=everything). Basicly if you take if to some hole in the wall inspection shop(which could be a little repair shop in the middle of nowhere) they could be cool and just pass it or lets say you can take it to as many shops as it takes to find one that will pass it.

MD does have emission inspection every 2 years, it is rare but I have heard of people getting vehical inspection tickets at emissions test centers.
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Cop's here in Cali rarely bother lifted trucks. They just go after those anoyingly loud inport's
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