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mud truck project

Alright im not going to post will things work... This is a Post about i want everyone to give ideas to help me on my ford ranger. its a 2.9 v6 5 speed project. all im gana use it for is mud so i want it to good when i use it. give advise what ever works want it biggest it can be
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With enough coil spacers and lift blocks you can tower over those 44's . . .
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With enough coil spacers and lift blocks you can tower over those 44's . . .
Heck with that, just use some 2x4's nailed together, its easy, and cheap - and will give him up to 8' of lift if its studlength!
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being from florida, some 4 foot lift blocks with stock springs would do the trick...stock gears and open diff will really set it off...also make sure you never install a front driveshaft.

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yes!!!
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Put some Rockwells under it.


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Someone needs to kill Lakeland with fire
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Hey korey...im in love with that signature picture you have.

Ohh...

Seriously though dude..lift...33s or 35s and call it a day.
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could swap in some dana 60's, put about 8 inches of lift, cut the fenders and stuff maybe 37-39's. Then drop in a 302 with a good tranny and you have yourself one heck of a wheeler!
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yes! ^^^^
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everytime I see a thread posted by ricky robby, I think of Joe Dirt.
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You're slightly confused, Joe Dirt drove a hemi. You're just mistaking him for a Florida Redneck....oh wait.
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