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was looking at the new mag today at work. there is not only a ranger from florida in readers rides, but an article on the danger ranger, and a walk through on putting a body lift on a ranger. pretty cool to see all the ranger stuff.

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there is not only ranger from floridain readers ride
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first they do a SAS with a D30... then they show how to put a BL on???

and they put a cummins in a JK woo wee
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first they do a SAS with a D30... then they show how to put a BL on???

and they put a cummins in a JK woo wee
Correction: They put a JK body on a 3/4 ton cummins dodge frame.

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i didnt read the article... i got lazy

i only know its a cummins powered jk, on stock? axles, i saw them saying the broke a stock axle shaft, can i ask WHY they would run D44s with a cummins putting 590ft lbs of torque down?
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on stock dodge axles, they busted the stocker, but had a set of chomoly ones as back up.
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good point, yall just said 3/4ton dodge frame... shoulda put 2 and 2 together and realized they kept the dodge axles and not the JK axles hehe


but still, the fact stands, they put a puny D30 under the ranger, then they are doin a bl, they should do something cooler
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actually of all the 4x4 mags, i think petersens does the best job of bringing real life useable tech and hardcore performance to their readers.

4wheeler is mostly chromed up superdutys, and offroad is not any better! they're more concerned with the paint than the drivetrain...
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actually of all the 4x4 mags, i think petersens does the best job of bringing real life useable tech and hardcore performance to their readers.

4wheeler is mostly chromed up superdutys, and offroad is not any better! they're more concerned with the paint than the drivetrain...
x2! completely agree....but i'd say off road is show trucks and the occasional prerunner, like the member here who was featured.

Here's the Jan '08 Petersens:





Pic sucks....but they REALLY need to crank them bars.
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