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post pics please. 3inch body lift and 33's

please post pics of your 3 inch body lift and 33's. no step sides, lol.

with a manual and 4.10 gears will 33's make it a ***** of a daily driver?
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make a female dog of a daily driver*
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I have a auto with 410s and 33s that Ive been daily driving for 4 years on 33s. You will have alittle more power being a stick shift.
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auto's tq multiply, that why stock trucks always tow rate for more with an auto, so it should be easier on an auto then a manual. not to be an @ss but you could have just clicked on snapshots a ton of trucks run a bl and 33's here
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My truck is a stick with 4.10s and it drives fine on 33s. It's not a sports car but its very managable and it is my DD.

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I got a 3.0 with 3.73s and it still isnt too bad.
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Mine is an auto but it still drive fine. If anything it will help your mileage just a tad. You won't be turning quite as many RPM's at cruising speed now.
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yeah i have a 3.0 with 4.10s and its not bad
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I have a 4.0, 4.10's, and 33's and it's fine. I get 18-19 highway(65-70mph) and around 16 in town.
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that red regular cab ranger is gorgeous with a lift and 33's on it.
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thanks man!
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Go to my albums, both trucks had 3 inch bl with 33's
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If your doing this to your truck it's works great for a dd. When ever I get rcd lift and bl on with 35's I'll be using that as my dd. My gas is gonna suck a bit but it will still be my dd so you should be good with 33's
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I have a 4.0, 4.10's, and 33's and it's fine. I get 18-19 highway(65-70mph) and around 16 in town.
Is your truck lifted? I cant even pull 15mpg with a superlift and 33x1250s this is with 4.10 and a 4.0sohc.
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mine drives great with 4:10s and 33s. 2005 ranger with the SOHC engine... still feels strong when i get on it
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How much did it cost to gear your truck???
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Is your truck lifted? I cant even pull 15mpg with a superlift and 33x1250s this is with 4.10 and a 4.0sohc.
I have double lift and 35s and i think i get more than 15 mpg. Never really chcecked too hard though.
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I want to get a 3" lift and 33's but would it be like driving a tank for me ? Mine is 4cyl 2.3L, with 4.10.
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I've only had a 4.0 v6 with 33's ....'works like a charm
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Cause im a *****






its a 4.0 auto w/4.10s
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step sides in silver actually looks really good. and i dont like steppies.
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step sides in silver actually looks really good. and i dont like steppies.
Ha I actually did not like steppies when I bought it. and it grew on me. and Thanks
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Is your truck lifted? I cant even pull 15mpg with a superlift and 33x1250s this is with 4.10 and a 4.0sohc.
It's just leveled on 285/75's on 16x8's
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Yea, it's a steppie... suck it.. haha. But yea, 33x12.5's, 3 inch body lift, 4.0L auto with 4.10 gears... around 15mpg roughly.

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