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View Poll Results: What should be the next step?
Leave the DAMN TRUCK ALONE 30 34.48%
Double lift it ASAP 39 44.83%
Double lift it when the tires wear out 18 20.69%
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I would take mine truck through that!
BETTER HAVE SOME HYDRO'S ON THAT BAD BOY
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i noticed a lot of you guys said the RCD kit is discontinued ... what is this then?

http://4wheelonline.com/Products.asp...roductID=29384
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i noticed a lot of you guys said the RCD kit is discontinued ... what is this then?

http://4wheelonline.com/Products.asp...roductID=29384
Its called a server error

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I would take mine truck through that!
And I would pull you out when you sink!:-? Maybe a 2wd with a locker and 33s MIGHT make it. But I doubt it
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Maybe a 2wd with a locker and 33s MIGHT make it.
Thats what I gots!
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Thats what I gots!
stock airbox? I have a cone fliter laying on top of the bottom of the stock box. Of helps alot if you are in deep water because otherwise you suck air from undernieth your headlight.
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I was thinkin of goin 35s after my 33s are toast but after hearing all the horror stories about wearing out the front Ill stick with 33s.
same here, well, i was going to get 33s, then after i can afford it get afabtech lift and 35s...maybe now i'll just stick to 33s.

seabass, what are you doing with your rims if you get new ones?
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stock airbox? I have a cone fliter laying on top of the bottom of the stock box. Of helps alot if you are in deep water because otherwise you suck air from undernieth your headlight.
just gotta be smart and not hit it with speed..
and this is why you need 4-5" more and 35s

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and that's nothing, if you see the video i had water up to my turn signals.
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2wd
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hell ya, made it! there and back..
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lol yea i remember the video from that one
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i just got done watching them again
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stock airbox? I have a cone fliter laying on top of the bottom of the stock box. Of helps alot if you are in deep water because otherwise you suck air from undernieth your headlight.
I gots that too. Cone filter.
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Hey matt where are the vids from the pic above i never saw those
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Hey matt where are the vids from the pic above i never saw those
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BETTER HAVE SOME HYDRO'S ON THAT BAD BOY
lol unlike you he actually has a suspension lift...
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lol unlike you he actually has a suspension lift...
both move the air filter up moron
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both move the air filter up moron
I wasnt even discussing that directly, just his point of saying his truck couldnt cross that creek.
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well the whole previous argument was about the air filter height.

and when susp vs body lifts come into play along with the driveline... 4wd>2wd
end of discussion on that one.
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just gotta be smart and not hit it with speed..
and this is why you need 4-5" more and 35s

and that's nothing, if you see the video i had water up to my turn signals.
Dont need anything but a snorkel to go over and beyond that in my rhino

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UM4C1O6soyA
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Dont need anything but a snorkel to go over and beyond that in my rhino

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UM4C1O6soyA
thats great
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lol unlike you he actually has a suspension lift...
Your a tool. Everything you say is just negative bs. Is my truck taller than a stock ranger? Yes about 5.5-6 inchs from the frame to the ground. So get over it.
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To be honest i regret ever goin any bigger then just the body lift. i have enuff $$ in the truck now that im sure could have been spent better elsewhere. yes i still love the truck, but i rarely drive it anymore. i choose to drive the T-bird most of the time just because i dont get 20 people gawkin at me everytime i stop..lol if u want it bigger go for it tho. just hope that gas does not spike back up to $4 a gallon
get that 4wd in a functional and you will love it again. you need to go wheeling!
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Dont need anything but a snorkel to go over and beyond that in my rhino

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UM4C1O6soyA
best video ever.
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get that 4wd in a functional and you will love it again. you need to go wheeling!
everytime i start hating my truck i remind myself of that! lol
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