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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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Dont need anything but a snorkel to go over and beyond that in my rhino

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UM4C1O6soyA
lets go rock crawling.. then see what else your little rhino needs.
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videos should be pretty good once the snow melts ... i just hope the other guy whos got the r1 rhino gets done building it so we get some vids of that beast too
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lets go rock crawling.. then see what else your little rhino needs.
I got lockers front and back, I dont need anything....

obviously you havent seen what a rhino can do.
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I got lockers front and back, I dont need anything....

obviously you havent seen what a rhino can do.
Yep... be OWNED by a RAZR
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STFU!!!

This thread isn't about what the hell your Rhino ATV can do. Is the site called rhino-forums.com?

I think not. So unless you have something to say about weather or not he should lift the truck more then STFU.

Mark thats really toward your comments. You start and then everyone else does the same. So STOP! Start your own thread about your rhino if you want.
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Yep... be OWNED by a RAZR
yeah the rhino blows away the razr any day
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STFU!!!

This thread isn't about what the hell your Rhino ATV can do. Is the site called rhino-forums.com?

I think not. So unless you have something to say about weather or not he should lift the truck more then STFU.

Mark thats really toward your comments. You start and then everyone else does the same. So STOP! Start your own thread about your rhino if you want.
x2.... but back on subject... I think im staying where im at... I have yet to get stuck and like mark the 4x4 pro said, i dont wheel my truck hard enough to break it in half which is what all people with 35's do right?
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yeah the rhino blows away the razr any day
WAR ZONE that argument... please... im tired of arguing with you ON EVERYTHING
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WAR ZONE that argument... please... im tired of arguing with you ON EVERYTHING
Its nothing political so why warzone it?
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Jeweler, you truck looks great as it is. Higher than stock definalty, bigger tires, but not overkill. If I had an extended cab 4x4 I would probably run the same setup.
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i wish there was a way to block different people so you don't have to see their posts..


as for the lift, do you want me to ship the coil overs to you... or should i bring them up in June?
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i wish there was a way to block different people so you don't have to see their posts..


as for the lift, do you want me to ship the coil overs to you... or should i bring them up in June?

On another forum I'm on you have that option...it's nice but sucks at the same time because other people reply to them and you wonder what they said...lol

I'm glad to hear your leaving it as is jewler...I wish i would have left mine with 3" and 33's
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i might go back to 33s

depends how the axles hold up on 35s
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i might go back to 33s

depends how the axles hold up on 35s
Thats not what I heard.
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I'm staying where I'm at. Mark we all want to put you in your place, but we all know that the war zone is the only place to do it. I'm ordering a rear locker instead of more lift.
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lol
37s?

thats still a thought too, along with 36s..

but once the body lift finally comes off i won't have much room for 37s lol


he obviously doesn't know what i mean when i say rock crawling.. *just* lockers doesn't mean ****.. but enough there.



with all that money you saved you should get a front one, and order me a rear one while your at it
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37s?

thats still a thought too, along with 36s..

but once the body lift finally comes off i won't have much room for 37s lol
LOL

I believe it when I see it!
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the body lift coming off??


yea.. me too, the list of **** i need to do in order to get it off keeps piling up.


i may even do some 34s heh

/jack
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Nah. Rear locker. Ftw. When climbing your wieght transfers to the rear. That's where you need traction the most.
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nooo, lock both. ha


i had one in the front and loved ever minute of it.. just had a few times where i wish i had one in the back as well
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nooo, lock both. ha


i had one in the front and loved ever minute of it.. just had a few times where i wish i had one in the back as well
I can only do one right now. I'm doing the arb
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now thats fancy.
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now thats fancy.
Are they good? I'm not crazy about the air thing but oh well.
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arbs are the ****

but don't run a compressor and all that jazz.

get an air tank and run it directly to that, maybe rig up a few valves... i can draw you a diagram if you want.. cuts out all the wiring, fuses, relays and switches.. just my .02 if i ever run an air locker. I'll be running it off my power tank though.


everyone's gonna tell you that you can't do it that way but you can..
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Well I'm running a custom set-up from 4wheels concepts that will be a air compressor, tank, and aux air hose for on board air. (so I can adjust my air prssure on my tires too.
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