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Old 09-03-2008
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How does a 4X2 with offroading tires handle winter?!?
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Yankee Lift !!
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How does a 4X2 with offroading tires handle winter?!?
we dont have winter... just not hurricane season
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How does a 4X2 with offroading tires handle winter?!?
Mine handled fine last winter, only found 1 hill I couldn't make it up lol. Damn mountain switchbacks.
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ok heres mine

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How does a 4X2 with offroading tires handle winter?!?
Poorly.
My wife's 10 year old Honda Accord with 14" tires had better control in town. I even had 350# of sand bags in the back of the Ranger and I still couldn't start off without spinning my 32" MT... It was about the same with my 31" AT. Graceful was not how I describe it
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Weird, I never had a problem with my 32 ATs with no weight in the bed.
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Weird, I never had a problem with my 32 ATs with no weight in the bed.

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3.5" spindles, 2.5" t-bar crank, 3" BL, and some 33's.

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WOW that 06 looks clean!
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hey yuke what motor does your ranger have in it?
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Tim he had a blown up 2.5.... Replaced it with another 2.5 lol

Ryan, that truck is gorgeous! I love it!

Here's my ol' 2000 Ranger... 6in lift front 4in lift rear doetsch lift on 33's

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^ nice
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paul nice truck...What happened to the 2.5? To much tire for it to handle? Im wantin 33s why i am asking.
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nah i was so sideways offroad no oil got to the engine or sumthin and the cam seized
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dang man that sucks...whats the odds haha, how does the 2.5 pull them
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yuke175, hey man, I love your truck. It is actually my background. I have the same truck. What is your complete set-up? Tires, kind of lift, gears, 7.5 or 8.8?
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wow thanks man feels good to be sum1s background...

3" spindle lift
2" lift coils
2" aal
2" shackle
1.5" block
3" body

that makes 8/8.5 inches of lift on 33x12.5 bfg mudders

and a 7.5 with 4.56s... the 2.5 does fine it was just a stupid mistake by me thats all
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yuke, i love your truck...i would love to do something similar with my truck but unfortunately i dont have the money lol. and that is one of the best looking 2wd's i have seen
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Yuke, looks like u have a few fans. Hope fully i can get my 4 inch sl lift and 3in bl next month so i can join you up there. Looks awesome.
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hey yuke, where did you get that bull bar? how does that mount?
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Josh, that truck is sick!
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