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welcome, thank you for all of your sacrifices
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thanks for the support! thank you to everybody. but please, let's forget about what i do for a living and concentrate on why ford put these infernal torsion bars on a 2wd truck lol
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Hey clay where are you at in iraq, I am here also down in talill. I am a crew chief on a black hawk. Anyway I had the voliant air intake on my 3.0, also gibson headers and cat back. It wasnt to bad for performance helped out to turn 35's
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Hey clay where are you at in iraq, I am here also down in talill. I am a crew chief on a black hawk. Anyway I had the voliant air intake on my 3.0, also gibson headers and cat back. It wasnt to bad for performance helped out to turn 35's
hows it goin jay? im up in kirkuk. nice and "warm" up here. black hawk crew chief is one of the mos im thinking about re-enlisting for, if i dont get my 5 before oct. thanks for the info on the upgrades. i was looking at gibsons website last night. do u remember what size tubing u had to get for the 3.0?
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It was 2 1/2 on the cat back and what ever the headers were they bolt right in the drivers side was a little bit of a pain to get bolted up but that is always because of the steering shaft. The sound was good also. I mean ur not going to get the v-8 sound but its better than stock I will have to say.... Anyway have fun there its hot and dusty here also.....
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Welcome to R-F! I'm sure the Ranger, and this forum, will give you tons to spend your time on!

Thank you, seriously, for your service. I think that if you've got ***** enough to join any branch of the military, you're already twice the man of anybody else.

So, sincerely, thank you for your service. We owe our freedom to all of you men and women, whether everyone feels that way or not. :)
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It was 2 1/2 on the cat back and what ever the headers were they bolt right in the drivers side was a little bit of a pain to get bolted up but that is always because of the steering shaft. The sound was good also. I mean ur not going to get the v-8 sound but its better than stock I will have to say.... Anyway have fun there its hot and dusty here also.....
thanks for the info brother. stay safe man.
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