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  1. Hagman
    05-30-2014 - permalink
    Hagman
    I have a 2009 sport 4x4 4.0L with 3.73s and want to go up to 33x12.5s. You have the exact same setup and I was wondering if the performance suffers as much as some people who dont own the vehicle with the same spec say lol. Just thought I would get your opinion by asking someone who has exactly what im looking for
  2. 09sport
    08-27-2011 - permalink
    09sport
    ok, thanks for the info, and i am assuming you did the same with your hitch by cutting it and welding back together? and where from N.B. are you from?
  3. 09sport
    08-25-2011 - permalink
    09sport
    hey, another member from N.B. not many of us. what did you do with your front tow hooks for the body lift?? i am body lifted and want my tow hooks back.
  4. Timberwolf
    04-23-2011 - permalink
    Timberwolf
    Hell ya dood! Looks sweet!
  5. Timberwolf
    04-14-2011 - permalink
    Timberwolf
    lets see some pics of your new rig!
  6. 2008xl
    04-05-2011 - permalink
    2008xl
    i have never really calculated it, but it is only around 13-14 id would say, that is giver or take
  7. Timberwolf
    02-14-2011 - permalink
    Timberwolf
    15"X8 alcoas
  8. Timberwolf
    02-11-2011 - permalink
    Timberwolf
    Nice! I have the same rims dood! You should be fine with your current gears. Whoa man, 3"BL with 33" 12.5 MT muds? You mileage is gonna suck lol. Get used to it. Check this out....... http://www.superioraxlegear.com/calc...re-height.html.
  9. Timberwolf
    02-11-2011 - permalink
    Timberwolf
    well, the BL with all accessories (front/rear bumper brackets, steering extension and fuel line extension etc. is $292. That's w/o labor. It is a all day install. So they will charge a flat rate instead of hr/rate. Give them a call dood. they will hook you up, or just drop in and have a chat with them. I upgraded my rear shocks for some skyjackers when I got my BL. Oh, my AAL was 200 flat installed. You plan on getting bigger rubber for your rig? I cant wait till summertime. I can finally work on my rig. I dont have a garage...sucks!!! Friggin cold dood!
  10. Timberwolf
    02-11-2011 - permalink
    Timberwolf
    Yes buy! Ya, did my work in stages. Started with my K&N intake upgrade and magnaflow catback system. Then my 3"BL with new shocks all around with new wheels/tires. Finally, AAL to boost up the rear. Cause I actually use my bed for haulin' this and that. Like, [email protected] that need a help in moving lol. BTW, i haven't posted new pics yet with my AAL, gonna take some snaps tomorrow. To me it's a noticeable difference. Love it. Ya dood, National does most of my work, they are a great bunch up there. Actually going there in a couple weeks to pick up my superchips programmer. Didn't modify the exhaust at all after the lift. National had it nice and tight to start with. Its a swept tail, and doesn't look bad at all IMO. Was thinking of dumping it, we'll see though. Sounds sweet. Thanks bro, i fu**in love my truck. Nice MTZ BTW, I gots the ATZ, love em. Mickeys!

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  • About Novak48
    First Name
    Chris
    Location
    New Brunswick
    Year
    2008 Ranger Sport 4x4
    Last Name
    Novak
    Vehicle Modifications
    Truck Specs:2008 Ranger Sport 4x4

    Tires/Wheels: 33x12.5x15 Mickey Thompson MTZ's

    Engine Mods: Magnaflow Catback, KN Drop in Filter

    Suspension Mods: Belltech 6400 Shackles, Pre-Key Mod & Torsion Bar Crank, KYB Monomax Shocks, #1 Torsion Bars, 3" BL

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  • Signature
    2008 Ranger Sport 4x4 4.0L 5spd

    3" BL & 33x12.5x15 Mickey Thompson MTZ's

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  • Join Date: 07-04-2008

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