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Old 03-08-2009
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Hmmmm any good ideas to what i could do?

hey heres some pics of what the Danger Ranger looks like.
anyone wanna comment on what i could do next with the nice and fat tax check im receiving this year?
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Lift it, bigger tires

I dont think I have ever seen you on here before. Where is Brookville at? I have never heard of it.
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if you want 35's with just a bl you will either need to make your own sketchy 6" or so bl or hack the fenders
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I want to see someone mount round fogs INTO the bumper, like cut holes and weld a piece of tube on here. Someone suggested on here before and never got around to doing it.
I agree, brush guard is ugly.
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Take of that ugly brush guard. Paint trim, Lift, Slam, depends on what you want.
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if you follow 52 from harrison it is the first major junction for 52, 1 and 101around the lake. i was thinkin of a body lift and 35's my self
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No way you're fitting 35's with just a body lift. Take the brush guard off, paint your trim black, clear corners, body lift, and 33's.
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is that a wood bumper on the ford next to yours?
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im keepin the brushguard till the deer population round here dies down LMAO highest bonus tag area in the state and FYI ive killed more than 15 of the f ers already with that truck. can't tell can ya? hmmm theres 31.25's on there already and the rear would be able to take 33's without a lift or it already has a lift as that what was on the truck originally. only owned it for two years.
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Something weird happened in this thread post number 6 was before the other posts.
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is that a wood bumper on the ford next to yours?
lmao yea. thats bossmans 90 f350 custom dumptruck.
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No way you're fitting 35's with just a body lift. Take the brush guard off, paint your trim black, clear corners, body lift, and 33's.
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brush guard = fugly
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I like the brush guard.

And no way is that truck lifted. Looks stock.

I hope you don't drive with those lights on and oncoming traffic coming. I'd probably let my road rage get carried away. LOL!
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I say body lift, tires, and wheels.
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hmmm idk. but those lights are factory low beam lights hehe. even sell the exact light bulb in any auto parts store and lable FDR93-97. they really arent that bright tbh but i never have to use my highbeams :D
and the rear end might be im not to sure. but the tires on the rear were 33's before i got the 31.25's from fish tailing into that culvert
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You could add a 6" suspension lift for cheap (Compared to the 98 + Rangers)on that year ranger. Also, add a 3" body lift 35" tires....Done!! Trust me, you will not fit 35's on the front of that truck with just a 3" body lift...I took the 35's off my 01 when I got rid of it and put them on my 93, at the time it only had the 5.5" suspension lift and they rubbed like hell.

http://www.ntwonline.com/83-97_Ranger_C198.cfm

Mine w/ 5.5 superlift and 3" BL


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hmmmm well that sounds hot. i may do that If i get something else. roofin all day on me gives me enough problems gettin in it now let alone with a 6" lift lol.
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You could add a 6" suspension lift for cheap (Compared to the 98 + Rangers)on that year ranger. Also, add a 3" body lift 35" tires....Done!! Trust me, you will not fit 35's on the front of that truck with just a 3" body lift...I took the 35's off my 01 when I got rid of it and put them on my 93, at the time it only had the 5.5" suspension lift and they rubbed like hell.

http://www.ntwonline.com/83-97_Ranger_C198.cfm

Mine w/ 5.5 superlift and 3" BL


Copy that truck and you're all set.
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Lift it, keep the brush guard. paint your trim and throw out the flag style mirrors
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I'm on 35s with just a BodyLift.
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I think I would have to say sell it to a nun and buy an old VW bus and trick it out!
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