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dude the driver side looks way better then the passenger side. you get the kit yet.

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i love the front bumpeer. any updates?
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those welds look like ****!

when you gonna be back in Texas? I'm 21 now.
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Old 09-05-2009
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you look like **** matt. dont make me post pics of ur dumbass passed out at my house ha. ill be back in texas for christmas, then next summer ill have the truck out there.

todays status...

bye bye a/c, inner fender...

Blitzkrieg website claims
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* 83" Overall width
* 16" useable wheel travel

not sure on width yet, BUT with a little bit of extra grinding, we got 18 inches out of the kit, have to clearance the steering mount on the spindle a tad so nothing binds at full bump with wheels turned.

pics will be up soon.
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bah there's pics? ****.

that ****s wide! my truck is right at 80". bulge to bulge
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enjoy....

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thats a nice lookin setup.
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MOAR!!!
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does that use the stock lower control arm mounts?
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upper and lower mounts are factory location, they will get washers welded around the holes to help prevent ovaling
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you dirty dirty dog! nice im liking it!!!! are you gonna run mounts for the fender off the shock hoop/engine cage...or just on the doorjam and headlights only? how muched bumped and strapped travel will you see???? keep the pics coming!
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haha. mounts off engine cage.
bumped and strapped will end up being around 17".
i could make the kit pull 20" if adjustemnets were made to the steering and a new rack was put in. but wont even bother with that.

unless someone wants to give me 3 grand for hydro steering
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Old 09-06-2009
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yea 3g for 3 more inches isnt worth it...its all in the valving
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Sick!! Can't wait to see this best in action.
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i cant wait either. only other part i need is coil overs. and a belt for a 4.0 without a/c(anyone know a partnumber?)

may be switching to a dual core all aluminum radiator with a BIG electric fan, so there will be even less drag on the motor! and THEN depending on how the charging system will be affected, pullies may be added...
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talk to underdog, he should be able to know dealing with underdrive pullies and whatnot
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talk to underdog, he should be able to know dealing with underdrive pullies and whatnot
ya thats who i would be going through to get them if i get some, but dont know how it will affect the charging system since i will have multiple HIDs, Radios, Electric Fans, and a pumper system...
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two answers to your problem

duel red top optima

by the way tell mike his work is clean and i will be coming to him when i get the rest of my truck built

shane
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but dont know how it will affect the charging system since i will have multiple HIDs, Radios, Electric Fans, and a pumper system...
Time to ditch the factory alternator IMO.
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or try the explorer alternator, im not sure what years they are but they have a bigger charging amp output
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did u have to switch to a different hub because that almost looks like a 4wd hub on there???
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did u have to switch to a different hub because that almost looks like a 4wd hub on there???
dana 35 hub...95 4x4 ranger is what it is based off of...

depending if i break these or just find extra money, ill upgrade to dana 44 stuff and run the 5x5.5 bolt pattern..


and shane.. dual batteries wont do **** if i cant keep em charged.. ha.

ill upgrade to a bigger alternator later down the road, not too worried about it,
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no photo updates yet, but a 16" e fan with custom aluminum shroud will be installed.
the whole brake system is getting pulled, i am going to run a cnc dual master cylinder setup.
with everything pulled off the motor, should see some freed up power, and the engine bay will be very empty ha ha.
dual trans coolers and a oil cooler will be added out back, a 10" fan will be covering each cooler with a custom aluminum shroud...


Daily Driver gone full blown race truck ha ha.

completion date may be late october now....
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good luck with that dual cnc master we ran one on my buddies f-toy and took it off the first trip and put the stocker back in worked 100 times better

just my experience with them
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heres a though. cantilever brake system. sick as hell. you would be able to clear 35 with no problem

Here are some cantilever pics




but it all depends on where mike decides to take the engine cage when he tie into the cab cage.

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