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yeah that is right im smart

scott i want to see you cutting that front stuff. screw this easy rear end stuff.
 
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Originally Posted by zabeard
yeah that is right im smart

scott i want to see you cutting that front stuff. screw this easy rear end stuff.

iv got a torch lined up.. just got an email, my flippin cage arms are on factory backorder until feb 12th(estimate)..
 
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guaranteed to be shipped by the 12th?

that sucks man, no since in rushing the front then.

i should have my tube at home tonight i think.
 
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rear is done... and holy hell is it huge.. put gumbys t-bird 26" on it and it still has a slight rake to it... pics as soon as gumbys sends me them
 
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lol, told yea they were big.

pics!!
 
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what is the correct lift in inches from these springs.

arnt the ones like brenton is runnin l ike a 6" spring..
 
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i did end up puttin the stock blocks back in as well
 
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sweet, my old rims!!


oh and bout time i see pics of my old rollbar on your truck
 
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Dern son..big big big
 
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Scotts old rims just look silly on there haha. Looking killer with the lift though :thumbsup:
 
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not 100% sure if im gonna keep the blocks or not.. it will prob be way too big once i see it leveled with the 37s on it
 
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damn that is huge cant wait to see the whole truck finished.
 
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sexy... i figured it would be monsterous... we need a pic of you standing next to it scott.
 
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Dude that thing is HUGE.
 
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WOW that thing is going to be huge.
 
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Damn thats going to look sweet
 
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looking good! man cant wait to see that in person!
 
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that is a good 7" higher than my truck right now.

assuming this picture is with the 37s mounted

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Originally Posted by zabeard
that is a good 7" higher than my truck right now.

assuming this picture is with the 37s mounted

hmmmmmm.......if that is with the race tires on there.....DANG!!! that dude is going to be A LOT higher with the 37's......
 
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what are the specs on those springs..like lift wise..

arnt the stock waggy springs like a 6" spring..

what would those be rated at?
 
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these springs alone are prob 8" lift for a ranger.. i still have the chevy shackles installed. and now the stock blocks back in
 
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Originally Posted by zabeard
that is a good 7" higher than my truck right now.

assuming this picture is with the 37s mounted



ya thats with the 37s
 
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Originally Posted by HighRollerII
what are the specs on those springs..like lift wise..

arnt the stock waggy springs like a 6" spring..

what would those be rated at?

you do know these are for the rear.

so im not sure how you are comparing them to the waggys, those are used in the front.

he is using coils in the front.
 
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Originally Posted by Big04Ranger
these springs alone are prob 8" lift for a ranger.. i still have the chevy shackles installed. and now the stock blocks back in

yea i figured around 8ish maybe 9. you get about 3 out of stock chevys and these are 5.5" lift springs for a chevy.
 
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