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Old 06-19-2016
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Truk lewks gud. I would definitely look into something other than stacked blocks. Explorer springs, shackles or aftermarket lift springs. Explorer springs and shackles are pretty inexpensive.
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It'll probably be temporary, it's what Superlift gave to me for the rear lift.
Yea, I've always thought it was bullshit that they have you stack blocks. It works, but there are muuucccchhhhh better options.
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Truk lewks gud. I would definitely look into something other than stacked blocks. Explorer springs, shackles or aftermarket lift springs. Explorer springs and shackles are pretty inexpensive.
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Old 06-29-2016
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Here are some updated pictures of the truck after a nice clean and wax.

Updates:
*I picked up an overhead console out of a '98 Ford Explorer, and I want to put that in the ranger, but I keep putting it off because I'm scared to cut into my headliner lol, I'll get around to it..

*Realized that the wheels I bought are 16" x 8" and NOT 16" x 10" which is what I ordered, so I'm getting those exchanged in the next 2-3 weeks

Let me know what you guys think I should do next!












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Looks good! You should clean/paint the frame
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Old 06-30-2016
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sigh... i need 35s
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sigh... i need 35s
Lol I agree. Go get a set!!
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Looks good! You should clean/paint the frame
Agreed. Some high performance glossy black enamel would really clean it right up. Primer too, of course.
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