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Old 12-02-2007
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I wouldn't lower it anymore, I think it looks perfect the way it sits now.
i agree. for a nice DD, it is a good look/ride.

thanks!
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Nice looking ride, Love the color of that thing. What is the color?
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i believe it is called pacific green metallic
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Looks good Gumby, what rims are those?
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update your avy.
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rims are american racing "atlas" IIRC. 17x8 and powder coated anthracite.



whats wrong with my avatar?
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its OLD!
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i THINK THAT IS AN AWESOME, THAT THE MOUNTAINEER HAS COME SO FAR...LOOKS GOOD MAN.
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Old 04-15-2008
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update time!

i put a roush airbox on the truck a few weeks back. it is nice, and got me a pretty consistent 1mpg gain.
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i had to mod it to fit the larger MAF housing on my 5.0
no installed pics, but it looks like everyone elses roush airbox
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and since no one seems interested in buyin it, i may as well keep moddin.....installed a set of 12" front brakes today.

knuckles from an 04 ranger
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rotor differences, 12" on the left
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knuckle difference, 12" behind
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and the before/after
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not a ZOMFG difference, but definitley noticeable and well worth it on a 4000lb truck.
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Very Nice!
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sweet. i wondered when you were going to install those.

guess it was a week ago. lol
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yes, yes it was.

now that the pads are good and bedded in, im really liking these 12" brakes. actually had a "panic" stop that im not sure the 11 inchers would have gotten me whoa'd down in time for, but these did.
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notice that much difference huh?
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Are those 12" brakes off a ranger? Looks Nice!!
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03.5+ rangers and 02-05 sport tracs had the 12" brakes, and thanks!

yes i notice the difference, but i tend to be really brake sensitive. i love havin ALOT of brake.
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good brakes are always good to have, im lacking brakes now. hopefully my new setup stops.

Whats next cobra rotors?
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Whats next cobra rotors?
im sure sometime in the future this truck will have 13" brakes, yes...

for the time being, the 12" setup is a great bang for the buck, hold me over.
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if you do the cobra rotors, be sure to let us know whats involved. I would love to do that myself.
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