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How do you like the millermatic 212? Did you get it at national welders over on dorchester?

I have a millermatic 130 and have been thinking of upgrading lately.
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bout damn time.
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haha this thread is going to be a good guessing thread -- ill post pics of stuff as parts come in -- axles and tires will be the next thing went to order tires but place was out

but going to suck being in LA when i wanna work on it but ill get my girl to take pics of the parts as they come in!
id like to take a guess at it. lol
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brice SHHH!

Ryan -- i actually havent used it yet i gotta get a bottle, wire, and hook up the 220 i got it at praxair on ashley phosphate we got an account there at work so i got this thing for a nice price -- you need to make a trip over and see it once i get stuff under it

zach -- right now the loop hasnt been bent since you took the last bender durr! haha
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bout damn time like chris said....hehe i kno whats going on :)
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nice.....
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ive ordered my toyota steering box, the 3 fittings that go inside of that -- and some misc stuff from ballistic fabrication im waiting for a payment from a side job then ill order my axle and tires just gotta figure out the wheels
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So, does SAS stand for spring axle swap? Sorry, but I'm a noob
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SAS = solid axle swap
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SAS = solid axle swap
Doh! I'm an idiot!
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HighRollerII =

SFA FTW.
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So will you actually take it off the street after it has a solid axle? or is this so you can fit bigger rims?

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So will you actually take it off the street after it has a solid axle? or is this so you can fit bigger rims?

no the lifts just so he can put 30 inch rims
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So will you actually take it off the street after it has a solid axle? or is this so you can fit bigger rims?



haha nice one man, keeping the same size wheel just bigger tires (:

so you can figure out whether or not it will stay on the roads or trails..

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haha nice one man, keeping the same size wheel just bigger tires (:

so you can figure out whether or not it will stay on the roads or trails..

i figured it out, once a street queen, always a street queen!
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i figured it out, once a street queen, always a street queen!


and i dont see a problem with that
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i think the name of that little thing needs to be changed from afro to Evan.
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So will you actually take it off the street after it has a solid axle? or is this so you can fit bigger rims?

I was wondering the same thing....
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worked a little on the truck started cutting the front IFS off no pics there and got little work on the fuel cell done

ive got 4 packages on the way -- ordering the axle and tires on friday

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stack of dimes man!! hah

gotta order all my stuff to hook up the cell so i can get that in so i can crank up the truck while im gone



*****also might as well say what im going to run so i can make this thread controversial

might as well list what im planning to run so i can get some "help"


I am going to be running an 2002 Ford Superduty HP dana 60 running 5.38 gears with a rear Sterling 10.50 from the same 2002 Superduty running a 4 link with coilovers on 46s on 20s -- divorce transfer case -- im not going to run the normal highsteer drag link steering im going to attempt to do a custom set up to get rid of the draglink running hydro assist -- thats all i can think of from here i dunno what kind of 20s yet but they will be a 20x14 or so on 46" michelin XMLs

so people can say what they want to say yes im going big but thats what i want --
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Hell yea, finally someone building a BIG truck! I like your ideas, can't wait to see it. I've only seen one other ranger on 40's and up, and it was a mud truck...had 40 something tall baja claws. Yellow truck...
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Didnt Ryan Moran's ranger have tires larger then 40 inches at one time?
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Hell yea, finally someone building a BIG truck! I like your ideas, can't wait to see it. I've only seen one other ranger on 40's and up, and it was a mud truck...had 40 something tall baja claws. Yellow truck...
x2 i cant wait to see if my jaw dropped when you said such a big tire it will look good with those 20s also
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Yea, ryan ran 42's...but like I said his was a mud truck...he ran the **** out of it!
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hell ya, go big or go home. 46s, I like your style! lol
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I can't wait to see this starting to take shape. I'm defn gonna have to see it once its done.
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