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Old 09-16-2009
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but the lean is on the side of the gas tank
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i was wondering if i want more of a pre-runner suspension. should i do the expo spring and shackle swap
then just take a leaf out so its softer like a pre-runner?
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yours prob opens all the way tho lol
if its on with the tire on the inside, it swings out pretty far. If its mounted with the tire hanging out, it dont swing very far at all.


most rangers have a little lean to the drivers side. you could try swapping your springs from left to right, as the drivers spring usually gets slightly flatter over time.
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if its on with the tire on the inside, it swings out pretty far. If its mounted with the tire hanging out, it dont swing very far at all.


most rangers have a little lean to the drivers side. you could try swapping your springs from left to right, as the drivers spring usually gets slightly flatter over time.
yeah this is like 4 in of lean
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have you checked the leafs yet? maybe you snapped a couple
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have you checked the leafs yet? maybe you snapped a couple
i cant see any thing visual im going to clean it good tomorrow and take a look at it
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hey guys i need a little help

my dad bought some fiberglass Baja fenders about a year ago
and he hasnt used them at all and they are just collecting dirt, so i was woundering if you guys could help me out in comeing up with a good argument on why he should let me put them on my truck saying as they fit.

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because it'd make your truck sexier? end of argument. victory.
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i wish it would be that easy
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You could always go put a couple nice dingers in yours lol
truck looks good though.
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thanks
and thats not a bad idea!
might put a lil wheel rub on it lol
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any one else have any ideas?
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just try to cut your fenders for more wheel clearance and totally mess it up haha
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ok ill do that
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just to make sure 98 fenders wont fit on a 95 splash and visa versa will they?
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any body?
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well i might be getting some new fenders!
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well bad news..... the fenders that my dad has wont fit my truck.... so if any one has any that will fit a 98 PLEASE let me know because i must have pissed my drunk friend off last night because there is a nice lil foot print in mine now

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hey guys

sorry i haven't posted any pics up lately on my progress, haven't really been able to work on it all that much

the only progress i have to show for is i primed everything

and sence i got a new camera last night i thought i would test it out on my truck

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let me know what you think!

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man i love your truck, what did you do with your flares though?
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progess report! current pics ect!
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