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Old 10-20-2012
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Took truck out to the mtns...really need some more uptravel in the coilovers...but that project is in the works for march...go up to midtravel arms and extended axles...
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Got my electric gremlins sorted so all my lights work...finished moddin the brackets on my bull bar to move it up with my modded valance, have a fullsize spare under the bed and got an expo roof rack mounted
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I would get matching heads and ditch the bull bar but thats me. Looks good though!
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I wanna do the headlight mod but my lenses are cracking so I may get new lights and just do the corners and im lookin at 06 mirrors and an rci skid plate while I wait for btf to build my new cpntrol as, axles, and tie rods
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*control arms
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Like the skid plates. Whats it off of?
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Its an 01 4x4 ranger fuel tank skid that I sanded down and bed lined
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I dont u understand your front suspension are you doing upper and lower extended control arms?
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Brandon at BTF is building a sorta mid travel kit for me. Extending the axles and tubular upper arms and boxed lowers but only 3" wider per side.
We have narrow trails for offroading so I didnt want to go way wide
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Hows that led bar you got up front? Would you recommend it?
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Ohh ok thatll be cool. The led is great!
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Old 12-01-2012
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Ya it will be cant wait to get it all installed on the truck with glass and some 33s tucked in there....can you post some output shots if u have any?..i may get a 40" sometime amd mount it off the roof rack
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Got my rci skid mounted up....had to drill and tap from holes....no more worryin bout the radiator
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Old 12-06-2012
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Removed step bars...looks clean without them...gonna find some time and maybe do the headlight mod and deal with my lenses
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Those rims kill the look IMO. They look... almost tacky.
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Old 12-07-2012
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Ya I kinda wish id waited on rims....tryin to chose between method standards or double standards in black
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Ran into a little problem runnin my kcs thru a really to a factory switch. I keep blowin fuses when I hook to a key on wire or lights wont turn on. What wire should I tap into so they come on with the switch and not blow fuses
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Brandon at BTF is building a sorta mid travel kit for me. Extending the axles and tubular upper arms and boxed lowers but only 3" wider per side.
We have narrow trails for offroading so I didnt want to go way wide
will you need new coil overs?
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I plan on usin mine till I get shock hopes...brandon said the coilovers would work with factory shock mounts
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Just have to use the limit straps so I dont over extend my shocks
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if you ever want to get rid of them, shoot me a pm
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Stainless j hooks on way, scored a welder for christmas..gonna get some rock sliders next month...lookin for a new hd diff cover if someones got good ideas with fill and drain plug...and lookin at 06+ mirrors
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cant go wrong with ruffstuff. ----in beefy! takes something bigger than a 30-06 to get through this so a rock aint gonna do ****.. heres mine.
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Can ruff stuff add a drainplug? How much it cost you
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they all come as seen above.
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