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here are my front fenders, Im really unsure about the shark grill, it was a 'suprise' when I picked them up. My friends all say keep it there but im strongly leaning towards filling them, all opinions are welcome


where do you get fenders like this? and do they make them for a 94? link would b nice thanks....and btw sickkkkkkkkkkkkk *** truck dude
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Thanks man, I got mine from McNeil racing but there is also glassworksunlimited.com and fiberwerx, they all make them in different shapes and sizes for all year rangers
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thanks man these are baddd my truck dosent have half the nuts urs does but i think it would look good im going more 4 a mudder.....
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the faces every makes when they find out this isint a update on ur truck and me rambling....priceless :P
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Looks huge!! Time for 37's!
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I think I just drooled on my keyboard... lol.
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Yea.. The 35's do actually look small now but I don't want my poor hubs and steering rack to have to go through that much more torture haha
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I actually think it looks perfect with 35's. Although who can pass up 37's? lol
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Any front bumper plans?
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I'll probably copy the one Dixon offers
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did you cycle the suspension with the shocks on with out coils? kinda interested in your max up travel and droop
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you'd want to stay at 35's..unless you want to not be able to use the 4k in suspesion travel. you''l be perfect and probably not rub at all at full bump with that lift on. I had to remove quite a bit of innner fender to get mine to full bump with 35's.
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I have it bumped and strapped at just 12" right now but I'll gain another 1- 1.5" when I get my hydro bumps
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Yea no way would I consider 37's looks perfect on 35's :p
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not much of an update but my rear shocks came in, will be re-valved and installed this weekend
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the truck is badass...
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subscribed for sure, sick hybrid lol

also, prior to the new Fox's in the rear what is the setup? stock axle with just the superlift stuff and ranchos?
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subscribed for sure, sick hybrid lol

also, prior to the new Fox's in the rear what is the setup? stock axle with just the superlift stuff and ranchos?
shackles, a 2.5'' block on top of the stock block and ranchos off a brand new f450 lol rear fox's still arent on, waiting for parts!
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ohh and the axle is stock for now and will get 2.5'' spacers when my bedsides come in, will be trussed and plenty strong for what I do

Annnnnd I have polished KMC enduro's on the way too with a 5'' backspace to pull the wheels in another inch so I stop getting hassled by cops (3 times now)
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Three times already!? How far do they stick out now?
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Three times already!? How far do they stick out now?
only 3/4'' but im also driving around with no front bumper and a cracked windsheild, the truck already stands out more than a dodge viper so making it legal has become important
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I can see the bumper for sure... around here I've never had a problem with my tires sticking out. Now that I say that I'm sure it'll happen though. lol
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shackles, a 2.5'' block on top of the stock block and ranchos off a brand new f450 lol rear fox's still arent on, waiting for parts!
what you need is a set of deavers. But to retain the lift look you want and not the dropped rear of most desert trucks. Just dont do a flipped shackle, the springs have a larger arch and without a flipped shackle I would think it would keep you up around where you want to be and you can get rid of the nasty blocks!
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Ahh I was reading that deavers added 2" of lift stock and 0" with a flipped shackle? Either way I'll get my ride height one way or another :p
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Andy, what backspace where your latest wheels? You had a 6" flare right?
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