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^^^ i am the other way around on that issue
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John i'll check some out at the J-yard. I should get some anyways so they line up better with my 95 tailgate. But it really doesnt bother me since its going to be a trail truck

Before i put gas in the tank and hook the lines up i think i might order the shackle flip kit for the rear while i can still remove the tank easy to get at the rivets holding the stock ones on.
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Like I said, I don't really know why 87-91 tails bother me, but they do.

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i got this number to great Hospital where they can take care of you. just let me know




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HAHA

thats funny andy
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that FSB is awesome, and the rear clearence looks like i could walk under it. what size lift and tires do you have on it?
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Its just a 4" lift with 35's but it looks bigger than that in person its weird. And yeah i can sit on the ground under it withou hitting anything.
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Its just a 4" lift with 35's but it looks bigger than that in person its weird. And yeah i can sit on the ground under it withou hitting anything.
it deff looks bigger than that in the pics. especially with the f150 gas tank.
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Like I said, I don't really know why 87-91 tails bother me, but they do.

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theres a 93ish f250 running around town here that one of the tails looks like it came off an 85 lol ... cheap ***.
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Ha, my Bronco looks smaller and its got a bigger lift... the lack of bumpers may be what causes that illusion.

Cool Idea with the gas tank swap.
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thanks, yeah that and the cut fenders. Progress has been slow but it will be a winter project to work on. we are building an extra garage bay that will be heated so it will make a great space for it, or the ranger heh
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well i sold it. i wanted to keep my projects to the new bike and go back to working on my ranger. The ranger needs some work and i think i want to start mod'n it again. It was hard to let it go but i got a good price for it. I sold it to a couple guys who really liked it and made a pefect project for them so that was good. I will get another bronco in the future but i think i'm stuck on getn an early bronco next.

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Kind of sad to hear... but at least you haven't sold the Ranger yet. I think you should go B2 for your next project. Those things look awesome jacked up.
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Too bad. It looked like it was turning out nice.

What do you have planned for the Ranger?
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That sux man. I personally can't see letting my FSB go (unless I have another FSB lined up). I love those things.
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