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We do need group shots man! We really need to get all the boys from CO together all of our rangers are sick!

Chuck and James____________________you guys can come but we will have to park your rigs somewhere in the distant background
Yeah, we can't have our full size trucks making yours look bad
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Very nice man! Its been cool to see your truck change, I like now better than before haha
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Very nice man! Its been cool to see your truck change, I like now better than before haha
Lol I like now much better than before as well. Its IMO very clean and everything flows really well
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Why is there a power cord hanging from your bumper? Its in the one with a closeup of Front Drivers side towerds the end
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BUMP GET THAT OUT B4 YOU DRIVE
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BUMP GET THAT OUT B4 YOU DRIVE
LOL, relax. Its his block heater cord. He usually has it tied around the tow hook
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oh sorry im from bama its 90 degrees here
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Oh yeah, and Ory is it just me or does your rear axle location look like its sitting a bit too far back? Could be the angle of the pic...or it might have to do with the new shackles
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oh sorry im from bama its 90 degrees here
No worries man. It gets real cold here in Greeley during the winter.
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Took long enough. Haha. Looks good. Will look really good when you get the other rims over.
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Took long enough. Haha. Looks good. Will look really good when you get the other rims over.
Yea once I get them all re polished up I will switch them over. And I agree it took me far to long to get off my butt and get pictures up.

So far I am stoked! the truck is coming out great!
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I really dont think you know how much more you will enjoy your truck once you get your wheels on it.

I know that when I get a new mod, once its installed I like my truck alot better and I can then enjoy it more.
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I really dont think you know how much more you will enjoy your truck once you get your wheels on it.

I know that when I get a new mod, once its installed I like my truck alot better and I can then enjoy it more.
Oh the new wheels will really set it off and put it where I want it. Gotta take the time to polish them up before I install them though!!!

Will be nasty though
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looks good. i just joined the 3 inch body lift club this weekend as well.
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looks good. i just joined the 3 inch body lift club this weekend as well.
How did your install go man.... Mine took 15 hours got it done in a day
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well we started at around 1030 yesterday morning and finished around 8 last night. wasnt bad time seems we had two rangers and basicly swapped body lifts. my 1 inch for his 3. so we had twice the work to do. good thing was both trucks were done less than a year ago so we didnt have any trouble with body mount bolts being rusted in place.
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well we started at around 1030 yesterday morning and finished around 8 last night. wasnt bad time seems we had two rangers and basicly swapped body lifts. my 1 inch for his 3. so we had twice the work to do. good thing was both trucks were done less than a year ago so we didnt have any trouble with body mount bolts being rusted in place.
Yea man my body mounting bolts were rusted in pretty bad so that for sure made it a lot harder. And at least you both have done a BL before so you had a good idea of how do go about it.

Glad you got it done man
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Your truck came along way. It looks awesome. can't wait to see it with the pro comps on it.
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OH! and PLEASEEEEEE. Remove that plastic junk under the radiator. Cleans up the look emensely.
What do you mean? the plastic skid plate thing? Mine is still on after the bl should I take it off? Doesn't it protect the rad from flying rocks and such?
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What do you mean? the plastic skid plate thing? Mine is still on after the bl should I take it off? Doesn't it protect the rad from flying rocks and such?
I think he is just sayin it looks like hell hangin down like it does. With the BL installed it wont hurt to take it off everything should still be protected.

I am going to ditch mine here when I get the time to get my tools out
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I saw the truck last night in person. **** looks real legit.
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I saw the truck last night in person. **** looks real legit.
Thanks Jake, The other wheels will make it dominate all things son!!! haha
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so, the plastic guard thing.... its fine and safe to have it off? I think it looks like crap too on my truck, I just don't want my radiator being broken by flying rocks. Does the shield really do anything? Shane?
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Of course it serves a purpose. It protects the radiator.
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so its worth it to keep it on?
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