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Bl done. Pictures. Going in go move up that rear bumber now.

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Looks sweet. Do you have any bigger tires in mind.
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some day down the road.
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Truck looks great! Tires look perfect, now the rims and headlights though, lol


Great stuff!
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looks good now time for bigger tires
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Looks good. I think the tire size is perfect.
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Awesome, but one recommendation, Gap Guards! Otherwise, I'm really starting to like the direction it's going.
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Seeing your truck raised like that really makes me want to do a bl. How long did it take? You have shackles and cranked t-bars right?
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nice man, hows it ride?
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Looks good i think the tires and rims that are on there now look great.
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Boooo, take it off.

SL FTW!
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Boooo, take it off.

SL FTW!
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Gap guards are good.
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Seeing your truck raised like that really makes me want to do a bl. How long did it take? You have shackles and cranked t-bars right?
Cranked bars no shackles. and like 8 hours for everything by myself.

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nice man, hows it ride?
Like stock. Lol it feels so much higher.

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Gap guards are good.
I am thinking how I can make some I dont really want to use that weatherguard stuff.
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Boooo, take it off.

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Boooo, take it off.

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use both and 35s
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use both and 35s
I have to many miles for a suspension lift to be worth it.
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Looks good. Fix that bumper and it'll be golden.
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I have to many miles for a suspension lift to be worth it.
There is no such thing as too many miles.
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I just noticed that you have your own ranger forum site.
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Truck looks good
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I love it the tires are the perfect size at least IMO, I hate that cramped look.. Mine are about that same size gap and it looks great.
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Boooo small tires!!! Haha looks good. I would go get some 33's if i were you.
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Boooo small tires!!! Haha looks good. I would go get some 33's if i were you.
I might look a little better but I dont know why every one says it looks small. I dont think it dose.
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