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ya im at about 35 right now, im just going to keep them here and see how there wearing, if it gets noticeable ill go down to 30 or so, i really dont want to get 15x10's i hate them
I ran 15psi in my rear tires, but i have a ton less weight than you do in the back..

35 is way high, i would go to like 30 and 25 rear? and see where the contact patch is then.
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holy crap man that looks awesome. The truck is huge! Damn i need to get out of mass and go somewhere where I AM allowed to lift it
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Dude that thing is huge, if it gets to tall for ya ill trade you my truck for it! haha
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the pics still do not do it justice. and everyone that is double lifted and running 35's need to get 37's. that things is a monster for a ranger.
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Thanks everyone I'm loving it I can care less about mpg lol even though I'm getting over 15 which isn't to bad for a lifted truck on 37's on my opinion.

I plan on undercoating once the sliders are on so I can paint everything all at once.

And I haven't done the shifter yet but I just need to put the other piece I have for it drilled put and weld it on
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Not my cup of tea.
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SHUT IT!!!!

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So how much total lift are you sitting on now... and how did you accomplish this double lift?
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So how much total lift are you sitting on now... and how did you accomplish this double lift?
Suspension lift (I am going to venture a guess and say it's either a 3", 4" or 6" suspension lift) and a body lift is how you double lift.
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But what is double about it?
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It is both a suspension and a body lift....so theres 2 lifts=double
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oh gotcha... I was wondering cus it looks huge with those 37s
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Look great man loving bigg blue lol

lol whats double bout it lol
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What are you going to do for tow hooks?

Don't cut that sexy valance!!
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looks great! i like it.
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what kind of MPG you getting -- got gears or anything? speedo correct?
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I think I'm close to 5 in the front with the superlift and about 6 in the back than the body lift. I'm getting around 15 mixed with no speedo calibration so it may be higher. I still have the 4.10's. Jimmeh I see where a lifted ford may scare you away
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And idk what I am going to do about towhooks hAven't got that far in the thinking process
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Are your t-bars maxed?
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Damn, that looks insane. The tires look even bigger too since you've got black wheels. You got a trans temp gauge?
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Damn, that looks insane. The tires look even bigger too since you've got black wheels. You got a trans temp gauge?
My bars are sagging alot but ya there maxed

And no trans temp Gage idk if I want to know when it's gonna go
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makes me feel soo small...
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makes me feel soo small...
Good step your game up
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