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Fall Shots By The Creek...

Well for some reason we don't have ANY snow yet..so i just went down to the creek and snapped some pics.. and some poser flex shots where i was only about 60-70% flexed.. coudln't find anything else to flex on..


















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Looking great! I've always loved your truck.
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Great looking rig.
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I love your truck! Nice and Clean and Big. I like the rollpan, not many lifted trucks rockin' that. I have been tempted to get one for mine but like the idea of having something between my tailgate and whatever there is for me to back into. haha
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man good lookin truck... i like alot and i wish i had someplace like that to take pics at here in socal...
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Yah that is an awesome truck! One day im going to have the exact same wheels!
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Thanks for the compliments guys!! Man I would I had 37's.. these 35's seem too small..
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Great looking truck man! And good pictures too!
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that would have also been a cool place for some inwater shots... next time take a partner there and get some in water
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Just SAS it already!!!
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I wanna drive through the water so bad...don't know how stable the bed of it is though... And ya...I'd love to SAS it...but for now the 11" lift on a TTB is workin for me
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sweet, nice flex
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Bro, Im not even going to Lie, I would kill to have your truck haha.. I would trade you straight up.

That TTB, its better off road than the TB setup correct?
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wait im confused.... his truck is a sas right???? and what is a TTB and a TB... also is the river that quick where is could take out the back???
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No it is NOT SAS'd. It is TTB or Twin Torsion Beam. TB is Torsion Bar
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lol im so confused.. whats the difference in SAS and TTB... to me they look the same? is TTB the factory set up for the older rangers? how can you tell the diff.
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TTB is still independent suspension. It was used on older Ford trucks. Closest you can get to a solid axle without having a solid axle.
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oh ok i see... yea cuz i was lookin at the pics and he flexes like a sas thats why i thought it was a sas... dam for these new IFS trucks.... Ford needs to go back to the older set ups like his right MEOW!!!!!!!
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Bro, Im not even going to Lie, I would kill to have your truck haha.. I would trade you straight up.

That TTB, its better off road than the TB setup correct?
Haha.. I wouldn't mind keeping this truck for a little while longer.. and I DO BELIEVE the TTB is a little better offroad.. it takes a little while to get use to how it flexes and articulates but I would way rather this setup than the new IFS setup... this is until I get a 2006 F150 and toss a 6" suspension lift on and 37" tires..
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haha yeah, i would love to get a 05 or06 F150.. But it all depends on me selling the Ranger.. which i may or may not do lol.. Maybe after a deployment or two i can afford both

one of the things i love most about your truck(cosmetic) is the grill.. where it has the 4X4 indent..
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Great shots man!!
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wait im confused.... his truck is a sas right???? and what is a TTB and a TB... also is the river that quick where is could take out the back???
i believe he meant the bed of the river, being soft (damage to the environment) or not being able to tell what he is getting into.
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i woulda been in the water... just slowly creep into it if u sink back out.... u could get some good shots like that.
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Haha.. I wouldn't mind keeping this truck for a little while longer.. and I DO BELIEVE the TTB is a little better offroad.. it takes a little while to get use to how it flexes and articulates but I would way rather this setup than the new IFS setup... this is until I get a 2006 F150 and toss a 6" suspension lift on and 37" tires..
Technically TTB is IFS... Ford was the first ones to come out with IFS front ends in 1980 it was the TTB.
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Looking great! I've always loved your truck.
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