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Adam did it -- he doesnt make the mounts tho, he made me a type that would work but man it stuck it out FAR so i chopped like 6" off the frame and welded on new tabs and brackets..i think paid like 650 to get mine on..its a good beefy big bulky but nice bumper..its what i wanted!
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i dont read those threads so how would i know... good thing we dont have state inspections
looks like you should now.. that way you could answer your own questions. regardless if he tells you in here or not. A tad threadnoobish



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Looks awesome? What do you think the main limiting factor is? Just curious, though you would be able to stuff the front up a lil higher, can't tell if the coils are stacked etc.

Good job though!
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Limiting factor for what? It looks like everything is pretty good to me.
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looks good man
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Looks damn good!
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awsome. i liked the truck the way it was though. you should go back to the stock bumpers and your other wheels. imo.
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nice flex
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awsome. i liked the truck the way it was though. you should go back to the stock bumpers and your other wheels. imo.
All that is gone. LOL He got rid of it all.
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Looks awesome? What do you think the main limiting factor is? Just curious, though you would be able to stuff the front up a lil higher, can't tell if the coils are stacked etc.

Good job though!
he probably could go a little further, the rear driver tire is still on the gound. but there's no sense in possibly flipping it in a parking lot for bragging rights.

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awsome. i liked the truck the way it was though. you should go back to the stock bumpers and your other wheels. imo.
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I understand that, but it looks like the front still has a ton left... my truck has a ton of flex left in it when it maxes out, but mine is a combo of shocks/rad arm set up, and was wondering if his is hindered, cause that could be all he could get.
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we could of went higher just was happy with what we had

Chris -- i was going to get a quote on the arms, had em on the side of the house cuz they were wet from when i hosed em down and the next day GONE, somebody stole them, along with a set of spare wheels i had in the backyard..the didnt touch the D60s tho i guess moving a 500 pound axle wasnt in there list of things to do..

so i have no more arms for you man, sorry bout that..atleast money wasnt exchanged yet..
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Dang man that sucks, sorry to hear that, hopefully the thieves get caught before they steal bigger and more expensive things from people! Really sorry to hear about that!

Truck looks great though
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yea im glad i didnt have the train horns laying out or anything else..

sorry bout it man..

and thanks everybody bout the truck im so glad to get it back..

big thanks to Zach too!
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http://www.custom4x4fabrication.com/...ord_ranger.htm

Thats who made his bumper, jimmyd1050's and sea-bass.

There is no mounting hardware and it is not painted. They run just over $500 shipped. And probably about another $50 to $200 to get it on the truck. Between paint, powdercoat whatever you want and mounting brackets. Providing you can weld and have the supplies.
thats ridiculous. i can get a similar bumper custom made and mounted for 400 up in reno.

damn.
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Truck looks real good, but those wheels and tires just look dinky after your last set.
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looking good evan I haven't been on the forums in awhile so this is the first time i have seen it finished
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looking good evan I haven't been on the forums in awhile so this is the first time i have seen it finished
heck yea man busted *** on it right after christmas just got it done in time..i leave a week from today!
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That really sucks about the stolen stuff. Gotta hate thieves!!


Truck's looking great!!
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Now thats a way to test full flex
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wow man pulling out all the old stuff
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