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Looks good. Apparently a dash cam is required equipment in midland these days lol.
For sure, I tried with my gopro for awhile but it really isn't great for that. I've missed a lot of good stuff from all these idiots driving around

Tires are on, lift is ordered

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Lift is on. Much better ride than stock

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Lift is on. Much better ride than stock

Looks good, now you need some more pokey outey rims or wider tires or something. I like the height.. suits it for sure.
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looks mean! nice work
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Looks good, now you need some more pokey outey rims or wider tires or something. I like the height.. suits it for sure.
Nah, I'm not into that bro look & aftermarket wheels make them look that way to me.

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looks mean! nice work
Thanks man.

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be do'n some serious king ranch'n with those bad boys
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Looks great!
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be do'n some serious king ranch'n with those bad boys
The ride on and off road is significantly better. Has me wondering how well the 2.5 Fox shocks would have been.
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What did the lift involve in the rear?
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What did the lift involve in the rear?
6 leaf add a pack, you take out the stock overloads and replace. They have complete replacement leafs but those lower your payload.
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Truck looks amazing! Are you running 20s? Almost looks like 18s. I like that look. I always liked my 6.4 with just 35s and no lift.

What type of job sites are you working on?
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Oh and the ranger is still alive
at least your ranger is still running! looks good bud.
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btw you need to get some projectors from plainansimple

He installs dual projectors in your stock housings. Ive seen some great looking setups on the KR trucks. He paints the housing white as well if you want.

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Truck looks amazing! Are you running 20s? Almost looks like 18s. I like that look. I always liked my 6.4 with just 35s and no lift.

What type of job sites are you working on?
Yes they are 20's. The majority of our work is done on drilling sites. Most for oil. We some production work but not a lot.

I haven't been a fan of some of the projectors I've seen but these look amazing
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I also installed some amp research side steps on both sides
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at least your ranger is still running! looks good bud.
That 20 miles I put on it that night was the most in probably over a year lol

Hey Ryan, when was the last time ole red moved

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This truck rules. I like that stuff gets added to it and that the truck actually does work, unlike those clowns that have their parents buy them a diesel with a 10 foot lift and 80" tires just to pound pavement and roll coal with truck nuts the size of a smart car hanging from the back.
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This truck rules. I like that stuff gets added to it and that the truck actually does work, unlike those clowns that have their parents buy them a diesel with a 10 foot lift and 80" tires just to pound pavement and roll coal with truck nuts the size of a smart car hanging from the back.
Lol, thanks. I see plenty of those.
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What are the steps activated by? Can you lower them without a door being open?
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That 20 miles I put on it that night was the most in probably over a year lol

Hey Ryan, when was the last time ole red moved
It's been over a year. I can't remember exactly, but I actually took the day off work today to see if I could get it started. If I can get it running I'm going to bite the bullet and re-do the steering.
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It's been over a year. I can't remember exactly, but I actually took the day off work today to see if I could get it started. If I can get it running I'm going to bite the bullet and re-do the steering.
That's the spirit lol. I keep mine on a trickle charger.

I'm driving to ruidoso today. Hopefully they don't get too much snow before I get there. Doesn't look bad yet.
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