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sick ride...one day mine will look like that =(..what lift are you running? or did you fab it yourself?....im looking for a lift for my 95
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sick ride...one day mine will look like that =(..what lift are you running? or did you fab it yourself?....im looking for a lift for my 95

I wouldn't call it so much a lift but rather a preformance offroad suspension. a company called Blitzkrieg motorsports. ie sticker on the front of the hood. built it my truck is the prototype kit and it think its pretty much dialed in.
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nice....."performance offroad suspension"very well put....how much did it cost?
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nice....."performance offroad suspension"very well put....how much did it cost?
more than 2'gs but less than 5g's
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if you go with billet color match it with a powdercoat.


oh, and congratulations you lucky, lucky man. hows the married life going
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damn how did i not find this thread sooner! i first saw your truck and the mid travel on DR and have been waiting to hear how the testing is all going, and when they are gonna be released! and the 35s fit with no problem? i was thinking 33s whenever i got the kit but dam 35s would be sweet! and your truck is now the same color as mine so ya im all excited now since i know what it will look like haha cept i wont have a cage in mine for a few years lol.
could ya get me a picture of your front shocks? id like to see what mods had to be done if any to fit the 2.0 shock...
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SWEET!!!
i love it
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ok here is a simi crappy pic I can take a better one.

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ok, so I went out and took a few more pics. I have a new lower arm its got a HEX pocket insted of the old round style.
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i bet, that it can take one hell of a beaten for jumps
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i bet, that it can take one hell of a beaten for jumps
it holds its own
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so what do you guys think about getting my upper, lower, spindle , and tie rods Zink coated rather than powder coating?
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i say do the zink =D and the Hex=Sexy
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SIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIICK but you need Kings, they make you faster.
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lookin good man, but for the grill, i say get a black billet grille. if anything, flat black
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that is a hot looking truck man.
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im in awe...sick effing truck
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and here is a MOCK up of after....

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also coming to a ranger near you, or rather me hehe.

the 4 lights on my light bar are getting upgraded to HID boooyeah



What you get:

2 High Quality Xenon HID Bulb

2 Water-Resistant HID Ballast with Built-In Igniter

2 Secure Mounting Ballast Sockets

1 Illustrated Installation Manual



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Ballast built in Starter/igniter
Power consumption: 35watts
Voltage: 85V +/- 17V
Service Life: 3000hrs +
Input Voltage: 9V-16V
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Ignition voltage: 23kV Peak Max -18kV Peak Min
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SIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIICK but you need Kings, they make you faster.
screw kings. I rock sox's or faw's ahaha sway away and fox mixed
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lookin good man, but for the grill, i say get a black billet grille. if anything, flat black
I think I may leave it as it is, and mount 2 more hella rallye 4000's behind the grille so I'll have 4 HID pencils up top and 2 Euro beams pointing to the side and ground in front of me.
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looking good
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hey thanks man its a work in progress much like any project. I dont have cash to drop and build it all at once, but it works well for what its got.
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a work in progress really turns out better in the end anyway, instead of buyin everything at once. thats kinda what ive relaized. you pick out each part yourself, you learn more about it, and i dunno, its just better i think. truck is lookin good man, id love to have a truck set up for the stuff in AZ and CA. maybe one day haha
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a work in progress really turns out better in the end anyway, instead of buyin everything at once. thats kinda what ive relaized. you pick out each part yourself, you learn more about it, and i dunno, its just better i think. truck is lookin good man, id love to have a truck set up for the stuff in AZ and CA. maybe one day haha

a truck like mine would preform well anywhere. we can go slow and climb hills. we can tackle mud holes if need be. travel through water and bomb down dirt roads and or forest trails
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that looks great man! love it. you should make more threads so i catch this stuff more often!

either way looks great! keep it up.

so why are you moving your tires around in the bed? weight distribution?
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