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Just got done detailing the ranger(56K beware)

just got done detailing the ranger and thought i'd take some pictures and ***** it out a little

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Nice. You cant beat Bleach White on BFGs. A little hard on wheels though, have to work fast.
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where i can i find that bleach white. i love white letting out just hate cleaning them
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where i can i find that bleach white. i love white letting out just hate cleaning them
any auto parts store/walmart should have it...just make sure you work fast when using it
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Im jealous...how do you keep your seats so clean, what do you clean them with...mine look good but the next day look like crap
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just vacuum them on a regular basis and only have drinks with lids in my truck
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crank bars now.
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crank bars now.
i've been thinking about it...kind of a noob when it comes to that...how much will that lift my front end...BTW i have #1 bars
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Close to 2 inches.
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How does that flowmaster sound?
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damn good for a v6
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Nice looking truck!
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ya crank the bars then it will look like mine. I still cant belive how shiny you got those rims
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ya crank the bars then it will look like mine.
might do that this weekend...what tools do you need?

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I still cant belive how shiny you got those rims
lol thats all from buying a powerball lol
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a racket and socket dont remember the size, Just remember the amount of turns you do so you can do both evenly
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i think i might have jacked it up in the front too but i dont remember
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