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Yep! Good eye rear a arm bracehttp://
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I agree. I'm glad I quit smoking whatever I was smoking when I changed everything. SOOOO glad I bought a new valance instead of painting this one.
You leaving the flares off?
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I agree. I'm glad I quit smoking whatever I was smoking when I changed everything. SOOOO glad I bought a new valance instead of painting this one.
Must've been all the dip fumes.
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Yep! Good eye rear a arm brace
I remember when one of the prerunner companies was making them based on dimensions you sent in. I wish I had bought or made a brace before I bent my passenger side rear control arm bracket. It's still on my to-do list.
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You leaving the flares off?
No, one is white and the other three are still black. I have absolutely no motivation to paint them again, so I'm weighing my options. Might seek out quotes to have them professionally painted, but I'm sure that'll cost more than I want to spend on them.
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got my lift shackles in in like 30 minutes. one of the easiest things I've ever done to a truck. just need bigger wheels...looks like i took some tires off a Hot Wheel car lol

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Haven't been on in a while. Everybody's trucks are looking great. A lot of the same trucks around with a lot of changes. 01rangeredge, that truck looks great. I like that big wheel look, and something different looks great on a ranger.
Here's my latest.

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It's good to see your truck out and about again Ryan. Now we just need some wheeling pics!
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Projects are so easy on a vehicle with zero rust haha

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Zero back talk from rust eh? haha
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Went camping and fishing with the wife this weekend. Brought home five trout.
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Went camping and fishing with the wife this weekend. Brought home five trout.
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Yep! Good eye rear a arm bracehttp://
I asked about one a year or two ago and have a feeling I'm at the point where the sagging has happened and I dunno if this would cause more harm than good
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I asked about one a year or two ago and have a feeling I'm at the point where the sagging has happened and I dunno if this would cause more harm than good
This wouldn't really do anything for sagging. This is more about protecting from lateral forces.
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I asked about one a year or two ago and have a feeling I'm at the point where the sagging has happened and I dunno if this would cause more harm than good
what do you mean by sagging? this brace keeps the rear A arm pockets from bending in or out on the frame from harsh impacts.
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By sagging I think he means movement of the two mounts inward from hard hits. And Morris even if they have moved I'd still run one to prevent more lateral movement
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