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Old 06-26-2009
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My dad and i decided we are going to build our front deck with logs so we had to get some little trees.
this actually had my leaf springs frowning not that i blame them and on top of that made my drive shaft joint rub on my muffler good thing i hade to take my new tires off cuz it would of took allot more trips.
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WOW! I bet that thing was a ***** to steer! surprised the 7.5 didn't snap!
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WOW! I bet that thing was a ***** to steer! surprised the 7.5 didn't snap!

surprisingly it wasnt that hard but i only had to drive down the street about 300 yards and the axle seem to of held up just fine these trucks sure can take a beaten and then go back for more.
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Nice dude. Looking good.
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Its not hard to steer theres no weight on the front end

I had the frame of the ranger resting on the axle many of times lol
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Can't say as I would have done it like that but cool.
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I hope you treat your Ranger to a nice good washing and waxing to make up for all it's hard work.
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I hope you treat your Ranger to a nice good washing and waxing to make up for all it's hard work.
ya bad thing is i just washed and waxed it about a week ago and just gave it a quick wash 2 days ago i can never keep it clean.but i will wash her again soon
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It's the little truck that could........LOL
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lol front tires were almost off the ground.
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lol u need to make some weelies now nad post the pics/vids lol!

nice pics btw
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lol u need to make some weelies now nad post the pics/vids lol!

nice pics btw
thought about it but figured it wouldnt be that smart with that load since all i heard driving down the street was a load clank from the drivshaft hiting the muffler.
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I can't believe you even attempted to drive that much weight around. Not saying you shouldn't, just that I would've been freaking out trying to get it home.

Neat idea for the deck.
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I can't believe you even attempted to drive that much weight around. Not saying you shouldn't, just that I would've been freaking out trying to get it home.

Neat idea for the deck.
what steering we just leened
but no it wasnt that bad even going across this one very small ditch and mud holes
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