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Old 02-14-2018
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My Current Setup

Been a while since I logged on. I think I was completely stock when I last posted. Here's my driveway crawler.





 
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31’s?
 
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Old 02-22-2018
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I really want a roof visor when I see them...

Can you give us specs on it. How you mounted, closers pictures of it...etc.

I love it.

-Nigel
 
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danggggggg thats most likely the best ranger i have seen what lift and brush guard do u have
 
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Old 02-22-2018
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Originally Posted by JPond53 View Post
31ís?
33's on 15x10s with -45mm offset.

Originally Posted by NewShockerGuy View Post
I really want a roof visor when I see them...

Can you give us specs on it. How you mounted, closers pictures of it...etc.

I love it.

-Nigel
Thanks dude. Give me a min to find another photo or two. I basically just used the included self tappers. They were some stout *******. I drilled pilot holes into the roof, used outdoor silicone and rubber washers. No leaks yet crossed fingers. It doesn't fit flush but that's because I'm a lazy bastard and got tired of sanding and test fitting. Good enough for me.

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danggggggg thats most likely the best ranger i have seen what lift and brush guard do u have
Thanks dude I appreciate the words. Kept it simple with 4" spindles in the front. In the rear are 3" lift blocks and a short AAL. Topped it off with a 3" body lift. Then you have the 33s. Brush guard is GoRhino 3378b .
 
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Originally Posted by NewShockerGuy View Post
I really want a roof visor when I see them...

Can you give us specs on it. How you mounted, closers pictures of it...etc.

I love it.

-Nigel
I can take close up photos tomorrow if you want.
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right on man looks amazing
 
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