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New Pictures of Ranger: Stock and Current

Stock with six miles on the odometer:

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What did you do with the stock wheels? Did you sell them and make some money?
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Those are the stock wheels.
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What did you do with the stock wheels? Did you sell them and make some money?
Nothing, those are the stock wheels. I am one of the few who chose to keep the OEM wheels on the vehicle. Most change them to something different the minute they can afford it. Maybe that is why you don't recognize them.
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are those stock seats, they are sharp
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are those stock seats, they are sharp
That would be wishful thinking, although the FX4's are similar. They are custom Wet Okole seat covers. Found here: http://www.wetokole.com/
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Nothing, those are the stock wheels.
My bad I meant to say tires. What did you do with the stock tires?
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My bad I meant to say tires. What did you do with the stock tires?
No problem, but yes, I sold them.
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What'd u pay for that toolbox and where'd u get it? thats exactly what i am looking for!
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Love the look of your truck. That toolbox is really cool.
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i know eh a black diamond plate tool box i was just going to paint a regular diamond plate one but if i can already get one is black with warranty i'd be set lol
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wish my level II had two tone seat like that those are sweet. Nice tires!! truck looks alot better just with the tire upgrade!!
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Looks great, what type of exhaust setup did you do?
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Are those tires in the same size as the stock tires because I may do that with truck then.
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What'd u pay for that toolbox and where'd u get it? thats exactly what i am looking for!
I ordered the toolbox online from AutoAnything, but it is quite expensive for the black (approximately $625, I paid less at the time). It can be found here: http://www.autoanything.com/truck-to...&from_search=1
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Sharp looking truck!
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Truck looks very nice.
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Looks great, what type of exhaust setup did you do?
Thanks! I put on a Magnaflow mandrel-bent stainless steel cat-back exhaust system (2.5 in. tubing with 3 in. tips; dual split rear exit). By the way, if you are interested, the part number is 15773.
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That is a very nice truck. I like what you have done to it.
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would look awesome level, ever think about cranking the t-bars???
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Are those tires in the same size as the stock tires because I may do that with truck then.
No, they are LT265/75R16 and stock size (for my vehicle) is LT255/70R16.
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Thanks! I put on a Magnaflow mandrel-bent stainless steel cat-back exhaust system (2.5 in. tubing with 3 in. tips; dual split rear exit). By the way, if you are interested, the part number is 15773.
No problem, and actually I recently talked to magnaflow about that kit for mine. I have a regular cab but I figured no problem I will just cut the tail pipes shorter since it said extended cab only. However, I noticed it says "will not fit edge models". I called and asked why, and the guy I talked to said he has an edge, and he had to "majorly modify" the system to fit. I figured I would pass on it then. I may just go get a magnaflow muffler and have my exhaust guy run pipes for me, or just go with the single stainless jba kit. I had duals on mine before, but they started getting rusty and got tired of straights so I put the stock back on for now until I decide what I want to do.
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No, they are LT265/75R16 and stock size (for my vehicle) is LT255/70R16.
I will have to look into that size for my truck. Now if I could just get rid of the Alcoas I have to fund new tires.
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would look awesome level, ever think about cranking the t-bars???
I did crank the t-bars to level, but that was before I changed out the 1.25" OEM blocks for the larger 2.5" OEM blocks. So, as a result, it's not level any longer. I would crank them some more but I really don't want to hurt the ride quality.
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I did crank the t-bars to level, but that was before I changed out the 1.25" OEM blocks for the larger 2.5" OEM blocks. So, as a result, it's not level any longer. I would crank them some more but I really don't want to hurt the ride quality.
As people told me crank'em up man. i was afraid of the same thing but only noticed a lil bit stiffer ride but its really not that bad. try it if ya don't like it you can always turn'em back down.
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