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Old 01-18-2010
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Pic request: 35s w/BL and TB crank

Im trying to decide whether i want to put 33s on my truck or step up to 35s, its got bodylift torsion crank and 1.5 blocks... the 33s are or 15x10s but ill prob go 15x8 to keep stress down on the front end... Could u guys post up some pics of this combo to make my decision, by the way heres what it looks like now
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my truck with basically 35's. i have a metric tire size but it equates to a 34.8 or some ****
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now everyone's gonna say regear, and i will agree. depending on what motor you have.

mine on 4.10's isnt the worst thing i've driven in the world, keeps speed on the highway just fine. but it could use a little more oomph and i will be regearing to 4.56's eventually. it just isnt a very pressing matter at the moment.
i LOVE having this size tires. and i wouldnt suggest wheeling it. im on 16x8's with almost stock backspacing. maybe a little less.
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and the last pic the rake looks really bad. but the driveway slopes down a bit. and the bars needed to be cranked a bit to sit level again since i had just taken a couple hundred lb's worth of stuff out of the bed that used to always be there (tool box big spare, etc)
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thats pure sex right there....makes me wanna regular bed instead of my steppie...
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this is my buddies truck with only 3in bl and t-bar keys. The wheels are 15x10's with a 4in backspace with 35x12.5R15 bfg all terrains.
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Dang thats a good looking truck...

Wonder how much trimming one has to do for 01+ rangers on the front valance?
And don't running 35's+ ruin the balljoints and cv joints more often than usual?
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ill let you know when i put 35's on mine haha, bl is gettin done tomorrow and keys this weekend, then i gotta start savin up for wheels and tires, hopefully shouldnt take long to get the grand i need haha
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Dang thats a good looking truck...

Wonder how much trimming one has to do for 01+ rangers on the front valance?
And don't running 35's+ ruin the balljoints and cv joints more often than usual?
I ran 35's with a T-crank and BL, changed out my balljoints and all at 90,000 + miles...Also had a 8000# winch and heavy @ss bumper...Truck didnt see much off-roading though.

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Sweet lookin truck^
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35 BFG at 15x10 MT classic II - BL cranked bars and shackles





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I ran 35's with a T-crank and BL, changed out my balljoints and all at 90,000 + miles...Also had a 8000# winch and heavy @ss bumper...Truck didnt see much off-roading though.

hey man where did you get your bumper and fender flares?
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