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Icon12 Ranger 99% Done

all i have left is to lift the rear bumper...im on the lookout for 3inch spindles i got lift shackles for the rear...i created this new thread because my otherone got trashed...

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looking sick man.. but the rear bumper has to much of a gap lol
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all ways like your rig lifted than lowered
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Looks good. You should post a pic of your truck when you first got it. I cant even remember what it looked like.
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That's just a body lift? Looks big for a 2wd.
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Looks good Steve!
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You've put a ton of work into that thing. Came together great. I really like those rims.
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looks good but im not digging the wheels
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didnt u go from a 4x4 to 2wd to lower it? now u lifted it?
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didnt u go from a 4x4 to 2wd to lower it? now u lifted it?
Don't start this crap in this thread........

Truck looks really good man.
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Don't start this crap in this thread........

Truck looks really good man.
It is a reasonable question. I would also like to know why the switch to two wheel drive instead of the four.

Again, it looks awesome either way (something about red rangers), but I have never been a fan of Dubs.
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Looks good captain! That rear bumper looks great lmao!
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Not a fan of the rims but everything else looks good.
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how am i starting crap? i just wondering what changed his mind that last time i saw his truck it was completed of the 2wd and dropped
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I think your truck looks great. Like Lord Of War said, you should post a before pic.
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I prefer it lowered, but it looks good. I'm still confused as to why you went from 4wd to 2wd on a lifted truck.
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looks good like that
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Not trying to be an *** or anything, but if I remember correctly from his frame swap thread that he went from 4wd to 2wd b/c he couldn't find a 4wd frame at the time of the swap.
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what kinda rims are those?
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the door handles came out good nice truck
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Not trying to be an *** or anything, but if I remember correctly from his frame swap thread that he went from 4wd to 2wd b/c he couldn't find a 4wd frame at the time of the swap.
you hit the nail on the head...i couldnt find a 4wd frame without paying 1000+ for a naked frame and john (wvcat) offered me a frame complete rolling chassis and i took up his offer and drove to west virginia to get it...i was going to keep it lifted like it was on the 4wd frame but ran out of funds to do so. so i kept it stock...not lowered stock until i could get the funds to lift it again..

eventually the plan is to sas swap it and yes it will be a street queen..flame away
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what kinda rims are those?
panther origin(emr 395) 9inch wide
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That's just a body lift? Looks big for a 2wd.
has 2inch coil spacers because the coils were sagged and the insides of my old tires were ate up so i installed coil spacers to fix the camber and lift it a little and also has 2inch chevy lowering shackles in the rear
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has 2inch coil spacers because the coils were sagged and the insides of my old tires were ate up so i installed coil spacers to fix the camber and lift it a little and also has 2inch chevy lowering shackles in the rear
you know all it needed was an alignment
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Where are your door handles?






lol its a joke. Just making this thread funny.
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