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rangers with 35's or bigger

Been a while since I've been on here, wondering how many people have upgraded to 35's or bigger since I've really been what you would call "active" on here.

2WD's are just as welcome as 4WD's.
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apparently not lol

I figured with the 10,000 more members the site has now compared to back then somebody would have something new to show, then again when I looked through the lift section everybody is asking about if they can fit 31's or 32's with a 3" BL... back in the day people cramming 33's with no lift and trying 35's with a T-bar crank. lol
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my truck is too nice to ruin with a body lift and 35's
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apparently not lol

I figured with the 10,000 more members the site has now compared to back then somebody would have something new to show, then again when I looked through the lift section everybody is asking about if they can fit 31's or 32's with a 3" BL... back in the day people cramming 33's with no lift and trying 35's with a T-bar crank. lol
I can think of a handful of newer trucks that have been built up to that point over the last couple years. That's on a few ranger sites I frequent.
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my truck is too nice to ruin with a body lift and 35's
Doesn't ruin it, I ran 35's with a 3" BL, no rubbing, in all fairness I didn't have mudflaps if I did it would have rubbed them, but that was also 2wd.

I understand tho, if I could go back I would have stopped at 31's with no lift.

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I can think of a handful of newer trucks that have been built up to that point over the last couple years. That's on a few ranger sites I frequent.
When I was first typing it I was gonna ask about 37's but decided not many people would go that far... guess I shoulda lowered it to 33's instead of 35's lol

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It's lifted and junk
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^ I can't see the bed through the bedside opening, 3+" body lift??
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Stock with fiberglass only. The front of the body has a bodylift for that cali lean
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Most common is the 4.5-5 inch lift, 33 s fit without a problem with this lift.

A lot of members add the Coil-Over setups with this lift and some do the rear spring mods.

There are a lot of members on here that have larger tires, bigger lifts but anything over the 5 inch mark starts with SAS, moded frames, added steering for '98 plus Ranger and a lot of work.
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I like how we don't see a pic of it until you put a for sale sticker in the window
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