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DAMN very nice!
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Awesome pics. Truck is getting it done!!
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Awesome pics man!!
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very nice!!!! looks like alot of fun
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looks like fun! if i was runnin a 4x4, i'd be doin that!

oh i recommend paint on the box. i used rustoleum professional gloss black in a can. used a foam roller to apply it. it's 100x better than spray paint i had.
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okay ill keep that in mind
it just looks like that, because it was on one of my dads old work truck rangers. and its been on the side yard since probably 2001 lol
i just dont want to have to strip all the old paint off it, its going to be a PITA
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Looks like a blast man! Sweet pics.
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wow looks like loads of fun. your lucky you didn't break anything :P sliders are going t o look good on there
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okay ill keep that in mind
it just looks like that, because it was on one of my dads old work truck rangers. and its been on the side yard since probably 2001 lol
i just dont want to have to strip all the old paint off it, its going to be a PITA
i painted over a polished one that used to be on a pool truck. so you can imagine what it looked like. i just used a scotchbrite pad, washed it with dish soap to clean up the surface some, then rolled my paint on. it's not the ultra-smooth finish, but it's pretty tough. i think much more durable than the average spray paint.
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okay cool
ill try and do that once i get back to vegas and have a garage to work in lol
also, i think im only going to repaint the lid. the rest of the box is fine since it didnt have sunlight beating directly down on it
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siiiiick... I'm speechless
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thanks everyone!
i have to say, thats probably the tippiest i've ever felt my truck. but it is nice to know its limits a bit better now. that was probably the most extreme obstacle i've had to get through lol
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pure sex....on the rocks
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that's some history right there. A stock drivetrain ranger rock crawling. And doing a damn good job of it too. nice stuff man.
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that's some history right there. A stock drivetrain ranger rock crawling. And doing a damn good job of it too. nice stuff man.

thanks dude
yeah tahts what everyone was saying
the first stock ifs krawler! hahaha
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also, you'll notice i finally got my hitch moved up and took the stupid donut spare out, now i just need to get rid of it.

so much more space back there now!
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hey what center caps do you have i need some new ones.
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i just have the cragar center caps
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holy hell, i didnt know a ranger could do that!

but ya, i think sliders would be good for you
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dude mad props go to you and your driving skils lol
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Wow, just wow.
Just proves how a good spotter, and a good driver make the vehicle, not the other way around.
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Wow, just wow.
Just proves how a good spotter, and a good driver make the vehicle, not the other way around.
yes yes yes! its so true, a good spotter will go a LONG ways for sure
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lmao at the guy being transported out in the bed of your truck with the beer can in his lap
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lmao at the guy being transported out in the bed of your truck with the beer can in his lap
yeah he was hurtin real bad since his foot got caught under the jeep
so we got him drunk real quick lol
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I'm getting real tired of all this wheeling your doing in sweet a$$ places and I got nothing

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but seriously
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