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Old 12-16-2008
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Sumas Wheeling Trip

Hey guys, I havn't posted alot of pics here (if any) so I figured I would post some up of a place called Sumas Mountain. We didn't make it all the way to the top, too much ice and snow. But I did manage to hit the Articulator. All it is is a few holes dug in the ground, but it flexes the hell out of your truck. These were the only pics that I got, but it was fun.



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A little bit of carnage, dented both of my rear wheel wells, and 2 nice size dents on each rocker panel. Its time for some JD traction bars, and some rock sliders. Does anyone know what will fit the ranger?
 
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Ha, I love flex!

There are plenty that will fit the Ranger, I believe (although it might not have happened) that ZaBeard (member) was going to start making and selling rock sliders. If so I am sure he will post up about it.

Time for a lift and 35s :P
What are your plans for the truck?
 
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Well I plan on a body lift, cant afford the susp. as the ski season is here. As soon as the snow is gone there will be some bfg km2's or mtr's on it. As it is, these tires are really good in the snow, so I will be keeping them as my Winter tires.
 
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Well I plan on a body lift, cant afford the susp. as the ski season is here. As soon as the snow is gone there will be some bfg km2's or mtr's on it. As it is, these tires are really good in the snow, so I will be keeping them as my Winter tires.
Ah. Sounds good. I had a body lift, I prefer suspension lifts but Im not made of money lol (even though i bought my truck with the lift).
Holy bad day lol!

Mud terrians, ftw.

Here is the tire preforming, Kellys truck
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what was it like with the body lift? did you notice any difference? The only thing that is stopping me, is that I don't like the idea of stretching my cables, and putting more stress on them.
 
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