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Old 04-01-2010
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Those btiches are in there good. It's just easier to get new ones anyways
Very true, I sawed them off with a leatherman. They are just not meant to back out.
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looks good man..those are my favorite stock ranger wheels
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my pins came right out. get on of em pin removel tools you have to yank yard but they will come out.. and ditch that sway bar you truck will ride better with out it.
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I tried everything. Those btiches are in there good. It's just easier to get new ones anyways.
Ive done it a few times and it is definatley easier to just get new ones, after you put in all the effort to yank them out theyre all ****ed up anyway. Go to Advanced Auto or something like that. They have packages of the exact Ford pins for like
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Ive done it a few times and it is definatley easier to just get new ones, after you put in all the effort to yank them out theyre all ****ed up anyway. Go to Advanced Auto or something like that. They have packages of the exact Ford pins for like
$6.
Exactly. I can get them out with lots of force and struggle but it's just not worth the time when I can spend a couple dollars and get all new ones that won't look all screwed up like the factory ones will once I finally get them out.
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So painting rims really helps ride quality?? always thought that was a myth
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Get some 06 badges.
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I've got one that is going on the tailgate. Just haven't felt like forking out the money for the fender badges.
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I hear ya on that. They are alittle pricey but they are sick.
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Rims kinda look like they have a permanent brake dust mod. But, if you like them, that's all that matters. How much did the ride quality improve with the new paint?
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Rims kinda look like they have a permanent brake dust mod. But, if you like them, that's all that matters. How much did the ride quality improve with the new paint?
Painting rims improves the ride quality GREATLY! And I love the look of my rims. Brake dust doesn't appear anymore which is nice.
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