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Two lifted rangers! both rollin on super swampers!

So i went out to my friends school last night for a party, and when i pulled into the lot and saw this i was like what..... haha

had a 3" body lift a 4"suspension on 33x12.50 tsl ssr mt classic2

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That brush gaurd or whatever its supposed to be on the green truck looks awful IMO. I hardly ever see another lifted ranger driving around
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What are supper swampers? Are you eating them for dinner or something? lol
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hmmm.. A Gen 1 or 2 bumper on a Gen 3.. weird
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supper swampers are delicious
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What are supper swampers? Are you eating them for dinner or something? lol
haha! spelling errors happen...
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that 2nd gen bumper looks stupid...and the brush guard is way too tall because of it
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I know, just messin
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is that downey?
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is that downey?
There would be more rust if it was
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that 2nd gen bumper looks stupid...and the brush guard is way too tall because of it
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There would be more rust if it was
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lol that almost looks like an 80s yota front bumper on the green truck
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ha look at the size difference between a ttb setup and t-bar... One suspension and body lift and the other just a bl and it looks a tad taller
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too bad the TTB truck would mob all over the IFS truck!
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depends whos driving!!
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Umm, those arent super swampers - those are racing slicks.. christ - why does anyone drive around with no traction like that? Looks like you were doing burnouts all day.. replace them things before you hyrdoplane on the highway! lol
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the gen 3's were way past the wear bars and almost flat in the centers. mine are almost just at the wear bars. but they they still work great in the mud and snow, horrible in the rain though. soon as i get full time work ill be getting some new tires.
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