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whipsaw trail 2010!

me and a few friends went up the whipsaw trail in princton bc this weekend! got tons of pics keep watching ill keep adding more every day!
sweet video! rock is almost 3.6 feet
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Nice! I really want some kind of lift lol
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very nice bro
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awesome truck man!
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i will say that is ALOT of flex.

and, i like how your not afraid to use your sliders too haha
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thanks guys wait till you see all of the movies i have in the snow! did'nt want to drive it to hard cause it was the first real off road run! but it sure held up allright and everything i wanted to go over it went over!
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Sick truck bro!
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Lol nice flex shot
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damn, im jelous
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thats awsome!
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best flex i've seen in awhile
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Looks awesome!
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bad *** i want
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Looks great man. Now get that rearend to flex out too!
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Wicked flex man. Ive always wanted to do that whipsaw trail. How long did it take you?
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That is bad *** love your truck!!! What axle is that? and what size tires?
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Sweet truck man...definitely using those sliders.
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Wicked flex man. Ive always wanted to do that whipsaw trail. How long did it take you?
well from the princton side we made it up to the top of the hope pass trail and then there was just WAY to much snow for the 35's to handle but we were about 2kms from the upper cabin! from princton to colmont its about a day trip if you take your time! good camping up in the alpine though
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i love it man.


do you have a link to where you bought the axle?


every dana 44 i look for is a full width one
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i love it man.


do you have a link to where you bought the axle?


every dana 44 i look for is a full width one
I bought it from a friend whos a ford mechanic and he built it all up himself and was running it under his ranger, with a 9" in the rear, he sold it to me and replace it with a full width and i put this one under mine! i had to cut and moddify the axle from radius arms to 3 link but that was it just slap some tires on it it !!
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Here is the link to another video i uploaded today! this one is my fav of them all! hope you like it


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sick truck dude. you need a wider stance imo
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Looking good!! Way to use it too!
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Here's a question for ya (or anyone else with SAS), how does the 4.0 (or any stock Ranger motor) do with the larger and heavier drivetrain?

SAS is somewhere in my future but I'm curious if I should put a V8 swap ahead of the SAS
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