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hows this for a tire lifting pavement tearing suspension?

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interesting setup, have more pics?
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very nice man. pretty neat setup ya got
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interesting setup, have more pics?


that is sweet!
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I like the way you have your exhaust done, since mine is rusted to shi*t im going to change it kinda like you have..
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thanks for all the kind words guys now find someone to buy it b4 thursday, when i leave! lol
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saw that in your sig., it says you have a cable clutch converstion......do you have any details on that? and how does it compare to the stock ranger hydralic clutch setup? And is the pedal any harder to push?

Btw, that looks like a really nice suspenion you have.....I wish I could do something like that......it would take a while to do though.
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Very nice.
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um everything was one off custom fabbed, i just started like i alwayz do w/ my metal fab jobs.... measuring, then started cutting and welding, measuring angles for the right throw on the quadrant was very inportant, and finding room under the dash and firewall. well it acts like a mustang clutch pedal now so the harshness of the pedal depends on the clutch you put in it. if you ask me i think cable is a much better set up for a clutch than hydraulic, its clean don't have to worry about heat, or leaks, move faster just all around better.
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is the crown for sale too?

sounds SICK


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if you ask me i think cable is a much better set up for a clutch than hydraulic, its clean don't have to worry about heat, or leaks, move faster just all around better.
100% agreed :)
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I really wish I could get rid of this damned hydraulic clutch. I think that and the rear drum brakes are the two weak links on my truck right now that I want to fix.
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well seeing as how i can't seem to sell it, witch blows my mind. I mean a fully drag ready truck w/ a ton of goodies can't sell for way under what i should be getting for it.... ok i'm just pissed and gonna' ramble on. Sorry guys and gals, just had som jack @$$ back out of the sale after i took him on a test drive and he burned the hell out of the clutch. GRRR anywayz so i'm trying to find a way to store it long term while i'm away and then when i get back its getting a blown 347!!! any ideas?
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