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Get rockwells and 53" michelins, that'll do good in the mud
can u say dream!
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hey pal u ever been to florida theres no rocks or mountains to go up here. i dont go rock crawling theres no rocks around. so why would i build my truck to do somethin when its not around here.

that would be like bluiding my truck to be like the cali guys. theres no desarts here so why would i do that?

No desert, but you guys got sand! Dude - takin' a Ranger with 42's out on a beach cruise...... you got it made.

Go for the 42's just for the sake of being one of the tallest out there. I've yet to see any trucks around here (Atlanta) with bigger than 38's.

And for the whole philosophy of lifting deal - my truck's a 2wd which will be lifted mainly for looks. But, it works great as a rig to go camping in and will be able to make it around construction sites a lot better than it would at stock height.

So - to each his own. I say go for it, and take some pictures.
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Lift the ever-lovin hell out of it! I was just reading over page 2 ...quite interesting....
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are you staying with boggers
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i forgot if you go with 42 sell me your tires you have now
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haha just sell him three and make him go on a scavenger hunt for the last one
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haha just sell him three and make him go on a scavenger hunt for the last one
hahaha real funny i think i'm just going to buy new
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ryan, if u do this, we need to have a meet lol, i gotta see this if u do it lol
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