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lifted with 31x10.5

so I finally bit the bullet and decided to lift it, Alignment and negative camber was a PITA. Anyway I will have a 3" body lift next week and probbly gonna go with some 33x12.5r15's havent decided on rims yet. oh yeah 800$ for 20" the rims and tires, and 150 for the xenon bumper with grill and apc lights.Oh yeah and its ridin on 3 spare ranger wheels amd one of the 20"s I'm gonna get my brothers spare tomorrow so I can get rid of the rims.


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looks good so far. cant wait till its all done. it looks good. def need to put lights in the bumper
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looks good so far. cant wait till its all done. it looks good. def need to put lights in the bumper
lights are broke im workin on gettin some new ones i might also get a chrome bumper but the black dont look that bad
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This is what I plan on gettin for it oh and are the PA body lifts a good choice.

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Dude with that wheel/tire/lift combo will look sweet! Can't wait to see it all done!
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off to a good start, i maybe lifting in the near future too
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Those tires are so choice there cheezer and PA body lifts are the best. Its gonna look sweet!
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I need to undercoat it now that I can see it, crap more work for tomorrow,still gotta put the factory lift blocks in too.
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That just looks weird, in a good way. Just used to seeing your truck lowered thats all.
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looks good. alot different then before
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it looks weirder in person, 2 ranger spares a jeep spare and a 20" on the passenger front, I'm gonna get my brothers spare for now until my rims get here.

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Sweet!

Hmm.. you should keep the 20s and get some 33x12.50 20s, that'd be awesome!
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Hmm.. you should keep the 20s and get some 33x12.50 20s, that'd be awesome!
Thought about it, the offset is all wrong though 20x10 and I already have 1.5" adapters and they still tucked, and tires are expensive./
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I'm so glad you got rid of the chrome dinner plates
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Wax the chrome on those wheels before you even put tires on them. I didn't and they started rusting after a couple months. Just make sure everytime you wash the rims, wax them as well. Just put some wax on a rag and run it around the chrome on each wheel then go back and wipe it off.

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I would get MT classic II's if I were you...other than that...Looks good, makin progress!!!
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