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Does anyone have pics of a newer ranger with both an RCD suspension lift and a 3" body lift?
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Dammm that truck is sexy! Yeah i wasnt sure if you could use a body lift when you use the RCD. I could have swore someone on here said that but i got to thinking how would that effect anything all your doing is lifting the body off the frame, doesnt effect the suspension at all.
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thats what i have rcd and body lift soon to be 35s next few weeks.

here is some pics.


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Can you wheel a stock IFS dana 35 with 35's without it blowing up?
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Stone, are you sure that one you posted has a body lift?? There is no gap between the rear bumper and the hitch...
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It has to have a body lift that thing is huge
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Stone, are you sure that one you posted has a body lift?? There is no gap between the rear bumper and the hitch...
yes theres a bl on it.the front bumper is cut out for the front tow hooks.
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Stone, are you sure that one you posted has a body lift?? There is no gap between the rear bumper and the hitch...
its cause the hitch was custom welded you werent here when he was an active member...
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Stone, are you sure that one you posted has a body lift?? There is no gap between the rear bumper and the hitch...

he modified it like alot of people do.

I did Bills (04lvl2) that way
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Can you wheel a stock IFS dana 35 with 35's without it blowing up?

yes its been done may times, I dont know too many people that actually broke the Diff or had problems with it.

Most people have problems with Balljoints and Tierods. maybe a wheel bearing issue here and there.
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its cause the hitch was custom welded you werent here when he was an active member...
I see, thanks!


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he modified it like alot of people do.

I did Bills (04lvl2) that way
I didn't know that, I think everyone should do that because me personally, thats one huge turn off on a body lift. (the gap between the hitch and the bumper.)
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Here's a pic of a blown diff, guy runnin 36" swampers and a front locker. But this guy rock crawls his rig (my kinda wheeler) :)

http://fordtruckworld.tenmagazines.c...59&album=37591

lol i have been corrected.

sucks to be him.
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ya but anything can break this is my dana 50 and thats just in the mud

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parently i was a little close with the camera my b
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use the macro function on your camera... the little flower
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