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hey Roach2004 how do you fit 35's with a 3" lift
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I have an EDGE I put 33's on when it was stock. The second muddy picture I posted was 33's and stock suspension. I also dont have fender flares so that gives me a little more room.
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[QUOTE=ScottG;893259]cause its not for mud


hey man thats perfect what kits did you get to get that height?
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cause its not for mud


hey man thats perfect what kits did you get to get that height?

mine was a 2001 2wd with coil sprung front suspension.


Front:
3inch fabtech spindles
2.5inch fabtech coils and upper arms


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2inch stock edge block
Explorer 4x4 leafs
Chevy lowering shackle


and to top it all off, had a 3inch body lift
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here's my dirty 4x2 at stock height and 31.5's Name:  2444090_19_full.jpg
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as long as you offroad with friends, you really dont have to worry about being in trouble. plus, not having the front to pull, your driving and maneuverability is really tested to the limits. i've been able to get out of many STICKY situations by knowing which way/when not to turn the front wheels... its always gonna be a 4x4 vs 4x2 argument...
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you can find my ranger here:

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cause its not for mud


and alot of times 4x4 guys do most their offroading in 2wd, untill they get stuck


heres a pic of my 2wd with a 9inch lift and 33s next to my stock trac




and heres a muddy pic
who makes your lift??????? sorry to highjack
your thread buddy, back to lurking
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who makes your lift??????? sorry to highjack
your thread buddy, back to lurking
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mine was a 2001 2wd with coil sprung front suspension.


Front:
3inch fabtech spindles
2.5inch fabtech coils and upper arms


Rear:
2inch stock edge block
Explorer 4x4 leafs
Chevy lowering shackle


and to top it all off, had a 3inch body lift
must have missed my response
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Thanks! We dont get snow down south
very good point there, lol. I'm from Iowa, born and raised and have never traveled outside the midwest so its kinda hard to imagine no snow. We have had a record setting winter here this year, as long as I can remember we would be hoping for a "white christmas" but this year we were all praying it would stop by Jan 1st. lol. The High School kids are already going to school into mid June because of all the snow days (Jun 17 I think)
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yeah srry about that, if you don't mind, how much was it all for that, and can you send me links to the place to get it all from??
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yeah srry about that, if you don't mind, how much was it all for that, and can you send me links to the place to get it all from??
i bought everything from forums and ebay and spent half the price of buying it new
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i bought everything from forums and ebay and spent half the price of buying it new
oh..... well thanks anyways, appreciate all the information you have given me.
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i bought my spindles, AAL, chevy shackles, and pro comp shocks all brand new.
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Here's my 2wd Ranger next to my old 2wd Chevy (sits stock height).
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And back when I had 37's
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3" spindle lift and 2" aal on an edge with 35's

Putting a 3" Body Lift on in 2 weeks over spring break =)
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I hope your lifting the rear more too
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heres mine.. dont know how much "lift" i got though ha on 33s...
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