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Old 06-19-2008
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Stock fender measurements

I'm trying to figure out if my ranger is cranked or not. I have 31's now and my fenders measure 35" up front and 38" out back. I def need to get rid of the rake it has. Lemme know
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Old 06-19-2008
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Having seen your intro thread, it appears so. You have a slight angle, and your lower arm isn't parallel to the ground. If the bolts appear maxed then your 98 ranger may have sagging bars, as that angle isn't too aggressive.
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Another way to get under the truck, take the "torsion skids" off, and look at your bolts with a flashlight. See how deep, far in they are.
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