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Old 06-10-2007
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4.88s and 28s

phew that biach is gonna scream! haha
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before RCD and 35's

Tire height: 285/75 ~ 32.5"
I Bottom of grill surround: 34.5"
H Top of front fender opening: 40"
G Bottom of rocker panel: 22.5"
F Window sill: 52"
E Top of roof: 70"
D Top of rear fender opening: 34"
C Top of bed: 51"
B Bottom of rear bumper: 23.5"
A Top of tailgate when down: 33" (?)

Rear Diff: 9"
Skid plate: 18 1/4"
Cross Member: 11 3/4


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3' to the bottom of the door (36")
3 1/2 foot to bottom of front and rear bumpers (42")
7'3" to the top of the cab (87")
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Tire height: 33"
I Bottom of grill surround: 37"
H Top of front fender opening: 41"
G Bottom of rocker panel: 26"
F Window sill: 55"
E Top of roof: 74.5"
D Top of rear fender opening: 44"
C Top of bed: 55.5"
B Bottom of rear bumper: 30"
A Top of tailgate when down: 40.5"

SJ 8" coils front, sj 6" leaves rear w/ stock block and belltech 6400s (2")

so suspension wise i'd say a true 8" rear, and 6.5-7" front... we need numbers from a few stock trucks on 235/75s!

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Old 08-03-2007
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Tire size: 37"
I: 39.5"
H: 46"
G: 27.5"
F: 56"
E: 76"
D: 44.5"
C: 56"
B: 27"
A: 40"
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Old 08-15-2007
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before RCD and 35's

Tire height: 285/75 ~ 32.5"
I Bottom of grill surround: 34.5"
H Top of front fender opening: 40"
G Bottom of rocker panel: 22.5"
F Window sill: 52"
E Top of roof: 70"
D Top of rear fender opening: 34"
C Top of bed: 51"
B Bottom of rear bumper: 23.5"
A Top of tailgate when down: 33" (?)

Rear Diff: 9"
Skid plate: 18 1/4"
Cross Member: 11 3/4


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Why is it that your front fender opening is 6 inches taller then the rear? That doesnt make sense...
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Old 09-07-2007
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Why is it that your front fender opening is 6 inches taller then the rear? That doesnt make sense...
He has a big *** homemade bumper. It did look off in person. I haven't seen it since the RCD and other work.
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tire height(actual size)- 36.25"
bottom of rock panel- 24.5"
window sill-55"
top of roof-78"
top of rear fender-42.5"
bottow of rear bumper- 29"

still is gonna grow 2" more, but i like having a lower ground clearence for the tires.
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Old 10-22-2007
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He has a big *** homemade bumper. It did look off in person. I haven't seen it since the RCD and other work.
try cranking the t-bars 8 times.. lol

and i think the front fenders are higher than the back anyways
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Don't know how tall it is but it's 6 and a crushed Dr.Pepper cans to the valance.

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lol nice kevan.

hey when are you going to post a bunch of pictures of the suspension work? closer up stuff. i am just curious and i like new ideas.
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as soon as I finish the radius arms and xmember. Oh yeah skid plates too not that they will be much help.
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Old 11-28-2007
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2008 sport 4x4 all stock for now lol
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as soon as I finish the radius arms and xmember. Oh yeah skid plates too not that they will be much help.

alright ill be waiting on them
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I want to see differential clearance .

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stock height for now
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Could you guys put up some more measurments? Im wondering how tall my truck will be with 4" SL/3" BL and 35s. Im gettin a little worried that its not gonna fit in the garage :(
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ive got 37" to the bottom of my doors, not really feelin like measuring everything else out
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top of front fender is 27 1/2
top of rear fender is 28 1/4
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Does anyone have these measurements for a stock height edge?
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Don't know how tall it is but it's 6 and a crushed Dr.Pepper cans to the valance.

ok iv been trolling the site and i came acrossed this. i have seen this truck alot. it also comes up on google. i love this thing, very clean
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if this is the new method of measurement...then i have 4 cans and one crushed one ....hahahaha
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Old 02-25-2009
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33 TIRES (2WD)
A=NO GATE
B=30 1/2
C=54
D=40
E=80
F=58
G=29 1/2
H=46
I=42
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bottom of front fenders are 37 1/4" bottom of rear fenders are 36 1/4"...specs in sig, but 1" body is gone...adding 3" body soon!
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2005 Ranger Edge

Tire height: 33"
I Bottom of grill surround: 38 1/4"
H Top of front fender opening: 44"
G Bottom of rocker panel: 27 1/2"
F Window sill: 57"
E Top of roof: 79"
D Top of rear fender opening: 45 1/2"
C Top of bed: 57"
B Bottom of rear bumper: 30"
A Top of tailgate when down: 40 1/2"
2001 Ranger Edge

Tire height: 31"
I Bottom of grill surround: 32"
H Top of front fender opening: 36 1/2"
G Bottom of rocker panel: 19"
F Window sill: 47 1/2"
E Top of roof: 69 1/2"
D Top of rear fender opening: 36 1/2" (Currently have 220lbs of salt bags in the rear, rear sits higher w/o weight)
C Top of bed: 48 1/4"
B Bottom of rear bumper: 21"
A Top of tailgate when down: 32 1/2"
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