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Old 01-21-2010
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if this is the new method of measurement...then i have 4 cans and one crushed one ....hahahaha
my valance is... in the bed of my truck, how do i make the cans stay put while measuring over the side of the bed?
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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 :(
Bumping this 'Sticky' thread for some new info:

Anyone with double lifted trucks still keep the truck in a garage? I would assume it's gotta be a tight fit with most setups.

I think we need some new measurments added!
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^ I believe that Razors Edge's truck is garage kept. And he's much higher than double lifted.
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^ I believe that Razors Edge's truck is garage kept. And he's much higher than double lifted.
True, I guess it all comes down to everyone's garage setup just as much as truck.
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Yeah Beard kept his truck in the garage too but he also has a pole barn as a garage.
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m 04 XL 2wd coil spring ranger.
bottom of grill panel - 37in
top of inside front fender - 41in
bottom of rocker panel - 23.5in
window sill - 53.5in
roof - 72in
top of inside rear fender - 41in
top of bed - 53in
bottom of rear bumper - 26.25in
top of tailgate - 53in

specs:
04 Ranger, XL, coil springs.
front: 3in lift spindles, 2in coil spacers
rear: 1in lift shackle setting, 2.25in blocks
overall: 3in body lift
32x11.50R15 bfg a/t tires
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thats just ----ed tall.
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thats just ----ed tall.
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