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@aluminator it ride just as good as it did before i mean. its no better no worst.
@99offroadrngr what are u talking about? i not dropping it to the ground just low enough to make it look right.
ill up date as the rims get painted and it gets dropped some more.
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Nice truck. Do you have any more pictures from different angles? Thanks JD.
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thats my friend next to it after it rained
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Body and Rocker it.
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you should stick to riding in that short bus.
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well its not a 4x4 so no big nasty mud tires like i wanted. plus info me on why its bad to put rims on a torsion bar suspension?
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well its not a 4x4 so no big nasty mud tires like i wanted. plus info me on why its bad to put rims on a torsion bar suspension?
im just giving you a hard time. tbars suck if you wanna go low though.
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^^ My bicycle has thicker tires on it than your truck...

Not my taste... AT ALL
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@99offroadrngr ya but im not going that low with 4's its just going to close that cap.
@Fink132 i bet not the pics just make the tires look small. and it might not be ya taste but some people like it. opinions are for every one some people like it others dont.
TIRE size is 255/35/24 Not that thin later im going to get 255/45 or 40 /24 .
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Yea, you know what they say.... opinions are like a$$ holes.... everyone has one
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I'd do 45 series so you have less chance of messing the rims up. plus when you lower it you have a better chance of closing the gape even more.
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thats my friend next to it after it rained
Your friend looks like he's turning to say "Why the hell did you mess up this perfectly good Ranger?"

FACT: As for your tire size, you only have 3.5" of tire between the road and your rims. You'll be lucky to go more than a year without breaking one of those rims on Louisiana roads.

OPINION (but could also be a fact): That thing is begging for a lift and some 33s.
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Looks great minus the 24's.
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I really don't think it would look to bad if it had more tire to it.
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24's


Make it look like this at least. Even lower if you can. Like the Explore below.
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Don't do this.
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I don't care what you say, I like it...It would look better on 22's though.
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Oh my god.
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Wait u live down the street from me ?
I live in Baton Rouge, but travel to New Orleans at least twice a month. I would've said down da bayou, but I figured that would be more if I lived literally down the road from you.
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Oh my god.
He is going to get butt hurt since you dont like it. Negative seven props and counting.
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Not bad. I have a Black stepside that i will be putting 20;s on
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Hey it doesnt look bad, seems like most everyone (including myself) on this site is into the functional off road looks but it doesn't look bad. I had 18s and 32 inch tires on mine a few years back. I'd either drop it or level the front and put on a bigger tire tho. Rather than being an advertisement for monster, why not keep the red line and paint calipers red?
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Not my style but if the owner likes it that's all the matters. I do agree though, a little lower and/or a bigger tire would make it look better!
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Idc if people like it or not -7 props wow .
And really.I'm not being a ad for monster it more like a color.no one as tried before black and green so its different and monster fits it so.
And yes to someone's post most people on here are off roaders meaning they will not like this but I got it In a few car shows and others say its sick ! So I like the way its coming along and I sure "some" people do to
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