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the jack is down in the picture thats how high the truck is standing on its own, the jack is still there from when i took the 33 off
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no go to the mall and find a big curb to flex on!! AND THEN TAKE PICS!!!
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When you put a jack under your truck the wheels get off the ground with the first pump of the jack don't they? I bet you have no droop at all.
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cory, get online you HOMO!! aim im talking about. get on aim.
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lmao I forgot to tell you my new one, ill im you
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personally I'd advise you just weld your LCA direct to the crossmember to cut out all of the torsion bar bull****. you'll get more lift and be able to fit 40's, it'll be sick as hell dude
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personally I'd advise you just weld your LCA direct to the crossmember to cut out all of the torsion bar bull****. you'll get more lift and be able to fit 40's, it'll be sick as hell dude
ya. do that shiit! but since your truck will have bigger tires than everyone else on ranger-forums you will stand out hella so you cant forgot that you HAVE to do something siliver paints.. its hellsa boring and stuff... you should spraypaint RANGER BEAST on the tailgate so everyone not on the forums know its the sickest truck too! or get like little decals that say "37s" or something cool like that!
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ya thx 4 all the great input
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ya thx 4 all the great input
well what do you think? tell us your opinion about how it looks! its your truck right?! BE HONEST WITH US!!
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I know what your truck must ride like



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it actually rides fine nd i dnt think they r too stuffed, my truck doesnt see offroad all the time, i feel for what the truck sees there is enuf clearance.
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good point korey!! hey Mr. 37's, i found you a little button you could sport around! or maybe get a bumper sticker made for your chariot..

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I found this guy on facebook, he said riding in your truck broke his back

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^^^ya. i saw that too!!! he said his back was seirously damaged when you took him driving down YOUR FAVORITE ROAD OF ALL TIME!! he sent me a pic! is that your cute smile in the corner?

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Ignore these trolls dude. Just FYI if you put 150psi in ur tires you will get two inches of lift. But don't go above 150 psi cause ur truck might float off. My first ranger ****in floated into the clouds when I tried 200psi
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between the 150psi and the welded lca's youll be able to get sickkkkkkkk flex brah. this guy has the same setup

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looks pretty slick dood. weld up your diff to make it locked

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and the welded diff will keep you on the ground with 150+ psi in your tires
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Ignore these trolls dude. Just FYI if you put 150psi in ur tires you will get two inches of lift. But don't go above 150 psi cause ur truck might float off. My first ranger ****in floated into the clouds when I tried 200psi
ya. scary stuff right there man. reall scary... definantly listen to aaron, he knows what he is talking about cause his dad is an engineer!! but first you definantly want to get wheels with WAY MORE backspacing so stick into your wheel wells better cause thats the only way that setup will work.. TAKE MY WORD!! MY DAD IS AN ENGINEER TOO!
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looks pretty slick dood. weld up your diff to make it locked

Sick JBWelded diff!!
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idk but thanks for your opinions, im probably going with 37x13.50x15 interco m16's with 4.88's and an auburn ected locker up front
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idk but thanks for your opinions, im probably going with 37x13.50x15 interco m16's with 4.88's and an auburn ected locker up front
dude are you high? that totally WONT WORK!! you said m16s, those are for 15 inch rims only.
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ANOTHER PROBLEM!! ever since 9/11, you cant get those tires anymore without having high-level military clearances cause of the guns, bullets, and dangerous things on the sides... see below...

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