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i have a tire swing in my back yard with a 54" booger on it!
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booger? thats nasty evan
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That buggy is huge. Looks heavy.
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booger? thats nasty evan
hahaha, nice.
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could have used cheaper axles (and still been strong and light weight) and smaller tires to achieve the same principals with that rig......o well it is their money...
Hard to get a buggy with say 42's to do what that thing will do. And Those are rockwells most Rocks can be had for under 1000 for the set. Cheaper then you can buy a HP D60 for. And you wouldnt have the same clearance. A shaved Rockwell is very similar in clearance to a D60.
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Ricky,

I don't know about you, but I don't consider 10" blocks all the way around to be suspension lift; that's what you will have to use to get 54" boggers on a Ranger.

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You might as well come on here and said: " Hey yalls, I finna wanna go to da moons in a rocket ship cuz i heard der was dem whatcha think it would take to get me der."
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ha ha ha^^^
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he was going for one of those things like the R/C cars, you know flip it over and it can drive upside down
lol.

I've got a buddy that just poped in his 2.5Ton Rockwell, only the rear so far. He's running Military Michelins......He was absolutely towering the 44" boggers. This is on a '83 Chevy pickup. Now she's getting taller, and all around bigger with hydraulic steering. He's thinking towering the new '54s.
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Ricky,

I don't know about you, but I don't consider 10" blocks all the way around to be suspension lift; that's what you will have to use to get 54" boggers on a Ranger.
It's better than a 10" body lift thats all I know.
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ya well u wouldnt need 10" blocks or body lift to put 54's on a ranger... go for it dude.. have fun.. when its done i wanna see that ***** in the middle of the lakeland mudhole!
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Yea... so since I'm not really down with the front lift block mud truck or what ever the hell buggy that is... here is the set of them on a real truck (yes, it is still big stupid and mostly useless, but hey at least it looks good and isn't a death trap)

http://www.fourwheeler.com/techartic..._bogger_tires/





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Those babies will sure stress the Long CV's, didnt stover not want to run them long on that truck? Arent the Claws back on it?
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I'm not sure if it was that he didn't want to run them for long on the truck, I think there is another issue like we had to give them back or they are going on something else (I don't quite remember, I haven't talked to Robin in a few weeks) but yea I do believe they are off now.
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that truck is just insane..doesnt matter if its the 46s or the 54s just plain crazy
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that truck is just insane..doesnt matter if its the 46s or the 54s just plain crazy

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I'm not sure if it was that he didn't want to run them for long on the truck, I think there is another issue like we had to give them back or they are going on something else (I don't quite remember, I haven't talked to Robin in a few weeks) but yea I do believe they are off now.
Did they ever find that one that got stolen from the trailer?
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Did they ever find that one that got stolen from the trailer?


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i have a tire swing in my back yard with a 54" bogger on it!
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you better be a richboy
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yah ud def wanna run rockwells, i dont think u know how much itd cost to get your truck sitting on 54's without blowing up the axle pulling up your driveway, and having it somewhat driveable.
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anyone like to tell me where there are huge lift blocks and a huge bodylift on this rig is at?.. o wait.. there arent any.. and its on tractor tires :)

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anyone like to tell me where there are huge lift blocks and a huge bodylift on this rig is at?.. o wait.. there arent any.. and its on tractor tires :)

Look at the Huge "Drop" Brackets for the coils
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and lift brackets
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maybe this guy just wants to have fun?
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yea but for mud, that setup looks fine, he isnt wantin a lot of articulation, just height for some good size tires
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