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anyone running 35s with fiberglass, w/out a body lift

I am getting rid of my body lift and putting fiberglass fenders on my truck. Anyone here have 6 inches of lift (for an xlt 2wd 98+, or 3 inches and torsioncrank for edges) and rolling on 35s with glass? how about without glass? Any pics? Thanks, I can't decide between 33s and 35s.
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This is an 06' sports/edge ranger with cranked torsions, 6" glassworks front fenders, hannemann bedsides, & 35" mtr's

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Pure sexy^

now it is running the DBR kit, I believe.
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This is an 06' sports/edge ranger with cranked torsions, 6" glassworks front fenders, hannemann bedsides, & 35" mtr's



i think it would look cool if he put the '06 Ranger badges on the door like the new Explorers.....espically with those fenders!
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yep even sexier!

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oooo wow! it is pure sex!

but look at that CV angle!
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and at least he switched to real tires Beard
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oooo wow! it is pure sex!

but look at that CV angle!

custom CVs
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and at least he switched to real tires Beard

bah! I'm sure he is regretting it now.
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custom CVs
i would sure hope so.......cause that is bad...
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well that makes up my mind! Badass truck! Now if I can just find a cheap and easy way to long travel mine but still fit 2 dirt bikes in the bed....
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holy crap
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that CV angle is while the truck is on the ramp. probly close to full extension on that side there.
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ahhhhh good call gumby! u da man!
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here is my truck.
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looks good dude
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I wish sometimes I went prerunner style. :(

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I wish sometimes I went prerunner style. :(

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very well put lol
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lol^

that is true.

Brenton I hear you on that... you still can! lower that sucker down go for travel....
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