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new wheels and tires

i posted a thread looking for black wheels on black rangers a while ago and decided to go with black...got them yesterday and am open for suggestions on what else would make it look better! btw thanks to all that posted pics for me!

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btw i have access to a free tool box to fit it if i want it
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take the side steps off and dont ever nightshade anything. truck looks clean as it sits.
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sidesteps off and black toolbox
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Make a signature and include your specs and current mods so we can see what you have already. I would suggest the headlight mod, and clear/black corners. If you need the steps keep em, but if you dont, ditch em. It'll make your truck appear taller.
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^^^^ headlight mod and give me the steps haha
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looks good...take the steps off...real simple to do
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Oh six tails and corners, bedline rear bumper black
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crank the tbars and level it out
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Black out the bumpers, door lock cylinders and emblems!
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Take off step sides and get new factory Ford replacements. Get your exhaust done and new tails.

It looks pretty good how it sits.
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Truck looks good! The black on black is really sweet. I suggest taking off the step bars like people have said, and a new exhaust.
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side steps off for now and if you lift put em back on, 06+ tails and a headlight/corner light mod and no nightshade or atleast dont black nething out
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thanks guys!!
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hey you're in ky i notice. also see a few UK flag in the background.... HOW ABOUT THEM CATS!
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Looks Good
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looks good, crank t-bars and clear corners, leave the bumpers
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t bars are cranked..it lower in the from cause of the drive...thanks every one
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any how to s on blacking out the bumpers and making it durable so it wont flake off? btw nerf bars came off..i agree it does look better
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Nice wheel choice...a black powdercoated toolbox would look good.
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Did you have problems with mounting those rims. I looked at a set from JC Whitney for a jeep cherokee since they will fit. They didnt have these listed under ford ranger. I was wondering if your hub bore is bigger than those on your ranger?
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no problems at all
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cant see pictures anymore?
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Looks good, now more lift and tires ha
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