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Old 08-12-2011, 11:40 AM   #11
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youre the best. just saying.
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That'* what I did years ago on a Ranger. 6" of lift is a LOT, then I believe I had 36" tires. Needed a ladder to get in it.
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awesome.....
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Well three of my trucks ae lifted none of them body either..one 2 inches with 33'* one 4 inchs with 33'* and one 6 inches with 36'*...Lifting a 2wd doesnt look bad if done right..Gives it that prerunner look..
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so, im pretty much in love with your trucks. nuff said.
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Lol thanks..All it requires to do yours is blocks and sping spacers long as you go no taller than thee inch you wont have brake like or pinion issues
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