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Old 07-13-2015, 06:54 PM   #361
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02 fx4 twin stick

3" summit body lift,
Torsion bar crank, expo leafs with add a leaf and lift shackles,
Factory 2.5" block removed.
35x12.5r15 MTZs on 15x10 ion alloys with 4" backspacing




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Old 07-14-2015, 05:55 AM   #362
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89 B2, 4" rough country, 31-10.50-15 on stock rims



Rear at 4", front probably around 6", 285-75-16 BFG at's, stock ranger rims


4" all around, same 285's



4", 33-12.50-15 Mudstar mt's, on 15x7 rims.


4", 36-12.50-15 TSL's, stock rims



Same as above but 15x7 rims



Same as above but front flare cut off and some trimming on rear




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Old 07-17-2015, 04:09 PM   #363
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99 XLT 31" BFG A/T 4x4 5spd all stock, in works of front brushgaurd.
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Here's my 2009 Sport 4x4 on 15x10 Diamond Racing Wheels, wearing 33x12.5 Goodyear Duratrac Wranglers. Belltech shackles in the back and prekey mod in the front.
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1987 ford ranger 3" bl 6 inch suspension with 37/12.50r20 tires
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