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2002 lifted ranger


Ktwest

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My clean work truck
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Uncle Gump

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I sure do like the stance you got going on...

I can see that it has a body lift from the gaps on the front and rear bumpers.

So... did you buy the body lift or make it? At some point I would like to do the same to mine.

I'm also going to guess you have the torsion bars pretty much maxed. How does the ride seem to be?
 

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Thanks... the body kit is a 1” and that was purchased along with a 2 1/2” torsion bar lift kit and also 2 1/2” extended wulf shocks all the way around. It rides very smooth for having big tires
 

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sawzall?
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Love it.



Looks awesome.
 

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Thanks... the body kit is a 1” and that was purchased along with a 2 1/2” torsion bar lift kit and also 2 1/2” extended wulf shocks all the way around. It rides very smooth for having big tires
Mind sharing the source for the body lift?

PA use to make one but all they have now is a 3 inch... don't want to go that far.
 

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Mind sharing the source for the body lift?

PA use to make one but all they have now is a 3 inch... don't want to go that far.
It is by Energy Suspension Parts and runs about $140
 

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Looks like a truck used to give estimates, the real work truck would be beat to hell haha.

Nice rig. We don't have any that clean around here.
 

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What are the tires? 33's? Any interference issues? Looks nice.
 

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Thanks, tires are 33/12.5/18 and I don’t have any clearance or rubbing issues… I do have 1.5” spacers so that helps a lot
 


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