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Big.....really big.....Ranger!

RatDog8o8

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Location
Des Moines
Vehicle Year
1992
Make / Model
Ford
Engine Size
2.9
Transmission
Automatic
Lookie what I found
 


bduke23

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Vehicle Year
1993
Make / Model
Ford
Engine Size
3.0
Transmission
Manual
I wonder if it would float with those huge wide tires on it... :icon_idea:
 

shane96ranger

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Vehicle Year
1997 / 1989
Make / Model
Ford F150-Stang
Engine Type
V8
Engine Size
4.6 Triton / 5.0
Nice looking rig! That must be "Little Foot".
 

bobbywalter

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Location
woodhaven mi
Vehicle Year
1988
Make / Model
FORD mostly
Engine Type
V8
Engine Size
BIGGER
Transmission
Automatic
2WD / 4WD
4WD
Total Lift
sawzall?
Tire Size
33-44
My credo
it is easier to fix and understand than "her"
when the trucks are retarded huge like that they need two tires to stabilize


my ranger with 44's and the smallblock floats but the hood stays down and it dont take long to kill the dizzy.

in deep water i am sure it would flip, but 5 foot of water i was able to cross. just not controllably.
 

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