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Rock Auto 5% Discount Code: 7FA902352B4C01: April 5th, 2021

lillburro

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here a few 2020 lariat 2wd level kit 285/6518 RBP tires Roush cai spikes on lugs gator cover raptor lights wrapped head and tail lights strait piped

Bov, bullydog programmer , red accents and flat black hood accents on the way
 

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posted twice my bad
 

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Very nice, Tires and ride height look great, Can you elaborate on the "strait piped"?

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removed muffler and resonator 3 inch cat back. might add a muffler i need it deeper sounding open to suggestions
 

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my 2020 has only 860 miles so far. the seats are more comfortable than the ones that were in my 04 Ranger
 

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bully dog tune , bov , amber fog lights, and some more red accents then wrapping the back to with with my buisiness and i should be all done after adding in a lill more bass
 

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Probably not everyone's cup o' tea. 2/4 drop, WildTrak roof rails, DiamondBack w/power locks and auto lighting.

Truck works for a living and dropping it makes bed, cabin and roof access so much easier.

Tailgate is the better part of 10" lower than my wife's FX4.View attachment 43828
But it might be my cup o' tea (y) Could you please tell me what Brand kit you used to lower it? Thanks.
 

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But it might be my cup o' tea (y) Could you please tell me what Brand kit you used to lower it? Thanks.
Made my own "kit".

Hand cut new grooves on a set of FX4 front shocks to lower the spring seat 1.25"

Had the rear springs re-arched by 3"at a local spring shop. Used 3 1/8" spring perches, new 2 1/2" u-bolts and a set of Jeep spring plates to flip the axle. With the new spring plates on top of original spring perches, used the u-bolts to dial in <.5 degrees of pinion angle and locked the axle into place.

Added a pair of early 2000's Nisan Frontier Rancho RS9000 shocks with Amazon sourced 14mm x 16mm aluminum tube cut to 40mm for the bushing mounts.

Final result was a bit low in back, used a set of Amazon sourced 1" lift spring shackles for the final rear height

Replaced the OEM foam bump stops with 600 lbs/in Timbren rubber springs spaced about 1" above the upper spring plate.

Set the Rancho's to max stiffness setting and am VERY pleased with ride and stance. OEM spring rates, the FX4 front shocks soften the front harshness and the Rancho's keep the back end under control.

OEM FX4 rear springs have a lot more arch than 2/4 WD springs and might be an option for the needed 2.5" - 3" "lift"needed for the axle flip.
 
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Made my own "kit".
Good job! I am impressed (y)

Waaaayyyy above my backyard capabilities so it looks like I'll keep mine stock.
 

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Here is my 2 month old baby. So far so good. I am planning on doing an exhaust and air box modifications plus a 2.5" riser for the front end.
It is nice and quite and comfortable. I added on the mud flaps and black nurf bars. I also had the windows tinted to match the rear windows. I like it a lot so far.
 

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