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Old 12-05-2013, 02:43 PM   #171
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IMO Go for the chase rack, the roof rack kills MPG & tends to make wind noise.
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well here's the start of my pre runner, 37's, eagle alloy wheels, n-fab bumper, pro comp lights and glassworks fenders
I was thinking about doing the front end raptor conversion too; was there a lot of overlap between the end of the wheel and the end of the fender since the Raptor has a wider wheel base?
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I was thinking about doing the front end raptor conversion too; was there a lot of overlap between the end of the wheel and the end of the fender since the Raptor has a wider wheel base?
Yeah there's a significant difference. If you get a nice LT kit it will compensate for that.
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Yeah there's a significant difference. If you get a nice LT kit it will compensate for that.
Sorry, but could you clarify what an "LT Kit" is? Thanks!
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Sorry, but could you clarify what an "LT Kit" is? Thanks!
No problem man. I just mean a long travel kit. An average long travel kit puts the wheels 3-5 inches wider. Depending on what setup you get.
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my 2006 king ranch making it a pre runner for my Class 7s ford ranger which is being built on now new fenders coming in as well as interior momo steering wheel also prob going to change the seats and get a roll cage engine still need new costume headers and some other stuff still lots to do to it but so far this is it
what tires are those? Whole build looks awesome man
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