Pics of my Truck with its new shoes and one of the stang

Discussion in 'Members Rides' started by BullitSN95, Nov 8, 2006.

  1. BullitSN95

    BullitSN95 Member

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    The Springs settled.. Winter mods include new front bumper and a repaint..
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    And now my truck..
    32inch tires, Cragar Soft 8 wheels, AVM manual locking hubs (rare) and Beltech shackles and Tbar Crank
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  2. Lightning Struck

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    stang looks good, the ranger does too :) I had a ranger before I moved out of my parents house, it was similar to yours though my tires were 28's
     
  3. 94darkhorse

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    Good looking truck.
     
  4. I'd never buy a truck < 1/4 ton...

    cool truck none the less
     
  5. xr8d302

    xr8d302 Active Member

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    Great looking car and truck dude!

    Greg do you ever post without criticism of some sort? :nonono:
     
  6. TxCobrA98

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    hey the ranger looks good. looks like a fun truck, its very clean. stang looks amazing too! love the chin spoiler and the wheels look awesome.
     
  7. BullitSN95

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    Thanks guys... And about my 1/4 ton truck... to wieght specs its considered a 1/2 ton..Rangers have always been 1/2 ton pickups. I dont know where you get 1/4 ton? I dident think there was such thing. The truck pulls 2 quads on a full steel trailer 100miles to state parks once a week. Goes off road like no big pos full size truck. And gets almost 25mpg ... What more could I ask for? .. If I dont have a need for a full size truck what do I need it for? .. Maybe if more people would think this way in this country we wouldent be soo dependent on gas..
     
  8. full-size pickups fall into three main categories: half-ton, three-quarter-ton and one-ton. Though the actual payloads may be larger or smaller than these categories imply, the base models of full-size pickups fall into the half-ton (or light-duty) category. This segment includes the Ford F-150, Chevy Silverado 1500 and Dodge Ram 1500. Three-quarter-ton models include the heavier-duty F-250, Silverado 2500 and Ram 2500. One-ton versions  the serious haulers in this field  are the F-350, Silverado 3500 and Ram 3500.

    I'm sorry I meant 1/2 ton... I fucked up... lol
     
  9. joshs95

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    nice whips :thumb: i wish i still had a truck every now and then but would not get rid of my stang for one tho
     
  10. Dalamar

    Dalamar Legend Retired Staff SN95 Supporter

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    Those bigger tires make your truck look bigger.

    Both look good :thumb:
     
  11. BullitSN95

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    I understand that.. but as far as I knew there was no such thing as a 1/4 ton pickup... I think Payload on my ranger is 1200lbs.. Not shure but Its gotta be up there.. I do put my 700lb ATV in there and the thing sits level.. soo it does not look like its working hard haha
     
  12. scarface

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    both look great! I wish I had a pickup these days :)
     
  13. 95CALI-5.0

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    looks good, love the chin spoiler