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Discussion in 'FordRangerLifts' started by Fordrangerlifts.com, Apr 23, 2019.
Those are BFG 275/70/17 - No spacers, no crash bar mods, no rubbing on a 2WD with Robs 3" level.
Looks awesome. Thanks for the info.
now you know your lift kit fits the 2019 wildtrak not just the USA version.
time to open for international orders hehehe
Just had my 3” level lift from @Fordrangerlifts.com installed by Westcott Design/Built last Thursday. I then installed my P285/70R17 Falken Wildpeak AT3W ON 17x9 Black Rhino Chase wheels. I removed the crash bars just to guarantee clearance. The ride with this level kit is so much better than stock. I highly recommend this kit.
i do agree ride after the install is better
i noticed less bouncy ride in my truck
That turned out great. I’ve never seen those wheels before but I like them!
Looks awesome! Do I see a shorter antenna on your truck? If so does it work the same as stock and what brand is it?
I meant that for dnymud
That is the Stubby Jr. antenna from Cravenspeed.com. It works extremely well. You will notice no difference between this and the stock antenna. I have used their antennas for years on other cars with great success.
3” lift from @Fordrangerlifts.com 285/70/17 Nitto Ridge Grapplers w/ 1/4” front spacers.
Have you had a chance to run those Nitto Ridge Grapplers on wet roads yet? Curious how they might compare to a Cooper AT3 XLT?
Thanks dnymud just ordered mine
I have, they are right in the middle. Not the best but not the worst. You can’t stomp on the pedal in the rain. You have to ease into it and she holds.
Thanks for your honest feedback. I indefinably think the Ridge Grapplers are a great tire and love the tread pattern and looks.
We get pretty mean rains here in central Texas, when it does rain, and water tends to puddle quickly on the roadways during those downpours. I had Coopers on my old Land Rover LR3 and they handled those puddles really well, but that LR3 was a heavy vehicle.
Not ready to make the investment in upgraded wheels and tires yet, but when I do I'm certain the Nittos will be contenders