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Unfortunately no off-set wheel will be enough, our system actually includes an all new suspension system with all new control arms (3" wider than stock) it then aligns with our 5" over stock wide body system.
Gotcha, no sense in buying a la carte then, they would probably look funny with anything different than your setup.



 

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I thought so. That was the first Ranger I saw at SEMA this year and my jaw about hit the floor. Sorry if I drooled on it.
HAHA.. thank you for the complements... please think of us if you want to build out your ranger, for what you get its more affordable than you think
 

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I was gonna call to ask but it’s a Sunday, I was wondering if you guys made the fenders, bed sides and fascia in steel instead of carbon fiber
 

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Hey George,

It looks like your front bumper could be both winch and adaptive cruise compatible (if the middle two lights were removed). Is this the case? Do you plan to offer a version of the bumper for stock fender width?
 
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What an incredible reply! This vehicle is the very reason we called it the RAMBLER, the goal through the entire process was (How to make it high quality and how to make it affordable) Not everyone can afford a $80K F-150 Raptor so how can we get a truck with comparable performance to Ford customers who are in the $40K starting budget range, and we did, inspired by the AMC rambler.
 
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I was gonna call to ask but it’s a Sunday, I was wondering if you guys made the fenders, bed sides and fascia in steel instead of carbon fiber
Great question, but unfortunately the answer is no. Hand shaping each panel would cost way to much and heavy metal stamping is reserved for large volume OEM's manufacturing thousands of the same vehicle.

We would love to have a conversation with you and others about the befits of how we manufacture our body panels. Its common knowledge that fiberglass panels being sold in the market fit poorly, crack easy, and overall they just do not last, this is because they are manufactured using fiberglass fabrics and cheap polyesters resin systems, and most of the parts are made with a thick surface gel coat that you cant see the air pockets underneath the gel... However, our Carbon fiber panels are made of the finest materials following aerospace grade manufacturing techniques, vacuum bagged for all air removal, and then heat treated in our oven, and are OEM fitting panels. They do not crack, warp, or get dings like metal panels. They are stronger and lighter than the original panels, we invite anyone to come watch how they are made..
 
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Hey George,

It looks like your front bumper could be both winch and adaptive cruise compatible (if the middle two lights were removed). Is this the case? Do you plan to offer a version of the bumper for stock fender width?
Hey there... Yes, on our trucks we relocated the adaptive cruise control to behind the grill, and all parking sensors fit perfectly in the bumper. And yes, we do have a stock width option. Please reach out to our sales team if you have any questions
 

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What is the weight difference in what you take off vs the carbon panels? Just wondering if you shave enough weight off to make up for the added suspension parts. I would be curious to see your final curb weight vs a stock truck. I love carbon fiber!
 
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What is the weight difference in what you take off vs the carbon panels? Just wondering if you shave enough weight off to make up for the added suspension parts. I would be curious to see your final curb weight vs a stock truck. I love carbon fiber!
That is a great question, when we finish our next build and before we add off road lights and other accessories, we will weigh the entire truck!
 











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