Desert_5G's Ranger Build

Discussion in 'Build Journals & Projects' started by Desert_5G, Jun 30, 2019.

  1. FULLSCALE

    FULLSCALE Well-Known Member

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    Looks like a blast! What brand of spacers are you using?
     
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    Bora
     
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    Did you have to trim the crash bars... sorry if I missed you already talking about this.
     
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    Take me for a ride!


     
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    Nope
     
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    How big of a hit on MPG?
     
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    23 ---> 18
     
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    This hits me in the gut every time I think about going to larger wheels/tires. I've become way to conscious of mpg.
     
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    Stick with 17" wheels and go up one size on tires. It will barely hurt it. Research tire and wheel weights if your that worried about it. My BFG's are heavier tires compared to others in the same size. Or BFGT haha is what I should call them. Adding a lift and changing the offset a lot is where it hurts.
     
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