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New Ranger in the Family

Stangman570

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One look at my Lightning Blue Ranger build my step dad lost it, lol. This is his new Ranger Supercab FX4. He traded in his 2010 Tacoma Sport 4x4. I installed the 3in Readylift kit for him. He went with 17x9-12mm Fuels wrapped in Toyo Open Country 285/70/17's. He decided on the textured bushwacker flares where I went with the smooth. He added the 20% tint up front only along with the flush mount window vents (vents aren't bad but not my cup of tea). Overall not a bad build at all. Trust me, mom blames me for all the money he spent. Bawaaaaa!!!

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One look at my Ranger build my step dad lost it, lol. He traded in his 2010 Tacoma Sport 4x4 for the Supercab FX4. I installed the 3in Readylift kit, and he went 17x9-12mm Fuels wrapped in Toyo Open Country 285/70/17's. He went with the textured bushwacker flares where I went with the smooth. He added the 20% tint up front only along with the fush mount window vents (vents aren't bad but not my cup of tea). Overall not a bad build at all. Trust me, mom blames me for all the money he spent. Bawaaaaa!!!

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That’s a good looking truck!
 

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Looks great!

The flares look a little odd around the filler door, I thought they would have something to attach to the door that matched the flare.
 
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Looks great!

The flares look a little odd around the filler door, I thought they would have something to attach to the door that matched the flare.
Yea they notched that area fairly well to prevent the fuel door from hitting. Honestly I'm glad they didn't fill that area. The trim peice would only attach to the lower portion of the fuel door and more than likely be a nightmare to keep it attached with 3m tape. Personally I think the front bumper to fender is where it looks odd. I've come to live with it as I'm not dropping the extra $$ to fill that gap. The new bumper install i have planned will take care of that. However, if it were all one color the fuel door notch in the flare would not standout so much. The black on white really makes that flare look odd at the fuel door. Not to mention the flares really help to keep the vast majority of dirt and mud from the door panels from the oversized tires. This is my Ranger with full plastidip

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AzScorpion

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Looks really good but there goes your inheritance. lol
 

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One look at my Ranger build my step dad lost it, lol. He traded in his 2010 Tacoma Sport 4x4 for the Supercab FX4. I installed the 3in Readylift kit, and he went 17x9-12mm Fuels wrapped in Toyo Open Country 285/70/17's. He decided on the textured bushwacker flares where I went with the smooth. He added the 20% tint up front only along with the flush mount window vents (vents aren't bad but not my cup of tea). Overall not a bad build at all. Trust me, mom blames me for all the money he spent. Bawaaaaa!!!

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That is one masculine looking vehicle, ever more so since it's a S/Cab.
Congrats!
 

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