SVCOFFROAD Ranger Build thread

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  1. treimche

    treimche Well-Known Member

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    But are they necessary at a certain lift height?
     
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    I would imagine anything above 2" of lift will begin to put the factory ball joint at undesirable angles. From experience shock brands like Fox would specify Upper Control Arm being needed with there 2-3" lift coil overs. Also Our aftermarket arm allows for more alignment adjustment which would be needed the higher the front of the truck goes up
     
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    Added the pedal commander over the weekend! Just like the Raptor, huge improvement in drivability and pedal response especially with the larger tires. Feels as if the truck was re-geared and gained more pep in her step then stock

    Should have been one of the first things on the mod list. easily one of the best bangs for the buck. Will be adding this under the ranger section at
    Svcoffroad.com today with checkout code for 5G Users

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  4. IL8APEX

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    Bumping this up in anticipation of some bumper pics... You know the ones!

    -Tom
     

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