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Ransom's Slow/Budget "overland?" build

Discussion in '1st Gen. Builds' started by RansomFTW, Apr 24, 2013.

  1. RansomFTW

    RansomFTW [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Duratracs* (damn auto correct)
     
  2. RansomFTW

    RansomFTW [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Snagged a free set of used BFG MT km1's from work today. they have about 30% tread left on them so theyll do great as place holders for my next set and itll give me a taste of what it feels like to drive with a MT
     
  3. RogueTRD

    RogueTRD 'Murica

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    Purple bubble windows, hand crafted riveted white leather interior, stuffed white tiger head with laser pointer eyes, Sweet 8 track player with home speakers, 19" RCA color TV with laser disc player and Atari 2600. It's custom...
    Subbed, where are you at in Oregon Ransom? Hows the build coming along? You haven't posted in awhile.
     
  4. RansomFTW

    RansomFTW [OP] Well-Known Member

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    super late update; the truck was sitting on 33x1050x15 bfg all terrains, now it is sitting on 33x1250x15 Goodyear MTRs and I replaced the front suspension with the bilstein 5100 and toytech spring lift. It sits almost perfect now and it rights so much better.

    The next purchases will be plate bumpers, roof basket, and lighting.

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    Last edited: Mar 25, 2015
  5. RansomFTW

    RansomFTW [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Ya it's been a while. Lots of new stuff in the near future though I'm hoping. Posted a quick update, will post some more pictures later.
     
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