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here's some pics i took this weekend of the ST-Ranger... This was before and after conquoring the hill that the 4x4 chevy couldn't make... ;D













the hill..




 

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Looks good man! I rarely see that color around here. Looks good though!
 

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The truck looks great man!
 
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thanks guys!!! some guy here has an extended cab same color as mine.... he had some nice wheels on it, but last time I saw it he's got his stock rims back.. (unless he took the others off just for winter)...
 
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thanks man!!! soon as the weather breaks, i can get it cleaned up and take some better pics of it...
 
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Thanks cvalcore..... but it can be a lot cleaner....haha... like these pics... :)







 

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OOOooooo.... Shiny!!! Thats something my truck hasnt been in forever! lol
 
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if I ran out and took a pic of mine right now it would shame most of them... its covered in salt... I followed a dump truck to the store and he was moving about 70-75 in a 55 and it was 2-lane and everytime I got ready to pass cars were coming... I followed this guy for 8 miles on wet salty roads... My poor truck looks white...
 

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LOL. Mine looks blackish yellow at the moment. And the white lettering on the front tires arent exactly white right now! LOL
 
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i wish i had put the white letters turned in on mine - they're too hard to keep clean... they're always looking grungy.. LOL
 

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Very hard to keep clean!!!!! I love how it looks but it takes a lot of attention to detail.
 
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yeah takes too much time for detailing and sometimes I get a little lax in that department... lol
 

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yeah same here. and you cant use a brush thats too hard or the sides of the letters get ripped away in chunks and then crack too.
 
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yeah, gotta use just the right touch... but i'm not paying some guy to change them around, so I gotta live with them til they're worn out.. haha
 

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yeah, ive got 2 different types of tires on mine right now... just waitin for them to wear down to get me my dream set.
 
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my OEM set of continentals didn't last but just under 35k... i bought the truck with 28k on it, and they were literally bald before 35... i paid $350 for the ones on there now - got a set of cooper tires - they work for me - can't afford a set of expensive ones - since I have 2 rides to maintain and one income....
 

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yeah, OEM are Goodyear Wrangler RT for mine but they are terrible in the rain! Maybe when they are worn down ill have my dad's 17inch stang rims and get some Bridgestone tires on them!!
 
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continental conti-tracs came on mine... they weren't worth 15-cents in my book... I don't like 15" rims - really sort of wanted 16s at least but funds kept me from buying new rims, so I just got 15's but i got 235-70's instead of 225-75s
 
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