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Hey guys! My name is Jason and im from Virginia Beach, VA. Got invited via Cardomain to this site. Im a member of FRF also.

My truck is a 2003 Ford Ranger Edge. Its got a 3.0 V6, auto tranny, chrome yellow paint, and a bunch of other things done to it listed on my signature.
 

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Welcome to the site! Glad you made it! ;D
 

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Thanks for the invite! Today is actually the first day in about a month that I have checked my cardomain due to all the problems they had with it.
 

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Haha... I hear ya! I had a bunch of pictures and stuff on mine, but I think they deleted my account for inactivity... LOL
 

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dang. I figure I may get back into it. just got over 20,000 page hits and #2 in overall custom lighting rangers so hopefully all the bugs are worked out. I lost a ton of stuff on mine too.

How long has this forum been around?
 

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I started it about 3 weeks ago... traffic is really starting to pick up!
 

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wow. not bad for 3 weeks! where are you located?
 

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Columbus, GA
 

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Sweet, a southern Ranger! lol

Thanks Dyllan. Looking forward to doing much more with FRNet!
 

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sbgford said:
That truck is clean have you done any lowering to it or is the stock setup?
Its the stock setup. Edge edition with the 2 inch blocks on the rear suspension and stock T-bar height. Not sure if I want to crank the t-bar up or not... maybe in the future after I get new tires and all.
 

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sbgford said:
It has a really good stance...
Thanks. Everyone on FRF tells anyone with a T-bar to crank it to where its level so I dont know. I like how it is now so its just gonna stay till these new tires are worn down some.
 

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Yeah, a t-bar crank is a quick and easy way to level a truck... or you could level it by removing the rear block ;D
 

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Yea I do like the leveled stance, I'm looking at dropping the rear on my F-150 2" to level it to the front till I need new tires then it's going up just hate to get rid of good tires lol.
 

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Yeah, a t-bar crank is a quick and easy way to level a truck... or you could level it by removing the rear block ;D
I thought about it. After I get done with college, get commissioned into the navy, and have money to buy a vehicle to where the truck isnt my only means of tavel then I want to play around with it. Maybe crank it, see if i like it, and then drop it and take to blocks out to see how it looks. Not sure if i want the lifted look, the dropped look, or the look in the middle that the Edge version gives me. Desicions....
 

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I like lifted trucks but I baby this truck to the max when it comes to keeping it clean and all. Just seems like it should be a lowered truck at times.
 
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