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Okay, Here is the first post of many as I start this project.

Current Mods:
Rancho Quicklift (Front)
RS9000xl (rear)
275/60r20 Cooper Discoverer ATs
Husky liner floor mats (front & back)
Husky liner underseat storage
Injen CAI
Color matched Tonneau Cover
Black Cross bed toolbox
Line-X bed liner

Future Mods:
Plasti-Dip chrome badges
Wheels
Tires
Who knows, but I'm sure more will come to me.
 

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Any chance of a more side profile photo showing the level lift stance? And if you can swing a photo the Husky under rear seat storage I would appreciate a look.
 

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Okay, Here is the first post of many as start this project.

Current Mods:
Rancho Quicklift (Front)
RS9000xl (rear)
275/60r20 Cooper Discoverer ATsH
usky liner floor mats (front & back)
Husky liner underseat storage
Injen CAI
Color matched Tonneau Cover
Black Cross bed toolbox
Line-X bed liner

Future Mods:
Plasti-Dip chrome badges
Wheels
Tires
Who knows, but I'm sure more will come to me.
Cool. I have the same Rims, had them powder coated "carbon black" I plasti- dipped the centers. They look good. will be putting them on the truck in a few weeks. Also plasti dipped the reflectors on the mirrors. I'm going to do the badges when I get home next time too.(if the weather up here smartens up)I just found out about the "dip" It is wicked stuff!!! I know,I know I could have gotten the rims in black from the factory, but it is a matt finish which look great when there clean but not so great when there dusty or dirty. The "carbon black" is kind of semi gloss, for me they seem to look better when there a little dirty.
 

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Any chance of a more side profile photo showing the level lift stance? And if you can swing a photo the Husky under rear seat storage I would appreciate a look.
I'll try and get some pics up this week. I've been busy every weekend trying to get my new shop built.
 

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Cool. I have the same Rims, had them powder coated "carbon black" I plasti- dipped the centers. They look good. will be putting them on the truck in a few weeks. Also plasti dipped the reflectors on the mirrors. I'm going to do the badges when I get home next time too.(if the weather up here smartens up)I just found out about the "dip" It is wicked stuff!!! I know,I know I could have gotten the rims in black from the factory, but it is a matt finish which look great when there clean but not so great when there dusty or dirty. The "carbon black" is kind of semi gloss, for me they seem to look better when there a little dirty.
I've been playing with the Plasti-Dip but haven't used it on the truck as of yet. I'm sure I will eventually when I get some time.
 

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How do the Rancho shocks compared against the stock FX4 shocks? I've been debating the going with the same lift.
 

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How do the Rancho shocks compared against the stock FX4 shocks? I've been debating the going with the same lift.
STdan, I've put almost a 1,000 miles on the Ranchos and IMO they are much smoother than the stock shocks. I have them set for about half way between the soft and hard adjustment and haven't made any other adjustments to them yet. I'm planning on doing some adjustments and running them on the lowest (soft) setting and then on the hard (stiff) setting and see if there is much of a noticable difference.
 

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Nothing that amounts to anything. A couple trailer loads of lumber from Home Depot and a few loads of brush and limbs from the house. Nothing with enough tongue weight to see a difference.
 

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I would also be really interrested in how well they tow and haul compared to stock form. I would really like to do ranchos but my concern is with a max tow pkg I will loss some cability if they are not tuned to match ... Might not be any difference so I am just wondering. Thanks for sharing.
 
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