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Here's my B2 (also doubles for Budget Built )





And yes. Those are 36" bias Military tires. No lift either.

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LOL.. I guess that thing only goes forward and reverse! What kind of space is there from the top of the tire to the bottom of the fender. Looks like 2" max. Thats insane! Thanks for sharing!




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2-3" of vertical travel, it barely clears everything on flat ground until full steer lock then it rubs. I'm lookin into a 4" coil spacer and 4" blocks, swapping the front 28 for a 35 assembly, and an 8.8 for the rear. all free stuff laying around.

Took it out in the old runoff on the corner of my property and got er stuck. stuffed the rear tire into the fenderwell and that was it lol

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damn son! now thats stuffed wheel-wells

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Now you have your very own section!




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You should remove the roof and make it look like the old school broncos.




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You should remove the roof and make it look like the old school broncos.
I would if I could make it rigid, read everyone else does that and the cab starts falling apart. Plus I chose this rig for the back seats. Gotta have one for my rug rat, and then one for my girly friend If I ever find one.

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Keep the seats kill the roof! I guess this will be your little girls first car?!




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Keep the seats kill the roof! I guess this will be your little girls first car?!
Hell no! She'll get that old black ranger, 91 single cab 4.0 with a long bed. No way in hell that kid is getting a back seat!

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Sweet! That'll teach her!






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