You’re telling me haha. Was supposed to be done a long time ago BTF is slammed. I just took advantage of being a kid with no bills or wife/ kids and it definitely paid off haha.Stoked to see this happen! This is the truck I should have built in high school.
Yeah that’s why I want to have the spares hang off the back as far as possible and also sunken into the bed. I only need to fit one bike in the bed and I’ll have a hitch on the back in case I ever wanna throw a second on there. The spare only really needs to hang like a foot and a half off the back for the back tire of the bike to rest on it.Something to think about. My buddy had a pre-runner Ranger and there wasn't much room in the bed for a dirt bike once he put his spare back there. He had his spare rack tied into his rear bumper and it would hinge so he could flop the spare down to the ground out of the way while he loaded his dirt bike and then he would flip the spare back up and secure it. It worked pretty good like that and he could squeeze two bikes in the back if he zip tied the pegs up. I don't have any pictures. He didn't have any shocks coming through the bed though.
I appreciate the suggestion but the purpose I would like to run dual spares is for the weight, not exactly because I’d need a second spare.If I can make a suggestion, I would only run 1 spare very rarely will you ever need two, included in that thought since your building a Ranger you don't have the bed space like the guys building full size trucks.
I appreciate the suggestion but the purpose I would like to run dual spares is for the weight, not exactly because I’d need a second spare.
And I’m not sure what you mean about having less bed space. Plenty of my ranger buddies run dual spares in all sorts of ways
Actually the stock color is green. The blue was custom. I sanded down the back of the face plates and used colored bulbs. I’ve been meaning to make a video on it. I just swapped out the bulbs for the RWBI saw on your Instagram that at one point the gauges were all blue. Assuming it was a stock faceplate, do you use a white bulb to get blue?