Ford Ranger Forum - Forums for Ford Ranger enthusiasts!

Go Back   Ford Ranger Forum - Forums for Ford Ranger enthusiasts! >
Forgot Password? Join Us!

Welcome to Ford Ranger Forum

HazardousRanger HazardousRanger is offline

Hazardous to Your Health!

Visitor Messages

Showing Visitor Messages 91 to 100 of 996
  1. RideontheEdge
    05-11-2012 08:11 AM
    I honestly did dude, but i got out in front of my truck the other day at my house and i realized how bad they are. I knew they were bad, but it just made me feel like an ass. Haha. I wanted highs again and i plan on buying some aux lights soon anyway too, so whateves. They gone now.

    Jenson's always has good prices! Check it out dude! They're both located down here so shipping should be about the same.. I usually get stuff from Pricepoint within about two days after ordering so i know they have fast shipping. Never gotten stuff from Jenson's but my buddy says they're good.

    Don't do it!!! I'd feel bad if you lost ALL of them after that. Hahahahahaha.

    This is true. I need to start doing xc again cuz then it'll make it a lot more useful and it'd be a lot more even for us riding wise. I'll tell him about it today at work!
  2. RideontheEdge
    05-10-2012 05:21 PM
    Dude, so i ripped out (literally) my HID's today and put in Silverstar Ultra's!!! Idk why, i just had the sudden urge to hate the HID's. So now they're in my trash. :P Anywho...

    Hahahaha. Wtf? That's pretty funny! What happens if a fourth is introduced? Do you just lose all of them? Hahaha.

    I honestly hate Jenson's new look now. I get confused as crap trying to find stuff, so that's why i like Pricepoint so much more.

    I think my buddy who i ride with most has an Android phone now, but the problem is, is that i'm way faster than he is (not trying to make myself look good either, i really am ), but i'll ask him to download it and try it out anyway.
  3. RoberticusMaximus
    05-10-2012 09:17 AM
    thanks! le tme know if u have questinos!
  4. RoberticusMaximus
    05-10-2012 09:16 AM
    personally, i'm a fan of the stoutest stouts and the lightest pilseners, so i am easy to please. But since i know you are a fan of ales, i think you would enjoy even your first batch. it gets better as you learn though.

    well...the lighter beers that i make seem to taste better than my favorite store-boughts, but i can't get the stouts to come out like guinness yet. almost there though.

    - my first batch ever was amazing! it was a lager with extra hops! when i opened a bottle, people across the room could instantly smell it
  5. RideontheEdge
    05-09-2012 09:56 PM
    I had a couple of them, but idk wtf happened to them! Hahaha. I guess i'll just go buy a couple more.

    Do it dude! For the price, it wouldn't hurt to try. Idk where to get them though, maybe try online first. Duuuuuuude, this guy that comes with a group of road bikers that go to my work a lot left his bike in back while they were riding... it was a carbon Cannondale Jekyll!!! That thing weighted like 30 pounds even will all nice components and that weird Fox rear shock!! I want one sooo bad, but it's like 8 grand or something retarded expensive. Haha.

    The compressors i use are pretty slow, so i guess i'm all in the clear!!! :P

    Fuhhhhhh.. there's no point for me then cuz i don't have a smartphone. Lol. I hate not having one but i can't afford to pay for one right now.
  6. RoberticusMaximus
    05-09-2012 10:25 AM
    ok ok 1 more thin:

    this picture is of an all-extract kit. the first can is 'hopped' plus under the cap is the yeast packet. the second can is just extract. that is all the ingredients that is needed. just find the beer type that you want to try.
  7. RoberticusMaximus
    05-09-2012 10:03 AM
    one more thing - when you look online at the extract kits, most of them require you to boil the wart with specialty grains and the hops, and then add extract - that is technically a partial extract kit.

    a real extract kit contains about 6.6 lbs (2 cans) of liquid extract. one of them is hopped, and the other is not. these kits are easier.
    - just add water and yeast and then airlock it.
    - wait till the fermentation stops and then rack into the smaller carboy and allow to settle
    - as it clears(about 1 week), then rack back into the original fermentation bucket & prime it by adding a little corn sugar dissolved in hot(boiling) water. then siphon into bottles and cap/seal them
    - two more weeks and the beer will be ready
  8. RoberticusMaximus
    05-09-2012 09:52 AM
    you can get all the equipment you need to do 'All-Extract' brewing for about $70-$100.

    6-gal plastic carboy - on sale $25
    7-gal fermentation bucket - $10
    sucker rod siphon - $10
    4ft tubing (needs to match siphon ~3/8" ID) - $2
    bottle capper - $10
    clip to cut off flow in tubing - $5
    (or a fancy needle valve that goes on the end of the tubing $10)
    bottles saved over the months - free
    (about the bottles - i like to use the flip-top bottles because they're thicker and you do not have to purchase bottle caps and cap them)-(you could also buy a keg but = more $)

    extract - $15-$30 (some extracts are pre-hopped. this makes life very easy)
    hops, yeast, caps, and other adjuncts - $10-$15

    I can write a rough process for the all-extract process ...
    anyway - i usually spend about $25 in ingredients per 5-6 gallon batch. that comes up to just under 50 cents/12oz bottle! it gets less expensive when you do 'All-Grain' beer. lots of equipment is needed though.
  9. RideontheEdge
    05-09-2012 09:30 AM
    Yeah, i have 2.1 Velociraptors on my xc bike. The rear does pretty well! It climbs well and i've never lost traction in the rear unless it's really slippery, both in turning and climbing. And they wear really well!

    I have a nice floor pump somewhere, but i just hate dealing with the stupid presta caps and whatnot. And sometimes it just doesn't work and it just ends up irritating me. Haha. I've heard that too! Idk if it's true, but i use my buddy's compressor all the time and it hasn't done anything bad.

    Fuhhhhhh!! And remind me again, do i need a smartphone for this shit? Haha.
  10. RideontheEdge
    05-09-2012 08:43 AM
    Dude, my 2.7 Nevegals are aggressive as crap. Haha. I want some 2.35 honestly. Be careful with sizes though, cuz my buddy with the Demo got 2.4 Conti Mountain King's (he went tubeless), and they're about as big as my 2.1 Velociraptors with tubes.

    I don't even know what psi i run... i should probably start checking it more so i have a baseline to go off of. Hahaha.

    Yeah, i'm not good at that. Haha. I get thirsty and i drink but i don't think i drink enough. It's usually just enough to get my throat back in shape. I heard you're supposed to drink like 8 cups a day?

    Really?! Shit, i'll start checking it out! I may have to do that if i start riding more over the summer.

About Me

  • Signature
    Ford Ranger Edge Supercab, 2004 3.0 Auto, 2WD, 4.10 Axle 31x10.5x15 BF Goodrich All Terrain T/A KO's

    My Truck Is My Mountain Bike's Ride!

    Class III hitch, Rhino Bedliner, Almost Maxed T-Bar Crank, Tuff Country Add A Leaf, Custom Low Anchor Points, OEM ('99) Tow Hooks, Pro Comp Offroad Lights , Mustang Dome Light, Clear Corners, Slim Toolbox, Blinker Mod,Cargo Brake Light Mod,Expo Lighted Visors, Ultra Silverstar heads/fogs, Fog/high mod, Reverse/switched lights, Bike Fork Mounts


Total Posts
Visitor Messages
General Information
  • Last Activity: 12-22-2015 09:19 AM
  • Join Date: 01-13-2011
  • Referrals: 0


Showing Friends 1 to 10 of 47


iTrader Profile Recent Ratings
Positive Feedback:
Members who left positive:
Members who left negative:
Total positive feedback: 10
View Complete Feedbacks for HazardousRanger
6 Months
12 Months
 Positive 0 0 0
 Neutral 0 0 0
 Negative 0 0 0