Calling all Ford Rangers!

thethePete

Explorer
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I did a thing yesterday. Minor details to sort out including a 2-leaf add-a-leaf, but it drives well. 10" of travel in the rear and I didn't measure the front but I'm in the 8-10" range

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thethePete

Explorer
Pulled the overload and added an extra leaf into the pack yesterday at the end of my shift. Need to get new wedges, these ones cracked already somehow. That's fine though, I still want to do my shackle flip and I need to install limit straps yet, so I have to go back in regardless. God bless turning your DD into a project.
 

thethePete

Explorer
Oh, I'm aware, it was just an "oh. ****. Well looks like it's going back together like that for now" kinda thing. They'll get replaced when I do my shackle flip. They felt like junk out of the box, but they were on the leaf packs already so I just used them. The angle is good, they're just cheap wedges.

Sits perfectly level now, and rides fantastic. Will post pics when I get a chance, but it really doesn't look much different...
 

calicamper

Expedition Leader
Wow nice set up!
The st cab little ranger has a special place in the great trucks list. I had a 89 but it was a short bed 2.9L v6. Sold it with 190,000 miles on it. Should have kept it.
 

Pascual

New member
Here is mine. Included is a 2.9 on 260k+ miles, no ac and manual door lock and window conversion. Entering highways has to be carefully executed but I wouldn't trade it for anything

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BrennMan

Observer
Saw this today at Louisiana State University. Pretty sweet looking rig. Pretty comparable in size to Colorado and Tacoma. I just hope they bring the diesel and put pressure on Toyota. Sweet ride nonetheless.
 

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killrory

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New here, my Px ranger from aus, still has a long way to go next stuff to come is a good set of sliders and a canopy for the tray.
Hope ford gets these to the US asap so there will finally be a good option for after market parts.
 

kale2s

New member
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Heres a shot of mine, 4.0 4x4 with about 4 inches of lift total on 285's and a few other mods. Truck is tons of fun and been quite a few places. Just joined here looking to do a bit more road tripping/exploring.
 

Travelin _man

HEY HEY HOCKEYTOWN!!
Here are some of my old rangers a my old Bronco II. The Bronco was first, then the 95 Ranger then the 89. The 88 BII was a 2.9L 5 speed Manual with manual hubs and manual transfer case. Bought ouf of West Toledo, OH for $2100.00. She had no rust. The 95 Ranger was a 3.0L 5 Speed Manual with manual hubs and the flip switch 4 wheel drive, Picked that up out of White Lake, MI for $1900 with no rust. And my 89 was a 2.9L Auto with push button 4 Wheel drive. She was rusting but I got her in a trade deal.
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Here they are all cleaned up!!

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