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Cummins 4BT Ranger
Cummins 4BT Ranger

Cummins 4BT Ranger

Filed in 1983-1988 Ford Ranger 4x4, Diesel Power, Solid Axle Swap (SAS) by on June 14, 2017 • views: 715

This 1988 Ford Ranger 4×4 is owned and built by Rich Dunning of Smyrna, DE. Here is a break down of the vehicle as provided by Rich: Engine: 1999 Cummins 4BTA Turbo Diesel (pulled from a commercial box truck) (Cummins 4BTA Turbo Diesel) (All cleaned up and painted) Transmission & Transfer Case: 1988 Ford F150 […]


1999 Ford Ranger Powerforce Concept views: 360

Not all concepts reach for new expressions, forms, technologies or structures. Some, in fact probably most, are mildly-altered recognizable variants of production vehicles. Tailored to specific applications, markets or styles, these concepts seek to explore the market’s acceptance of mild alterations or reactions to hints of coming features. Ranger Powerforce is one such hint of […]

2001 Ford Ranger 4×4 Overlander views: 652

This 2001 Ford Ranger 4×4 was purchased with the intended purpose of being a work truck, but it didn’t stay that way long. After exploring the options for lifting this Ranger, the owner chose to add a 3-inch body lift along with some 33×12.5×15 Goodyear Duratrac tires, and smoothed out the ride with Bilstien HD shocks. […]

The 1st 2019 Ford Ranger Rolls Off The Line views: 4651

The production of the Ford Ranger is getting closer. According to this article at @FordOnline; Wayne, MICH., – Anticipation is building at the Michigan Assembly Plant. From all the talk, to the ongoing construction in the plant, the Ford Ranger is top of mind. The excitement reached a new level as the first 2019 Ranger […]

Ford Hints At Ford Ranger Raptor For The U.S. views: 1435

The new Raptor Ranger was unveiled Wednesday (02/07/2018) at a press conference in Thailand, and Ford took pains to say that what you’re seeing is the Asia Pacific market version of this truck. The question everyone is asking though, is whether the Raptor version will be offered here in North America. That’s still to be […]