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  1. abelsep
    09-14-2014 03:11 PM
    abelsep
    whats up man, I saw that you changed your face gauges on your cluster. did you have any problems with the rpms needle getting stuck? and also the speedometer needle moves slowly when you driving around?
  2. ozzy44
    04-26-2012 07:13 PM
    ozzy44
    Hey man, I saw your build. Great job! Just getting my '93 put together and running, I was wondering what radiator you used.. I know you said stock 4.0 but do you remember the year or anything else? The location of the top outlet would really help my problem of redirecting the alternator.. Thanks!
  3. Teddyzee
    12-01-2010 09:53 AM
    Teddyzee
    My truck uses a Mustang harness, so it was "splice and play". The Explorer harness should plug pretty well, but a couple of EVTMs would be a good investment.
  4. bluto43
    11-30-2010 02:11 PM
    bluto43
    hey man the truck looks killer.i am putting a 96 explorer 5.0 in a 96 ranger splash and was wandering when you did your swap.did all the wiring harness just plug and play to the truck i have the harness from the engine and the computer and am hoping i can plug everything up and it run like it is suppose to.then have the computer programmed to my cam.i want to go to a 500 plus lift and am hoping the computer can be programmed to it.
    thanks for the info.
  5. shane96ranger
    09-08-2010 05:34 PM
    shane96ranger
    Hey, there are a couple of us who want to nominate your truck for Street Truck of the Month. I saw some pics somewhere a while back but can't find them. Can you email me some or post them at this thread? http://www.therangerstation.com/foru...112#post804112
  6. ranger joe
    06-25-2010 09:45 AM
    ranger joe
    how thick is the core on the rad you are using ???is the 2 two row hd ? thats 2 1/4 thick?
  7. dcwroth
    06-15-2010 03:47 PM
    dcwroth
    Cant find your build on the clutch cyl.Can you send it to me please? Thanks, Don
  8. droptopfox
    05-10-2010 06:01 PM
    droptopfox
    how did you do the clutch in your truck im trying to get all the parts together to do mine so it will go smoothly any help would be great thanks

About Me

  • About Teddyzee
    Location
    Nova Scotia Canada
    Occupation
    Musician
  • Vehicle Description
    Please list the details for your primary Ranger Based Vehicle (RBV). If you don't have a RBV, other vehicles may be used.
    Vehicle Year
    1997
    Vehicle Make
    Ford
    Vehicle Model
    Ranger
    Suspension Class:
    2wd
    Engine Size
    5.0L HO, GT40 heads, GT40 intake, 65mm TB, 1.7rr, Tri-Y headers, dual 2.5" exhaust, Flowmaster muffl
    Transmission
    Manual
  • Signature
    97 Supercab 5.0 H.O. EFI Tri-Y Headers T-5
    DJM 5/8 Drop
    Cal-Vu mirrors, Shaved badges. Explorer interior
    18X9/18X10 Bullitt wheels (275/40, 295/35)
    5.0 link

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