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Old 09-21-2009, 10:07 AM   #1
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Ok well I thought I would show off what little I have done so have. There are many more things to come like a 3" suspension lift. Taking care of the cheap things first though. Next couple things would be LED tinted tail lights and a light bar under the tail gate from www.stuffforyourranger.com.

v1.0 (Stock)


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A little off road action. Lets see the other STOTM trucks do this.



A little bit of flex


After I was done. Over all I had a blast.






OH Banner Hand Off

Bloomington, IN Hand Off



Who said the 3.0 was slow?

My slotted and drilled rotors



v5.0






Audio Stuff



Shelf needs painted but it works for now.

How it sits currently


Waiting to get ink done.


The name of shop fits I think.

What do you guys think so far?

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2005 Ford Ranger Ext Edge
5.go w/ 4R70W Transmission
GT-40 Heads
Torque Monster Headers
True duals w/ Flowmaster 50 series Dual Exhaust Angled out to the corners
K&N Drop in filter
Custom Drive shaft for 5.go Swap
5% tint
F250 Smoked LED 3rd Brake Light
Sony XAV 62BT Head Unit
Autometer Oil Pressure and H2O Temp Full Sweep Electric Gauges 'A' Pillar Set up
OHC
235/75/16 Widetrack Baja's
Blinker Mod w/ LED bulbs
LED Tail Light Bar
Slotted/Drilled Rotors
Herculiner Roll-in Bed Liner
HID Headlight and Fog Light Upgrade
(2) Sundown Audio SA 8 v1 running off a Kicker ZX 500.1 putting down 134.8 dB

To come shortly:
Color Matching the Intake to the body with Black lettering
AWD

After It Is Paid Off Plans:
Uncertain at this time but it will be a good plan and definitely unique.
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Old 09-21-2009, 10:20 AM   #2
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wow! i luv yur truck!
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Old 09-21-2009, 10:31 AM   #3
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Need to paint you front cross-member, other than that truck looks awesome.
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Old 09-22-2009, 12:16 AM   #4
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There are girls on this forum? Wow, I need to start reading when I'm not half asleep.
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nice truck i put HID lights in mine too. truck looks good!
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Old 09-23-2009, 07:40 AM   #6
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I think the ladies like my truck. w00t w00t!
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Nice, your doing something right. They might puke if they seen my truck . The cutlass on the other hand is a different story .
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Hollow Point v1.3

235/75/16


Smoked LED 3rd Brake Light


Hollow Point v2.0

Dual Exhaust (Flowmaster 40) Cowboy'd Up


I am going to call the outside good to go until it is paid off. The exhaust sounds SWEET!
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I like the exhuast! Where did you get that 3rd brake light?
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