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  • Jim Oaks

  • thegoat4


  • Ranger44

  • Dorian Thistle

  • Todd

  • Welcome to the Winter 2007/2008 edition of our on-line Magazine. Thank you to those of you who have contributed articles to make this possible.

    What's Happening?

    Changes - Where we're headed over the next several months.

    Technical Articles

    1998 Ford Ranger Heater Core Replacement - thegoat4 shows how to replace the heater core in a 1998 Ford Ranger.

    Homemade Explorer Snorkel - BLOODBANE shows how he made a custom snorkel for his 1994 Ford Explorer.

    Shifter Bushings - Ranger44 shows us how to replace the shifter bushings on a manual transmission.

    3.8 Mass Air Flow Sensor on 4.0 -  Dorian Thistle shows us how he used a mass air flow sensor from a 1992 3.8L Ford Taurus.

    Dana 44 To Dana 35 Knuckle Swap - Todd shows us how to swap out Dana 35 steering knuckles for Dana 44 knuckles and use 1/2 ton Dana 44 locking hubs.

    4-Link Tech - Measurements & Material Selection - This story is a compilation of research on setting up your own 4-link suspension.  It discusses how to measure, center of gravity, anti-squat, material strength of tubing and computer programs to assist you.

    Monster Truck Suspension Evolution - Marty Garza (Overkill Racing) discusses the evolution of the Monster truck from leaf sprung suspensions to the current 4-link suspensions.  (This is an old article that we dug up and brought back to life for our suspension topics in this issue.  We think it offers some good suspension insights)

    Featured Vehicles

    chico4554's Dana 44 Build - A look at chico4554 (Josh) 1993 Ranger with a D44 swap.




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