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  1. toolbox and rear seats added to B2

    toolbox and rear seats added to B2 The seat was aftermarket. My B2 is a rolling piece of rust, so, at this point all I cared about is doing a ghetto booty fab body lift for free (metal I had available - had to buy bolts for the body lift) and using what seats I had around. I think I used (4)...
  2. resource for hard to find LT235/75R15 tires

    A resource for hard to find LT235/75R15 tires in a real mud tread: https://www.tirerecappers.com/tires/mud-terrain-tires/lt23575r15-retread-competition-mt-copy/ I just received 5 tires for $504.35 delivered. 14/32 or 11 mm tread depth new, not as polished as treadwright retreads, and I was...
  3. 1988 Ford Ranger Custom Duelly - $11,500 on CL

    1988 Ford Ranger Custom Duelly - $11,500 https://atlanta.craigslist.org/sat/cto/d/locust-grove-1988-ford-ranger-custom/7431311046.html
  4. gaskets for lower thermostat are not in stock locally - stock up at RockAuto

    The gaskets for the lower thermostat are not in stock locally, so, stock up at RockAuto. I ordered 4 of each. Granted, the usual way I get the housings not to leak is coat the back and front of the front and rear gasket with the gray coolant Permatex, so I might question if the blue fiber...
  5. push rod replacement - longer rods? lifters no longer available ?

    Even though I have a newly rebuilt 2.8L engine in my garage, this (original ?) 2.8L is still running okay after 265,000+ miles in this Bronco 2. Some results from the original compression test before I converted to points, then Duraspark II. Compression Test: 2016-03-03 done cold after...
  6. ONE OF ONE FACTORY BUILT TEAM MACHINE RANGER NUMBER 500000 PRODUCED!! - $15,450

    ONE OF ONE FACTORY BUILT TEAM MACHINE RANGER NUMBER 500000 PRODUCED!! - $15,450 https://knoxville.craigslist.org/ctd/d/knoxville-one-of-one-factory-built-team/7315503525.html Never heard of it, but, thought someone might at least enjoy looking at it.
  7. Doing 2.8L FM-145 clutch to 4.0L - which slave cyl to use ?

    I am doing the clutch conversion with the 1993 Ranger 4.0L set up, but, the question is what slave cyl/release bearing should i use? The 1993 will require new plumbing, but, is the 1985 usable? The 1985 is WAY expensive, probably because it fits so few models, so, I may considering new...

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