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  1. MyBrother'sRanger

    FORScan Terrain Management and off-road gauges

    My drive mode switch was delivered today. Cost was US$90. I replaced the 2H/4H/4L rotary switch with the switch with the TM (terrain management) button. I used FORScan to activate off-road gauges and terrain management gauges. Installation was super easy, only took about 5 min. Here is a look at...
  2. MyBrother'sRanger

    What a difference 22 years make

    My 1999 Ranger XLT 4x4 next to my 2021 Ranger XLT 4x4. The truck is now as big as an F-150.
  3. MyBrother'sRanger

    New 2021 Ranger XLT 4X4 Sport compared to 1999 Ranger XLT 4X4

    Just bought a 2021 Ranger XLT 4X4 Sport. Kept my 1999 Ranger XLT 4X4 with 268,500 miles. thinking of modding it into something I can beat up. Look at the size difference in the new truck versus the old truck. Both have the tow package and locking rear axel.
  4. MyBrother'sRanger

    Factory Tow Package features and specifications

    My brother ordered his 1999 Ford Ranger XLT 4 X 4 new from a dealer. It has the 4.0L, auto, tow package, 3.73 LSD, hitch, tow points etc. and is still showroom stock. Does anyone know if the tow package added a leaf spring or increased the lift somehow? Thanks.
  5. MyBrother'sRanger

    New to 4-wheeling

    Bought my brother's 1999 Ranger XLT 4X4 from his estate. Seems like a great mid-sized truck. 264,077 miles 4.0L V6, automatic. Went 'offloading a few times in San Gabriel OHV and on the local forest roads in Silverado Canyon. Would like to learn more about the truck. Vacuum lock front hubs...

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