What options are there for getting rid of the torsion bar suspension on the front of my '99 4x4 Ranger?
Some years back I bought a coilover conversion kit (basically just the mounts for the coils and shocks). However, those shocks seem to have gone up quite a bit in this economy.
I went through the hassle of replacing the vacuum hubs once. The new ones stopped working after only a few months.
After reading through all the pages on the links provided to you by RonD, I opted to go with the later live-axle setup. Not too difficult.
Now I have 4 wheel drive when I engage...
I stumbled upon this same package deal last year. The regular price for ONE 4ah battery was $99. Looked around the store for a bit in bewilderment. Well, can't pass this up.
The only thing that really sucks the juice out of them IME is the anglegrinder.
Thanks, Ron. That's a big help.
Should be relocating soon to out of an emissions straddled county.
Working on the Superlift install now, with the materials set aside for a custom flatbed.
Sgt, already counting on the custom part.
Thanks again, guys!
Howdy everyone. Not sure where to post this. Mods, please move it if there's a better spot.
I'm considering putting a 2nd fuel tank on my 1999 Ranger supercab. Somehow I got it in my head that a '85+ Bronco II fuel tank will fit between the frame, where the factory spare tire carrier used to...
I'm not sure if anyone would have an answer or not but...
If the rule of thumb says a lifted Ranger 4x4 can handle a 33x12.5 as the largest tire, if you go with a more narrow tire, can you increase the diameter/height of the tire? To an extent?