My automatic locking hubs finally quit on me. the transfer case shifts into both 4wd and low range at the push of a button but the hubs do not lock. I want to convert them to manual locking hubs (For obvious reasons) but I'm having trouble finding a kit. does anyone know of a conversion kit that...
So I saw this image, thought it looked cool, and I want to do this conversion to my truck. Anyone know how hard it would be?
I know I would need to hunt down a newer ranger to rob parts from but I'll be doing a 5.0 conversion as well anyway so i'm in no rush.
Pic of my truck now for reference:
Actually the 4wd system Subaru used back then essentially WAS a part time all wheel drive system. The term AWD hadn't been invented yet so it was referred to as either 4wd or Bi-Drive, Hence the name of the Brat (Stands for 'Bi-drive Recreational all-terrain transporter'). As for cvt, the dutch...
The guy running the show came up to me afterwards and told me he wanted to give me best in show "Just for getting that rusty deathtrap going and driving her 30 miles to the show". It was my daily before I bought the ranger. Only replaced it because it is in desperate need of a rebuild.
Has anyone done any sort of forced induction on the 2.9? I was thinking a California MAF conversion and a Centrifugal Supercharger with an electric clutch so that I have boost when I need it and Fuel economy when I dont. Any Thoughts? On my 1991 Ranger 4x4