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:
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
I read on another forum that I can run 93 octane as it's " a cleaner burn, better mileage and slightly more power. " Is this true? or maybe 88 octane is better? im currently running 87 octane, 10% ethonol.
I just bought this gem. 1989ish ranger 5spd 4wd. a litttle rough but not bad for 300 bucks. Its gonna be my daily but has a few problems. Mainly the speedo doesnt work and the tachometer jumps around like its having a siesure. any ideas?