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BlackBII's white ranger




Rock Auto 5% Discount Code: 7FA902352B4C01: April 5th, 2021

Uncle Gump

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Lead, Follow or get out of my way

85_Ranger4x4

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I assume what I hear is your hard earned sheet metal budget leaving your bank account. Looked to me he maybe had a couple pieces you need.
Actually not much.

Wiper switch would be nice but I finally found a nice looking one that works great. Fair price though.

Hard pressed to give up my nice looking "premium sound" dash bezel even for a NOS plain one.

I have a nice grille already.

But that NOS antenna... but also $120 and how might it be different?
 

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I've always enjoyed these little fixes. A couple of led's to fix the lights. Using a factory fog light switch and relay to power my roll bar lights, which is all powered by the factory Explorer rear defrost circuit. Sure beats running my own wiring, switches and relays, and it keeps the install clean. I almost have the dash back together. I need a windshield and I need to polish the paint.



 


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