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My '91 "Blue Ranger"


McFuzzie

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1991
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Ford
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4.0 L V6
Transmission
Manual
Here's my truck. Other than re-paint, suggestions and ideas are welcome. :headbang:





 


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r1hatman

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Lift, brush guard, lose the running boards and get some nurf bars and some lights for your brush guard. In a nutshell. Looks good though.
 

McFuzzie

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It's hard to tell, but it is lifted. Not very much (about 4-6 inches) but it is. lol. I'm waiting for school to start again so my buddies in welding can make me a brush guard. But thank's for the ideas :icon_thumby:
 

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Nice truck... i'd lose the the running boards in favor of tubes, slap some lights on that headache rack, mount a Hi-Lift jack (aka a poor mans winch) in the bed like this smart member did http://therangerstation.com/forums/showthread.php?t=89414&page=2 (he also made a really clean looking antenna mount too, a front receiver hitch would be nice to have too (maybe have that built in to your brush guard) for a good recovery point, and then see mod whatever else you find yourself wanting or needing. Welcome to the site and happy trails.
 


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