Garagefabs’ 3.9L Cummins Ford Ranger

Filed in 1998-2011 Ford Ranger 4x4, Diesel Power, Solid Axle Swap (SAS) by on January 3, 2019 • views: 9634

One of the Ford Ranger enthusiasts that follow us on Instagram @therangerstationofficial is @garagefabs (Justin Randazzo) and his Cummins powered Ford Ranger. He’s built an impressive truck, and I follow his account for updates on his build.

Some of this trucks cool features are:

  • Unique Custom Front Frame Section
  • Cummins 3.9L Diesel Engine
  • 52mm Turbonetics Turbo
  • NP435 Manual Transmission
  • NP205 Transfer Case (twin stick)
  • 1979 Ford Bronco Full Width Dana 44 Front Axle (welded diff, RCV performance front shafts, Reid Racing knuckles)
  • 1990 Ford Bronco Full Width Ford 8.8-Inch Rear Axle (Yukon Grizzly Locker & Yukon shafts)
  • 4.88 Gears
  • Chassis unlimited differential cover
  • Dual Triangulation 4-Link Suspension
  • Corbeau Seats
  • Custom Console
  • Smittybilt XRC 9,500 Winch
  • ProComp Wheels
  • Cooper Discoverer STT Pro 40×13.50r17  Tires
  • Fox and FOA Shocks/ Coilovers (18″ FOA coilovers front and rear)
  • PSC Full Hydro Steering
  • 15-Gallon RCI Fuel Cell
  • KK Finishing Co Powedercoat
  • Tial wastegate
  • 3-row all aluminum radiator
  • Truxedo Tonneau bed cover

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As a Ford Ranger enthusiast who enjoys modifying my Ford Rangers for off-road use, I quickly discovered that there wasn’t any websites dedicated to the subject. So in 1999, I created TheRangerStation.com. What started as my own personal desire to help other Ford Ranger owners, has grown into a wealth of online information from numerous contributors. 20-years later, my commitment to the Ford Ranger, and the Ford Ranger community, is as strong as ever.

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