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CrazyWhiteBoy 1997 Ford Ranger 4×4 SAS
CrazyWhiteBoy 1997 Ford Ranger 4x4 SAS

CrazyWhiteBoy 1997 Ford Ranger 4×4 SAS

Filed in 1993-1997 Ford Ranger 4x4, Solid Axle Swap (SAS) by on November 27, 2011 • views: 3374

This 1997 Ford Ranger 4×4 is owned by forum member CrazyWhiteBoy. It’s powered by a 4.0L V6 that’s backed by a 5-speed manual transmission and BW1354 manual transfer case. After years of abusing the Dana 35, he decided to upgrade to a full width Dana 44 front with a Ford 9-inch rear. The front axle […]

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RTR 2020 Ford Ranger views: 165

LAS VEGAS, Nev. — With the Ford Mustang RTR and F-150 RTR having solidified their place in the market, RTR Vehicles debuts the new 2020 Ford Ranger RTR, the second pickup truck offering and third Ford vehicle model available for purchase today on rtrvehicles.com and at select Ford dealers globally. The new Ranger RTR is able to be […]

Jeff Conner’s 1994 Ford Ranger 4×4 views: 1057

Jeff Conner contacted me through our facebook page, and shared some photos of his 1994 Ford Ranger 4×4. Even with just a quick glance, how can you not like this Ranger riding on a solid front axle and 44-inch tires? Jeff wanted to build a rock crawler on the cheap, so he mounted the Ford […]

Tjin Edition Ford Ranger views: 963

Father and son designers Neil and Collin Tjin are at it again. Their 2019 Ford Ranger Tjin Edition features a wide low street-ready stance. Following up their purple RTR Ford Mustang from the 2018 show, the Tjins were looking to create their unique take on Ranger, going the opposite direction of a lifted Ranger, which […]

Advanced Accessory Concepts Ford Ranger views: 323

The Advance Accessory Concepts Ford Ranger was voted as one of the top ten overland vehicles at the 2019 SEMA show held in Las Vegas. Advanced Accessory Concepts has taken a 2019 Ford Ranger XLT and transformed it into the must-have accessory for exploration. The truck, boasting AFN bumpers, skid plate, rock sliders and Ford […]