I need to find hinge pillars for my ranger. Anyone have any ideas where i could find them?
I know that they are hard to see in this picture, and i have to aplogize for that. A photographer I am not. Normaly my friend takes the pictures of my truck ... Show morefor me, unfortunatly he is in college now, so you will have to settle for my "beautiful" picture work. And as a random side note, I have also added a new tonneau cover, it helps give the truck a "finished" look, and keeps the little punk kids that live in my neighbor hood from using the bed as their personal dumpster. Show Less
here is what i had to work with. My dad bought this truck new in 1986. The only reason that he bought this truck was it was big enough for his quad and campi... Show moreng gear. He drove it to hell and back, then decided I needed a car, and that if I restored it, i could have it. My mission, fix up my dads old truck,and be the only kid at school who built their car. Show Less
Now after spending all the time to get the hood back on, I am very paranoid about the hood coming back up. So I left the hood lacht on, so that there are 4 t... Show morehings holding the hood down. The two hood pins, the safty latch, and the normal hood latch. It is not flying up agian. This picture just shows that the latch in fact still there, (and unfortunatly so is the anemic 4 cylinder, hopefully that will change soon though). Show Less