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Updated on May 06, 2012
This is My 1991 Ford Ranger XLT.
She's my baby. Started workin on it bout 3 years ago turnin it into my little street machine. Just a 2.3 stick but she can skoot when she needs to.
This truck has quite a few modifications on it. I painted it this custom Red a couple years ago. Cold Air Intake, with a Thrush high flow exhaust system. Clear Front Markers. Eclipse Tail Lights. Lund Solar Visor with Custom Covers.
Neon Grill, Under Dash, and above Subwoofers. 2 10" Competition Series Audiobahn Subwoofers 800 Watt RMS Audiobahn Amplifier. Sony Explod 200 Watt Head Unit. Custom Built Center console and Subwoofer Enclosure. White Face Glow Gauges.
I've made two different Grille's for the truck now, the one shown is the older one. New one is painted black behind the crome with a tighter mesh pattern.
Rolling on MTB Motoring 15" Wheels wrapped in BF Goodrich Radials.
And here are a few more random pics.
The truck also has air suspension on the back, wiring harness and lowering hitch mount. Also a work box and spray in bed liner. I've done all the work on the truck from bumper to bumper and damn proud of it!
These pictures are kinda old, i've done alot more work to the truck since like a new chrome diamond plate box with a custom build tonnaue cover to fit.
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Thanks for the comments, I kinda forgot about this page since the truck has been gone almost 4 years now.Yes I did build the box, mainly designed it to utilize all of the available space. It was stupid loud to listen to though and my dad thought it made a great change holder.The truck did not have a lift, just air shocks on the back which gave it the rake. The tailgate was an aftermarket replacement i picked up from a local shop when I repainted the truck.As for cutting the driver seat, i removed the seat and cut of the reinforcements for the middle seat. Once they were removed I worked on molding the foam to the new layout until it was smooth and matched the passengers seat. After that I cut the upholstery and sewed it back together in the front corner so that it was nice and tight around the foam. The rest of the fabric was tucked under the seat rail and tightened down so it was out of the way and taught. Couldn't even tell it wasn't meant to be that way.
how did you bild that box? i like that man !
Great looking truck! I just purchased a 91 Ranger 2x2 extended bed as a mule for all of the projects that come up around the house. Everything on it is original and the interior is near perfect which is was the primary reason I decided to buy it. The truck has become a project and I'm now buying aftermarket parts to dress it up. Do you have a small lift on your truck? Yours seems to sit a bit higher than mine. Also, did you swap out your rear tail gate, or just remove the metal plate? Thanks!
Cleant truck! I would like ot know more about you cutting the driver side bench seat.
Looks nice! I like it.
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