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Updated on May 06, 2012
Finally painted the hood and grill.
I had my diff cover off to change the fluid and threw some paint on it.
8/10/08 I ended up with a mesh grille and an '01-'03 2wd bumper
7/02/08 I needed to keep my bed covered but didn't want to spend big bucks on a tonneau cover, so I built my own for around $20
5/26/08 Converting the '99 Sport to an '03 Edge
back in Wyoming, lining up to run through a puddle and up a hill.
5/10/08 I'm a dumbass, I fishtailed on pavement with muddy tires, lost control, hit a pole. You can see the pole behind the truck.
4/29/08 I cut off the exhaust after the muffler and welded up some hangers, so no more ugly tail pipe.
4/10/08 I made a hitch that tucks under the bumper to avoid the gap with a standard hitch on a body lifted truck. It cost me a little less than buying one and looks a lot better.
4/05/08 I'm proud of the little dirt boulder I ran over.
bad picture, but had fun taking it
4/04/08 Some pics in downtown KC.
4/2/08 ProComp tow hooks that replace the factory tow hooks I lost after I lifted my bumper.
4 door/ interior pic
Interior with way undersized box, but it gives me a lot of extra room. It's not very loud, but balances out the sound nicely.
Home-made gap-guards. I made these for around $15 vs around $90 for store bought gap guards.
I finally lifted my ranger, 3" PA body lift, and cranked the torsion bars about an inch. It has 33x12.50r15 ProComp All Terrains on 15x10 ProComp Series 97 steel wheels. All of this started with a cheaper set of hub locks,,,
Flex what you got
Went up to the Snowy Range Moutains, it was a bit to snowy for me, you can see where my back tires sunk a bit
Snow banks on the side of the road
Roger's Canyon, Wyoming - 3/2/08
My stock 1999 Ford Ranger 4x4, it had the vacuum hubs which I had way to many problems with, so I replaced them with the AVM manual locking hubs. It's kind of a pain to have to take off the hub caps to lock the hubs, but sooo worth it to know I'll have 4wd when I need it.
I had no idea those hubs would start a 'modification waterfall' once I bought hubs, I needed new wheels so I didn't have to pop off hub caps to engage them. Then I figured since I was getting new rims, might as well get wider rims to get wider tires, and I needed a lift to fit those on,,, results shown above, who knows when it will end.
I can't figure out how to make the text go on the right side, under the pics on the right side of the page, so any help would be much appreciated.
My truck the day i got it
next to my old car
Rugged Ridge formerly AVM manual hub locks. I got the PAIR on eBay for less than a single vacuum hub lock from Ford.
doing a little off roading in Wyoming
Tried to go up a pile of dirt,,, got caught up on the bumper
A little dirty
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This is a sweet truck, awesome job
nice truck. mine is getting there too. take a look at it. its a 1999 ranger sport
nice ruck, looks like it been threw a journey, check mines out
Nice looking tuck! my cousins live in olathe cool lilttle place
Wow, your ranger is awesome!
Have you seen this ranger community @ http://www.fordrangerforum.com
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