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00Frankenstein’s 2006 Ford Ranger Regular Cab

Last Of A Dying Breed

00Frankenstein’s 2006 Ford Ranger Regular Cab
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  • Nov 14, 2013

3/1/10: Update: So i got the OHC installed and the ambient air temp sensor wired properly, man what a difference i really like the look of the truck no ... more

Another 00Frankenstein 2006 Ford Ranger Regular Cab post...
  • Nov 14, 2013

3/20/10:  Update: I have installed the EATC and have a couple bugs to work out but other than that I am very pleased with the outcome and will post pics and upd ... more

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  • Nov 14, 2013

4/27/10:  Update: Installed dual 10" electric fans with a/c turn on and temp lead in the radiator. Man what a difference in the power and throttle resp ... more

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  • Engine Size
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  • HP
    140
  • 0-60 Time
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  • Weight
    3790
  • 1/4m sec
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  • Torque
    -1
  • Top Speed
    107 mph
  • Exterior Color
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  • Interior Color
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  • Cooling & Heating Advance Auto Parts Radiator Fan

    Date Installed
    Jan. 1, 2011

    Installed 01/01/2011

    I started by removing the stock radiator clutch fan, then, after loosening the radiator slightly, I began sliding the new fans into place with the supplied mounting hardware one 16 inch fan on the engine side, and a 10" fan on the condenser side. after they were mounted and the radiator was reinstalled, I made the wiring connections to the dual fan relay. After testing the fans to make sure they were wired properly, I hid the wires as best as possible, then reinstalled the factory fan shroud for that extra vacuum effect on the radiator to ensure proper cooling.

  • Interior & Accessories Ford OEM Interior Trim

    Date Installed
    Jan. 1, 2011

    Installed 01/01/2011

    Electronic Air Temperature Control: I started by doing research to see what would be needed to do the install on my truck, then after collecting all the sensors w/ wiring and the unit itself, I went through the wiring connections one by one until it had them all connected, then I tested the unit and actually found out that it worked on the first try, however over half the bulbs were blown out, I still have yet to remedy this issue...

  • Interior & Accessories Ford OEM Interior Trim

    Date Installed
    Jan. 1, 2011

    Installed 01/01/2011

    Auto dim mirror with auto lamp feature. I started by getting my wiring diagrams figured out, then ran the wires through the headliner and hooked them to the relays. After connecting the wiring to the mirror, and the wiring in the truck, I just stuck the mirror in the factory location, and tested the mirror for functionality

  • Interior & Accessories Ford OEM Interior Trim

    Date Installed
    Jan. 1, 2011

    Installed 01/01/2011

    First I had to remove the driver's seat and install the front mount bracket on the dash board, then measure and locate the rear bracket of the console then mark and install self tapping screws to hold the bracket in place, then I finished the console up by putting the shell and parts back together, then I had to "mod"(cut up) the old factory 60/40 seat and then sew the side back together, then I just reinstalled the seat.

  • Mobile Electronics Kicker Amplifier

    Date Installed
    Jun. 1, 2009

    Installed 06/01/2009

    Ripped all factory wiring and preexisting wiring out of the truck, then went back with kicker wiring, 4 channel amp, and component front speakers

  • Mobile Electronics Kenwood Head Unit

    Date Installed
    Jun. 16, 2009

    Installed 06/16/2009

  • Tires Fusion Tires

    Date Installed
    Jun. 1, 2009

    Installed 06/01/2009

    Ripped off old stock rims with 31x10.5x15 tires off and went back with niche rims wrapped in Fuzion ZR1 255/45/17 tires

  • Wheels Niche Wheels

    Date Installed
    Jun. 16, 2009

    Installed 06/16/2009

  • Exhaust Cherry Bomb Exhaust

    Date Installed
    Jun. 1, 2009

    Installed 06/01/2009

    I began by removing the factory muffler, a saws all was very helpful in this step. then after removing the muffler i put in the pipe needed to connect the factory exhaust to the now shorter and skinnier cherry bomb muffler, via stick welder, then after sliding the assembly on the factory pipes I welded them together, still have a slight exhaust leak but will be fixed at a later time with another mod.

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Comments (50)
  • sean9721
    Not a bad truck. I like the color. 5 stars.
  • pajeroboy
    loving that nice ride you got there!!!!
  • 02RangMan
    Truck has a nice color, cant wait to see it after the drop and the wheels, Cool truck.
  • lilwhteranger
    thanks man. the truck has alot of poetential. i just finished my amp rack. i got sum more pics that i gotta upload. so keep up the good work and keep me updated. 5 stars.
  • StolenHeron
    nice ranger! 5 stars, come check out my 2004 Land Rover Discovery II SE7 sometime.
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