Originally Posted by dieselT4x4
If you're talking about the vacuum hubs, they're plastic pieces of crap. you're better off leaving your hubs locked. but more power to ya if you want the vacuum. just my $.02
No actually he is not. The TTB rangers/explorers had actual real hubs, not vacuum operated paper weights.
If he grabs a set of auto hubs from Rangers or Explorers that fall in the 1993-1997 year range, they are a direct swap. But they are garbage and I don't recommend doing it as they are weaker and very finicky.
If you don't like getting out to switch the hubs to engaged, I suggest you buy a post 1998 4x4 Ranger.
It surprises me how much RF people know about the earlier Rangers...they just assume they have always been the same suspension and use the same stuff...TTB is totally different than SLA IFS. None of it carries over.
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