So I sold my dirt bike, which was getting very little use due to my time being consumed with college life. Go heels
So now I got 1200 dollars laying around and some of it's just gotta go into my ranger.
My ranger is a rusty piece of crap that I bought for $1860, so I'm not trying to make it pretty. It has some rusty, mostly just a nasty rust spot on my rear bumper, so I might try to pick up a used rear bumper. I think I may also get new leaf spring hangers, they're not lookin too good either. Oh, btw, it's a 1998 2wd long bed single cab 3.0 auto 87k miles with fabtech lift spindles up front. It also has an exhaust leak/issue either in the cat converter or near it.
-Lift springs? I have coil spacers which I might put in to get up to 5.5 inches, but are aftermarket springs that much better? For the back, I've already got 2 inch blocks and 2 inch shackles, but I haven't found time to install these.
-Cherry bomb glass pack? Or something cool for my exhaust while I get that leak fixed. Ideas?
-Brush guard, I ripped off the lower plastic piece on my front bumper and the bottom of my radiator pokes out, I want to hide that maybe.
-Bigger tires? I have 31's. I don't want to regear, it's just not worth it for my cheap truck. I dont care if it's slow at first to accelerate. Maybe 33's? Would 35 be fatal to my truck w/ 3.73's? Let me state again I'm hardly picky about acceleration, I just don't want to hurt my truck. It rarely see's the high way nowadays.
-My trucks first transmission flush.
-New shocks all the way around.
What would ya'll do with 1200?