Alright, as promised a few months ago, I have finished the majority of the work on my truck. Here is a mostly comprehensive list of parts!!!!
2004 Ford Ranger FX4 LVL II
5 speed M5OD-R1HD
8.8" 31 spline rear axle
Rear Torsen LSD
Discs in the front and drums in the rear
All black interior with read seats
Bed sprayed with some kind of bed liner
Alcoas and BFG A/T's
4" Superlift front
FR36S Skyjacker rear leaf springs
Rear superlift shocks
ME00Stepside coilover brackets
Fox 2.0 Coilovers w/ Eibach 750lb springs and extended eyelets
Ingall Cam bolts
Daystar extended bumpstops
Dorman brake lines
Superlift front driveshaft
Torsen T2 D35 LSD in front
Moog upper a balljoints and control arms
Moog lower ball joints
Kenda Klever 33x12.5r15
Ion Alloy 15x8's w/ 3.5 B.S
Moddbox ranger supercharger kit
90's Eaton M90 (rebuilt and painted)
Moddbox intercooler kit
Pioneer 10" shallow
x4 6x8" Pioneer speakers w/ Carbon Fiber cones
Scosche 1F capacitor
Custom built box (by me)
220 Alternator with big 3 upgrade to 1/0 gauge wiring
Rockford Fosgate terminals
Reese Towpower hidden hitch
Spyder HID Projector Headlights
Trail Gear Sliders (yet to be put on)
Rigid LED Fog Lights
Front and Read Cameras
DeeZee bet mat
Sweet "Ranger SVT" emblems
Dynamat throughout the entire interior
.....And likely a few other things I forgot to mention.
I have yet to put on the front superlift skid plate and original skid plate above it. I also wish to fab some support bars for the rear LCA control arm, and build the mounts for the Trail Gear sliders. I also have a ding to get fixed now in the bed. It snowed hard and a family member came in the night and parked her white truck in my blind spot. It was covered by snow and I didn't know it was there, so BANG..... right into it. My beautiful truck............
Anyways. I bought the truck back in July of 2015. I put the system in it and did all the basic maintenance when purchased. During winter break is when I did all the good stuff. So far, it has all worked very well with no catastrophic failures. A few odd creeks from the front suspension since the install, and I have to pull the front diff back out to get the backspacing set properly (another thread is open on that topic). When I put it back together for the second time, I will double check all the bolts and welds for safety, and she will be golden.
The supercharger install went well, and I haven't had any problems. I am only running the 3.5 psi pulley with no tune. But I do have the intercooler, which helps. Bleeding it is quite difficult since I didn't use the bleeders on the inner radiator while it was exposed. Down the road, I plan on getting a tune, larger injectors, and putting on the 7.5 psi pulley that I already have from moddbox. I recommend Moddbox for any ranger supercharging needs. They have great customer service and expertise, and have a high quality product.
I have taken it offroad 3 times, and pushed it pretty hard. The combo of the mud tires with the lift, front and rear Torsens, and the supercharger to push it, the truck just keeps on diggin and rolling, mud or snow. It is freaking awesome.
Its getting late here, and I can't remember what else I wanted to type, so I will put all the pictures in here tomorrow night........tease....tease. Here are a few for now.
Ask away with questions and I will do my best to answer them. Many more pictures are coming.