Not quite following what your problem is, as far as "legs".
But NO, do not bypass fuse or fusible link, yes you can buy fusible links at auto parts stores or replace with in line fuse.
Here is the wiring diagram for '93 3.0l Ranger, see attachment.
Your '93 does also use fuses, so only 1 fusible link to battery(relay), my mistake.
Starter relay(assume you are calling this the solenoid) is the power distribution point for the 12volt side of the system, so alternators B+ will go there and be connected on the same post as the Battery's Positive cable.
And all the other power OUT wires will also be on that same post.
There should be a larger cable on Battery positive post that goes directly to starter motors solenoid, the starter relay on the fender just activates the solenoid on the starter in '93, it doesn't pass power for the starter motor itself, the larger cable does that.