Originally Posted by SniperX103
Just because it's a lot of work. You could save a lot of steps in my opinion starting with a 4x4 (as it's start higher as already stated), and will probably have a bigger engine and possibly if you got real lucky even 4.10's to start with.
But like I said it's your truck. And I can appreciate the desire to take your truck and turn it into what you want.
It varies I believe just like ranger's do. More then likely probably 3.73s. I would guess. Seems like that's a pretty standard gearing for a baseline model.
... well this was a nice deal on this truck and i have been looking for a ex-cab ranger so i got it.. so mim making the best of it!
me and a friend got on his gear calc. and found out if i got 3.73 gears in my rear end ( with 33's) that it would still even out to stock performance .. * in overdrive*....
..so if i can find a ford SUV rear end (8.8) of a year modle that fits my ranger with these gears(3.73) ... all i got to do is rebuild the rear end or do minor tweaks to it. and then i got strong enough rear end to support the tires for everyday driving and then some.
***now do ya agree with this statment?.. ***
. JUST WOUNDERING?
can i swap out front coils with a 4.0 v-6 4x2 ranger OR ANY RANGER WITH A BIGGER MOTOR .. for more lift in the front?