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Old 04-20-2014
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2000 /1996 body swap

Just as the title says I'm thinking on buying a 4x4 96 ranger and taking the cab motor every thing off of it and putting mu 2000 body motor and all on to the 4x4 frame.

Reason my 2000 ranger is done up as a prerunner disk break rear axle fenders built 5.0 5 speed out of f 250 2010 grill swap it's every thing I want except twin beam axle up front has the **** ty a arm all so sends thinking of doing this being able to have 4x4 might be nice in the winter because Un like most of them this truck is street legal kinda and I use It as a dd.

So what do you guys all think basically want to do a frame swap and enjoy any one ever done this or have an you i'm put starting to look for a good frame possibly a good runner and swapping every thing out and parting out the stuff I don't want or need ???
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