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How much would it cost for a SAS in an 01 ranger approximately?
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depends on what you want to do. I would say average would be 2-5K when it is all said and done, even though they are never done
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depends on what you want to do. I would say average would be 2-5K when it is all said and done, even though they are never done
Thanks.I'll do some more research .I'll probably never do it but it's fun to dream about lol
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