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Cobra front brakes--OR

This front setup is low miles and came off a newer cobra, so it has the larger pistons. This is perfect for you guys who have bought the modified hub and caliper bracket to use on your Ranger. The rotors look really good; no groves or valleys and definitely show their low mileage. The pads still have a lot of life left. Overall the calipers look great.
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$320 shipped on this front setup.
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What do you mean by a modified hub and caliper bracket? What would I need to buy to make this work?
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For us 2wd coil sprung guys, there is someone that makes a modified hub and caliper bracket we can buy and everything bolts on.

However, for torsion front ends (or coil over'd equivalents, lol) are SOL. But if you can make a bracket, they'd work great on your trucks.

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For us 2wd coil sprung guys, there is someone that makes a modified hub and caliper bracket we can buy and everything bolts on.

However, for torsion front ends (or coil over'd equivalents, lol) are SOL. But if you can make a bracket, they'd work great on your trucks.

check it:
https://www.ranger-forums.com/f59/ho...version-98833/
So that's why I didn't know what you were talking about. One of these days I'll ask you about something I can actually use.
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Notice the shop was clean Grant? lol
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Notice the shop was clean Grant? lol
No. wut are you talking aboot?
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