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Old 01-23-2007
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brush guard mounted, lower valence removed, pics

So my friend and I (thanks a bunch Jon!!) spent around 8 hours with a bit of torching, welding, and fabbing, but we finally got the brush guard on.

It was $25; let me know what you think...

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looks ALOT better
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I'm kind of confused that you are posting this now, but the pics are time stamped in 04.... camera time way off? Or just older pics?

Anyway, trucks looks way better with the valence off and the brushguard on. Now just lift that beasty!

Haha... j/k. Truck is looking pretty good for a 15 year old.
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camera's clock got reset...the pics were taken 1/23/07

but thanks for the comments...the brush guard isn't that aggressive looking, but for a '91 ranger, I didn't want to spend $200+ on a mod...so for what I paid ($35 w' hardware), I like it a lot
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looks good!
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thanks...the more I look at it, the more I like it
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looking good
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Looks lik a totally different truck! I like the old wheels better, but it still looks good!
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lookin real good. that is what mine should have looked like.......(if I hadnt smashed into that mailbox)
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looks great much better without that lower valence, and thats a good deal on the brush guard, looks real good, i would swap the bigger tires onto the older wheels
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looks good
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looks good man!! id say maybe a little lift would look really mean!
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thanks for the comments guys...here is an update with some lights mounted (although not wired)...and yes I'll straigten them soon

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more pics here:

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kool i like it
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hey bhavesh, do you plan on selling it when you get a taco?
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the ranger? yeah
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