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Old 05-09-2008
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1993 Front end conversion?

Hi i didn't know where to put this but here is my question. I saw pictures of a 1993 ranger that had been converted to a 2004 front end and was wondering whats involved and what you would need to do it?

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It's a pretty involved project. I remember reading something about having to drill out the rivets in the radiator support or something like that and welding the 03/04 one in. I don't know if you'll need new fenders or not. Then you'll need a header panel, hood, head lights, bumper and valance. It's not a cheap project.
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