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98-03 Ford Ranger Reflexxion Steel Cowl Induction hood

Anyone know if this hood will fit an '04??? I looked every where and it's like '03 is the last year for any cowl hoods.
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It will not, the hoods are different styles. If you swap in a 03 header panel and grille it will but I don't know if you want to go thru that much.

You can see how where the hood meets the grille is straight across here on this 03:

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And you can see on my 04 how its angled:

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ya sorry wont work.. but please post pics of your truck if its in the avatar it looks slick
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your missing the left front centercap
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your missing the left front centercap
gee thanks for noticing

These tires and rims are gone I'm picking up my new ones at bloomsburg next week. 35"x16" BOOGERS on 16" Mickey thompson classic 2's. When I lifted it and put the 20's on I wuz the only lifted truck around with em now everybody has em so I'm going back old school with the 16's
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How much block are you running on the back?
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How much block are you running on the back?
I think the kit came with a 3" block for the back then you use the stock one as well. I forget but I think when we lifted it we left the stock one out and the back saged so I stuck it back in and she sat just right.

Next summer I'm planning on swapping out my IFS for a straight axel then I'll go all spring.
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looks great expect what John said ^^ um block much. if you stacking like super lift said that is a HUGE no no.. leave the stock one and get an AAL and shackle lift instead alot less axle wrap..
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Here we go....The "Block Police" are here....


Be PrePaired my friend, you wont hear the end of it.


Truck looks awesome though, good job with it!
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Hey Steve, where in south Jersey you from? And where did you take those pics in the woods?
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Trucks looks GREAT! Welcome to the site man. LOTS of folks stack their blocks that come with the superlift.....don't let the "block police" get ya down. lol.

Definately think this is the first IFS Ranger i've seen with Iroks. Very nice.
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Ah the block police can say what they want and not bother me I built my truck for me to like! It's just a perk that other like it too I gess. The pics are all in my front yard execpt when I wuz on the dirt pile that wuz at my buddies mom's rental property. The one where I was doing the 4wheel burn out was at the old dump. Lit her up in to wheel got it stuck slapped in 4low and yanked myself right out. This thing has only had a strap hooked to her twice and that was to pull others out. I live outside Sea Isle city.
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This thing has only had a strap hooked to her twice and that was to pull others out.

Ah......that just means you ain't wheelin' it hard enough!
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Ah......that just means you ain't wheelin' it hard enough!
A ranger is also lite enough to damn near float on mud and sand. The last time I really screwed off wuz when some dipstick with a dakota got stuck in the mud at the dump and I was driving circles around him doing 2wheel drive burnouts in his ruts and making an *** out of him. Well I busted my left front hub! Ya got to remember this is a show truck that is a daily driver and even though I try my damdest to keep on the pavement some times I just can't help myself. When I start I normally go over board. Some tells me I can't make it thru that hole and I end up with a compelling erge to prove them wrong.
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wow nice truck how did i miss your intro thread lol
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