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Old 03-25-2010
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front cross member

The front cross member on a 93 ranger 2wd can that be cut out? Or does is it a stabilizer?
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you're talking about the tranny crossmember bolted to the frame?
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nope its right it front of the sway bar
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i belive it's a support/crossmember for the front of the frame.


heres a pic if you're not sure what he's asking about, its the piece behind the hitch that has two holes in it.
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no you cant just cut it out. if you replace it with something you can but you cant just loss it
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