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ok well im new to rangers infact i dont even own one right know. im looking at a 4wd 92 with the v6 and manual trans. its an extended cab. i want to buy it because the guy wants 225. the trans is shot. i was looking for any info on the truck before i buy it. i need to find a trans because it doesnt even have one in it. i live in michigan. so if anyone knows of any plz let me know. im 16 and i own a bronco i just cant afford to drive iot everyday. but i dont want to jump into a ranger and not save any money cause parts are expensive. any help is great thanks
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The parts shouldn't be too much for just a trans, if thats all you need. What v6 is it? Also do you have to buy a whole new clutch also? If the engine is healthy, body is decent, thats a deal. Also electric or manual t-case? hubs? If no trans does that mean no t-case? Really I'd call the local j-y to see what a trans/manual t-case is gonna cost.But strong running 4.0 (not a big fan of 3.0) and good body is a deal with all running gear intact.
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im not shore what engin. all i know is its a 6. i no the tcase was sitting in the bed and the body is ok. i just need something better on gas than my bronco. its got 12 inch lift and i need something pratcical. im not shore what parts run for a ranger because ive never owned one. im 16 and right now i dont have a job so im dealing with what i have saved. i can get a trans. 75 for the entire thing at parts galore. you go and pull what you want off the lot and bring it to the counter.
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Yea parts galore is a wonderful place, you can kill a good amount of time there, but atleast all the trucks are in the front. The 92 is pretty simple to work on and if ur already firmiliar with that yard you can get most ne thing you need for it there. Sounds like a good deal though.
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yeah a tranny and clutch aould be well worth the 225 bucks if everything else is solid.
does it have a 3.0 or 4.0? how many miles on the engine? rust? I would get it
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I can't remember the guys name. But there is a R-F guy right here on our side of Det. (does trannies for a living)

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yea thanku im goin to take another look at it saturday so that will help me decide a little better
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