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Old 07-11-2018
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Can I switch item between to Rangers of the same year? 4wd/2wd Maunal/Automatic

Hi guys, I am new here and I joined because I have many questions. So, I had a 2000 Ranger XLT, it was a manual 4x4 with automatic windows, door locks, and mirrors. It also had torsion bars. I recently wrecked it, but happen to find another Ranger for sale. It was just my luck that it was also a 2000 Ranger XLT, it was even the same color and had the styleside like mine. I ended up buying it, and there are some differences between the two. This Ranger is a 2 wheel drive automatic, with coils and manual door locks, windows, and mirrors. It looks exactly the same and few people will know that I wrecked mine, but to me they are very different. I want the perks I had before, besides the torsion bars. I want my 4 wheel drive manual with automatic settings back. I have both trucks with me at my home. Can I just plug out and plug in or is it not that simple? Will I have to fabricate? If so is it easy fabrications?
 

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