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Old 11-05-2007
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Great job man. What was the total cost of this, if you dont mind?
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looks sweet,i think your wife will be very happy.
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Old 11-06-2007
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I think it looks great, well worth the work.
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Total cost was probably more than I want to think about.

Seats and center console were 150
Sound insulation was about 150
Paint and materials were around 200
Carpet including padding and custom floormatswas around 200
Stereo was around 300
Headliner, sunvisors, adhesives, etc was about 100
Cluster and AC was around 50
OHC was 30, and the bracket was less than $20 new from the stealership
Front and rear windshields were around 200
Tinting was about 100
New door window trims were 30 each
New door sill trims were like 25 each
Grill was around 50
Chrome grill trims new were 50 delivered

So I guess it comes in at around $1700-1800 in total.

I guess thats about it...
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Can I make you what?

I got an extra, and I can paint it up for you...
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Are you tryin to get rid of that cup holder that goes around the shift boot?? Cuz I'll take it off ya
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Hey guys! He's got goodies left over!! Sound deadening materials!! Check out his site to see the pics! Don't let them go to waste!
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What would it take to get this.....
titanium colored guages
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looks great.

you needed to get that sound deadening stuff in the doors that is the best place for it.

btw did u clear the dash or something? whats with the clear SEM paint?
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i under stand the pain of a reg cab... I had those same seats but in gray.. put my seat tracks on it even and there was no way i could drive it.. i was kissing the steering wheel those seats are to thick... i have no a set of 98 seats i am trying to make work and idk if it will... trying to install my center console with buckets is turning into a major ordeal and its all in seats...
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I plan on drilling new holes into the seat tracks and mounting them a bit farther back. Not sure if it will do any good. But tiff is only 5'6 and she fits just fine, so its all good for now.

The clear is SATIN clear. As in it doesn't look any different than just painting it with no clear. I hit the kick panels, and the doors with the clear, as well as the center console. You can't tell that I didn't do the whole thing means its really good stuff.

Sound deadening in the doors is definitely on the list. But I have to replace the door speakers, move the current ones to the rear, and then apply it to the inside of the door, then cover up the whole panel. I also need to do the a-pillars and wire up the OHC. Lots of work to do for sure.

Then I have to put on the bushwacker fender flares....
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Old 11-07-2007
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Awesome work...just read through everything and the photos. I wish I could just strip mine down but I need to drive it daily!
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Only day I didnt drive it was saturday and the first bit of sunday while the dash was out. Otherwise, I kept driving it every day.
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Old 11-10-2007
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nice job on the Ranger...wish i had the patience to do this on my truck...but would also need another truck to drive in the meantime
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I don't understand why you would need another truck to drive. Just pull the dash saturday night, then prep and paint it, then sunday morning put it back in really carefully and throw the drivers seat back in. Thats it. You don't need anything to drive the truck. I drove it with no instrument cluster or anything in it. You need the bare dash, the pedals hooked up, and the steering wheel. A seat is also nice to have, but not needed.

This is funny...

http://www.nbc.com/Saturday_Night_Li...eo/#mea=166786
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Old 11-12-2007
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do you still have the shift boot i need it i dont have cup holders in my truck and need some lol stupid design
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Old 11-12-2007
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looks good......

how does the Explorer cluster work in the Ranger? is there any idiot light problems? does all the gauges work properly? the reason i ask is i want to get one for my truck, but i want to make sure it works properly...
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It works exactly the same as far as I can tell. I have not done any modifications, but then again I don't have any options on the truck to worry about.

So, in summary, it works just fine.
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