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I would like to put a performance exhaust on my 2006 Ranger Sport but am having no luck locating any company that has one that will fit a Sport model. I first tried E-Bay, there were a lot that said theirs would fit, but when I asked if they were sure, that would e-mail back that theirs would not fit the Sport. I called Magnaflow and Dynamax and they both said they didn't make a system for the Sport and at this time had no plans to build one. I called Ford and was told the suspision was different on the Sport than a standard extended cab model. Can anyone point me in the right direction?
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There is an exhaust section. As far as sport or non sport after 06 it was mainly an appearance package. The suspension isn't really different.

I have an MBRP kit and like it.


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Personally I would buy a muffler of your choice on ebay or wherever and then have a local shop weld it in. Much cheaper and similar sound
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Personally I would buy a muffler of your choice on ebay or wherever and then have a local shop weld it in. Much cheaper and similar sound
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Assuming the OP has local custom exhaust shops. This ends up being cheaper most times as well. And it's exactly how you wanted it.

Mike...take a visit to your local muffler shops and get some quotes. Customer supplied muffler or shop purchased muffler. The end result likely will end up cheaper than any on-the-shelf system and it'll be totally custom. My cat back 2.5" in/dual 2.25" tailpipes Flowmaster Super 44 ran me about $275 all the way to the back.....and it's all tucked up nice and clean and hidden.....exactly how I wanted it to be.
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And just as Morris noted, the Sport is just an appearance package. Those companies/sellers don't know diddily squat. I'd go so far as to say if you've got an X-cab, any off-the-shelf system for any 98+ X-cab will fit yours. From the last cat back they didn't change.
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