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  • About My91Ranger
    First Name
    Roseville, Michigan
    1990 Ford Ranger
    Last Name
    Vehicle Modifications
    Truck Specs:1990 Supercab

    Tires/Wheels:33" Mickey Thompson Baja Claws on 15" MB Motoring Aluminum Overdrive Wheels

    Engine Mods:302, 1:7 roller rockers, shorty headers, F303 cam, 3" exhaust, Cold Air Intake, aluminum water pump, electric fan, MSD Cap & Rotor, MSD Ignition Coil, Taylor Wires, Motorcraft Platinum Spark Plugs, Jegs 2 Row Aluminum Radiator, 200 Amp Motorcraft Alternator, Advanced Adapters motor mounts

    Suspension Mods:D30 HP 4.10 SAS
    Spartan Locker
    Custom Long Arm

    Exterior Mods:Clear Corner Markers
    Euro Tail Lights
    Diamond plate bumper
    Class III Reece Hitch
    Tow Hooks
    Roll on Bed Liner
    Roof Rack
    Custom grill
    Extang Tonneau Cover

    Interior Mods:A-pillar gauges
    Custom Autometer Phantom Gauges
    Brake Controller
    Laptop Mount
    Racing Striped Headliner
    Cobra CB Radio

    Audio/Video Mods:Full Audiobahn System 1000+ Watts
    Two 10" 600 watt rms subs
    3 way components front and back
    Remote Tweeters

    Miscellaneous:1000/2000 watt inverter
    Fire Extinguisher
    Cobra CB with Modded Blue LCD Screen
    Firestik 4' Antenna


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  • Last Activity: 2 Weeks Ago
  • Join Date: 04-04-2007


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  1. Hey Rob, my names Jeff. How'd you build your custom SubBox that held 2 10" subwoofers?
    That fits in a regular cab? Because I seen it on here and the web and would love to make one for my 2005 Ford Ranger, it too is a regular cab. So it's difficult to make space behind the seats for subs but if I can do it like you did, and make a SubBox that replaces the console, that would be awesome. Because I would not only keep my recline ablilty but I'll have leg room. It would also match my red seats, would look really good, and sound good.
  2. 12-21-2011 - permalink
    i just got my pedals in i did the same as you with the cable except i used the stock mustang shaft and made it longer but no room under the dash by the wiper box/column
  3. My91Ranger
    05-22-2011 - permalink
    Mitch, my best recommendation is to avoid the clutch cable. It was a head ache. Now that I have switched to hydraulic it was cheaper and easier to do.
  4. 05-14-2011 - permalink
    rob my name is mitch i am doing the same thing as you wioth the clutch cable. I have finish the pedals but do you have any pics of what u had to modify on your firewall undermeath the dash so i can have some for reference....thankyou for your time
  5. My91Ranger
    08-03-2009 - permalink
    You can remove the 4" Spring and Spacer, and replace with the 6 inch spring. The 6" spring and spacer would be to much for that lift kit. You wouldn't be able to get it back into alignment.
  6. gotmud?
    08-03-2009 - permalink
    hey bud i have the 4 inch rough country lift can i take out the 4inch springs and 2 inch spacers and run just the 6 inch spring or can i throw on the 6inch springs and 2inch spacers also?

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