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  1. HighRollerII
    05-06-2014 - permalink
    Hey you - still looking for my shaft
  2. HighRollerII
    01-17-2012 - permalink
    Haha I'm selling it -- if it doesn't go as a complete truck. I will part out and I'll give you first dibs on my shaft haha
  3. zabeard
    05-10-2011 - permalink
    haha nice job! I knew you could do it. its just hard to explain with text. Im sure it will work fine for you.
  4. zabeard
    05-02-2011 - permalink
    Lol... Well I have yes. Pm?
  5. zabeard
    12-27-2010 - permalink
    Now up front at the master cylinder I just removed the stupid abs thing. That leaves you with 3 lines. One that goes to the rear and two that go to each front wheel. The one that goes to the rear I hooked up to a proportioning valve i bought from summit then hooked it into the master cylinder. The other front 2 I just ran into a Y with a short line from the master cylinder.

    I can make a drawing if you want or find pictures. you will need a brake line flare tool and brake line cutter, both can be had for less than 40 at an auto parts store.
  6. zabeard
    12-27-2010 - permalink
    ok so i left the stock line at the frame. no need to modify that.

    I removed the stock rubber line and distribution block that mounts on top of the stock 8.8.... My new stainless line has a Y or distrobution block that you can mount on top of your 14 bolt.

    I then ran hard lines to a mount on the 14 bolt or D60 tubes roughly 6-8 inches away from the caliper. I would send you those mounts to weld on. I then used a short braided line to run from the hard lines to the calipers. That finishes off the rear.

    Here is a picture you can see if you look hard.
  7. zabeard
    12-26-2010 - permalink
    I went to my brake line guy and had him make a block like stock but with a stainless line x amount of inches longer than stock. I can get one made if you would like. I am not sure on price. 60-80 would be my guess.
  8. MikeDevo
    10-25-2010 - permalink
    just checked out you thread and the truck seems like it coming along nice, a lot better then mine. good luck with it man! i'll let you know when i get the lift on
  9. MikeDevo
    10-25-2010 - permalink
    I havent had a day off from work since man. i have no time but i requested off in november and i will be putting it on. its sitting in the boxes still at my brothers house. what about you, werent you trying to do a SAS?
  10. ranger
    10-10-2010 - permalink

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  • About ranger
    First Name
    Imperial Beach, CA
    2003 ford ranger 4wd
    Last Name
    Loser who lives with his parents.
    working on my ranger
    chillin with the homies
    Vehicle Modifications
    December 16, 1988

    First Name:

    Last Name:

    Imperial Beach, CA (South San Diego)

    Year, Make, and Model:
    2003 Ford Ranger XLT 4x4

    Vehicle Modifications:
    Lots. See below

    Truck Specs:
    4.0 SOhC - 5spd manual

    35" BFG Mud Terrain - 15x8 American Racing Outlaw II -

    Engine Mods:
    AEM Cold Air Intake
    Flowmaster 40 Series

    Suspension Mods:
    3" Performance Accessories Body Lift - 5.5" Race Car Dynamic's lift -

    Exterior Mods:
    Scratches - Dent -

    Interior Mods:
    Range Selector: "Up High, Down Low"
    USMC/ Semper Fi - Stickers

    Audio/Video Mods:
    Not at this time.

    Future Mods:
    MANual Transfercase (parts ordered today : extension housing(with bolt bosses, shifter, and bushing 3-9-09)

    Solid Axle Swap with Hp D44 out of a '79 Bronco, 37" MTR's
  • Signature
    Ford ranger on tons


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