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Man if you have an open diff, you were pretty close to being stuck there.. haah seeing how you're not 4x4
I was thinkin the same thing lol

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if youre 2wd... then where or how did you get that bumper and valance?
Probably by the same means that I got mine :)
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this was one of the smaller holes i got through
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went to the JY and got a crossmember for 20 bucks

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Is this so you can get pulled out when you get stuck on concrete?
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^^lol. Truck looks good man! Can't wait to see it with a BL on it.
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...ive always wondered how people get power for sawzaws n **** at JYs...
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Battery power ***** licka!
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Generators work wonders at JYs
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we had a battery...well actually 3 batteries...they all died soooooo

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we brought it to a power source and used a cord saw
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nice man. lift it and get a locker or something for it.
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wow so its that simple huh. U need a part for your Ranger, u go to your local JY to pull it off a 98+ 4x4 Ranger....lol

I'd have to wait 5-10 more years for one 98+ Ranger to show up at a JY here (and it would probably be some XL 2wd fleet truck), or I can take a 20 hour roadtrip to the pacific northwest or midwest to find one. That's about as simple as it gets for me

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wow so its that simple huh. U need a part for your Ranger, u go to your local JY to pull it off a 98+ 4x4 Ranger....lol

I'd have to wait 5-10 more years for one 98+ Ranger to show up at a JY here (and it would probably be some XL 2wd fleet truck), or I can take a 20 hour roadtrip to the pacific northwest or midwest to find one. That's about as simple as it gets for me
oh quit whining. search the pick n pulls online. theres always a decent selection around me....and thats not 20hours away.
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Didn't know that service even exists. It didn't help that the last time I was at PnP I asked the lady behind the counter if they have some kind of phone or internet service that would let me see inventory without going to the yard, and she said 'NO YOU HAVE TO COME HERE'

she sounded like consuela from family guy

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Didn't know that service even existed. It didn't help that the last time I was at PnP I asked the lady behind the counter if they have some kind of phone or internet service that would let me see inventory without going to the yard, and she said 'NO YOU HAVE TO COME HERE'
Yeah I hate that you have to go to the yard and see what they got. The other Yards around here know what they have but there prices are slightly higher
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carpart.com is great, just not always updated on time..

and picknpull.com or something like that works alright.
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Nice flex, but add another tip so you exhaust doesn't look half finished.
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