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Pics of New Goodies for Ranger!

What do yall think? I got the carbon fiber today and put it on, and just a few days ago added the new "performance factory" exhaust and tip. It sounds a lot deeper now, not too "pissed off bumble bee like". It's not really made for sound, just for more performance, but the 4.0L makes it pretty deep.

And the truck is dirty...so don't hate on her too much


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Exhaust looks good! I love that tip. I wanted that, but two wouldn't have fit where I have mine. Carbon Fiber looks ok too, but the piece in the right air vent looks a little out of place over there all alone.
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I agree about the little one by it's self. not sure what I'll do. I wanted to get two tips, one out of each side, but the fuel tank is right there on the drivers side and it wouldnt work :(
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Do you have any plans to lower your truck? A 2/3 drop would look great on there.
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I thought about it. I would if...

I had the money...

and It wasn't so complicated to get some of the mustang bullit wheels on there. The ones that are grey or whatever.

And If tires werent so expensive.
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Heck, I'd settle for just dropping the rear to match the front. Or raising the front to match the rear, wichever is cheaper
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I thought about it. I would if...

I had the money...

and It wasn't so complicated to get some of the mustang bullit wheels on there. The ones that are grey or whatever.

And If tires werent so expensive.
The Mustang wheels aren't hard to get on there, they should be a direct swap. You could lower it now, flip the hangers or something like that, and keep running your stock wheels and tires until you have the money to do something more. I don't think it would look to good if you raised the front to match the back, imo.
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flip the hangers? I don't know what that is...how hard would that be to do? Something I could do in my driveway?

I've been told by others that i need spacers or something, and that the newer stang wheels wouldnt work, and it seemed like more trouble than it's worth. maybe..

but anyway, it would look odd with those stang wheels and low profile tires wihouth dropping it first...i think.
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flip the hangers? I don't know what that is...how hard would that be to do? Something I could do in my driveway?
I'm not sure I've never done it, only read a little about it. I haven't paid much attention into lowering methods, because I went up instead of down. Ask SouthernMudSlinger or Mark98xlt(I think that his name), they'd know.


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I've been told by others that i need spacers or something, and that the newer stang wheels wouldnt work, and it seemed like more trouble than it's worth. maybe..

You may need spacers for the wheels, but there nothing to put on and I don't think they cost to much either.


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but anyway, it would look odd with those stang wheels and low profile tires wihouth dropping it first...i think.
Drop it with the stock wheels and tire and then get wheels.
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Check out this link:
https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...hlight=hangers

First couple of posts should help you out.
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Most the exhaust tips I see coming out at location stick out like a sore thumb, but I really like that one!
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thanks! i like it too. though the guy at the muffler shop didn't agree. but i told him that i def. wanted the camaro type tip on it.
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Looks good. Your truck appears to be in very good shape for a '95.
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looks good
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you've got a nice truck!
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i love the carbon fiber just paint the rest of your dash black and have the carbon fiber ascents
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Looks good!

Dirty? Call that dirty? That's sparkling clean compared to mine. I wish mine was that clean....LOL

Oh the spring is coming, and with it comes truck washes.
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i like the exhaust... the carbon fiber is too rice for me
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looks really good man. def like that alot
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truck looks good


-1 for the vanilla woman smell good thing :)
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Looks really good man!! The carbon fiber is different for sure
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