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Old 09-01-2013
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1992 "BroRanger" Build

Well I am new to the whole ranger thing as i am a Jeep guy. I got this Ranger from my cousins for free. Its a 92 Ranger with a EB drivetrain, So a 351w, C4, twinsticked d20, a d44 front and 9in rear.
I havent heard it run yet but my cousin said it does. My plans are to put a 60/14bolt in( i already have the axles as I was going to put them in my XJ)Those will be 5.38 gears, and a spartan front locker and welded rear. Im going to take the radius arms out and build a 3 link, cage it, bob the bed, and im sure a a few other things as I go. But I figure it is an awesome base vehicle for being "built" but having a frame and v8

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