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Old 06-15-2011
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2004 2.3l 2wd prerunner help

Im interested in building a prerunner but not entirely sure how to go about it. i bought a running 2004 ranger with a 2.3l 4cyl 2wd with an auto trans for $600. I need a new project and always wanted a prerunner

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Camburg 5.5 or blitzkrieg motorsports midtravel. Put a bed cage in the back to hold some resi shocks and deaver springs with flipped shackles. Giant motorsports link killer is also a good set up. There are many ways you can do it just search around.
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thanks guys hopefully ill have some pics up soon
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Sounds like your getting ready to throw down some serious cash. Good luck with the build.
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Yea that's wat it looks like I'm looking for a kit of some sort tho not to to expensive tho because there isn't rele alot of dunes or desert for that matter in Florida. I'm just wanting s DD pre runner that I can speed over parking curbs n what not. And be the first in my town to own a ranger prerunner. So if ne one knows where I can find that feel free to let me know
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Camburg for more performance Or fabtech for more looks than performance. I rode in a truck with the camburg 5.5 and the set up above it rode like a caddy and could handle some of the rough stuff, well worth the money. I wish I would have bought the truck.
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looks like imma have to save i lil more than expected for this truck then lol
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Thats gonna be a sweet build , good luck on ur project
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thanks ill need it lol
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If you are just wanting the look you could just flip the shackles in the rear to give it the stance. Then get glass upfront and pull the bedsides or glass in back too. Put on some beefy tires and insta-prerunner. And some prerunner bumpers too
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