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^x2 get an alignment and trade her in
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and people wonder why im such a ***** when it comes to my truck. I have a front skid plate, and the absolute fastest i go is 10mph off road... dont need anything coming up and biting my truck.
I dont really mean to mock you or anything. but if your afraid to go faster than 10 mph (Im sure thats exagerating anyways) than why the heck do you own a ranger? and not a blazer/bronco? go rock crawling and leave the Hot Nasty Bad *** Speed to us.

But anyways. An Alignment Shop mignt not do it. or it might not HOLD an alignment and so either way they might not do one at all.only thing i can think of as the others have mentioned is JY replacement Professionally welded on.

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o damn, i have never seen that happen before. thats goin to a SOB to fix. man you nailed somethin. how fast were you goin?
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Driving like a girl and driving smart are two different things.

LOL....

...and this isn't about all of y'all's personal anecdotes, this thread is about how he could fix his truck...

With that regard, I don't know what else to tell you that hasn't already been said. Try getting that whole cross piece from someone (that jsut did a SAS, for example) and the rotating/moving assemblies, and replace as a whole. It's be a looot of work, and take some time. I wish you the best of luck...
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I dont really mean to mock you or anything. but if your afraid to go faster than 10 mph (Im sure thats exagerating anyways) than why the heck do you own a ranger? and not a blazer/bronco? go rock crawling and leave the Hot Nasty Bad *** Speed to us.

I didn't know rangers classified as factory pre-runners!

A good alignment shop should be able to take the toe-in back to normal, but I agree with everybody else, I'd fix at least the toe. But if it was me, I'd ditch the truck and get another one. When it comes to rocks, I always slow down unless I've got somebody else paying for the truck, you can always get a good idea of what will hit and what wont, but sometimes your wrong and... well, this can result!
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