Got Amazon ditch light brackets installed with some 3 inch cubes finished up wiring and fabricating a bracket for switch panel and fabricated a simple mount to attach some ram mounts I got free from work.
I recently did a road trip from California to Texas about the time we hit New Mexico my eyes were beat it was around 3am as soon as I switched to yellow on my fogs it felt like the white had been straining my eyes. Atleast that was experience. I do love pure white though. I bet those BDs going...
I'm still trying to gather more info as well, but by just reading that you need axles but not hubs it's suggested that it's same spline count. Only thing is ranger has two different cv axles those with tow package and those without.
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Yea I've taken it to the dealership before because I had a check engine light come on for a lean code dealership blamed it on a aem filter instead of being factory. I suspect I may have the faulty injectors
Yea I've never gotten over 19 even when fully stock thats doing cruise control at 65 never hit above 20s. Throwing 34s hurt it that much, but for me again the locker, extra travel, gearing at less cost than a full on long travel kit from rpg well thats a win.
That is what I was saying though as a 4x4 it's a great option economically speaking considered you'd gain locker a beefier differential and the availability to match front and rear. Mind you I get 11 miles per gallon with 34s a regear in my opinion would help that a lot
No you didn't understand that's front. There is currently no regear options for the front m190. Which if you're 4wd it makes it possible to regear your rear which isn't possible right at this moment. Also you would have to change to bronco arms and cvs but still would be price point of the arb...
So I posted about this on a thread I created. Bronco shares a ton with ranger the m210 has same dimensions as m190 just with a 8.8 ring instead of a 7.5 ring also for about 1500 you can order the complete axle with either 3.90, 4.30 or 4.70 gears.