ToothRanger's Build

  • MODEL YEAR:
    2019
    MAKE:
    Ford
    MODEL & TRIM:
    Ranger Lariat
    COLOR:
    Magnetic
    ENGINE:
    2.3L I-4 EcoBoost
    CAB (Supercab / Supercrew):
    Supercrew
    DRIVETRAIN (4x4 / 4x2):
    4x4
    PACKAGES:
    FX4 || 501A || Tow || Sport
    FACTORY OPTIONS:
    Sidesteps
    MODS - POWERTRAIN / DRIVETRAIN:
    Go Fast Bits DV+
    MODS - SUSPENSION / CHASSIS:
    ICON billet UCA's
    Front: Radflo 2.5" Coilovers w/ remote reservoir & compression adjusters
    Rear: Radflo 2.5" Smooth Body shocks w/ remote reservoir & compression adjusters
    Fabtech Offset Intrusion Beams
    MODS - WHEELS / TIRES / BRAKES:
    17" Relations Race Wheels RR5-S +0 offset in bronze
    Continental TerrainContact A/T 285/70R17
    MODS - EXTERIOR:
    Rhino Linings Spray-in Liner
    Embark LS Tonneau (Retrax)
    LED Puddle Lights
    Auto-folding Mirror Mod
    Raptor Grille Conversion w/ Custom Auto Works LED lights

    Coming soon:
    Dee-zee tailgate damper
    Bushwhacker OE-Style Fender Flares (paint-matched)

    Wish list:
    In-bed LED light strip
    MODS - INTERIOR:
    Husky F&R Floor Mats (Husky sounds better than Weathertech, although I'm sure they make great products)
    MODS - IN-CAR ELECTRONICS:
    Uniden R3 Radar Detector
    Blendmount w/ Mirrortap (installation write-up here: https://www.ranger5g.com/forum/threads/mirrortap-installation.2227/)
    MODS - SOFTWARE / TUNE / PROGRAMMER:
    Coming soon:
    FORScan Speedometer Correction
    HISTORY / COMMENTS:
    This is my first truck ever. Growing up near the Sierra-Nevadas, I had been wanting something with 4-wheel drive capability, and now I finally have it! It is the first vehicle that I've owned and began modding since starting my big boy job working on teeth, so I'm pimping this thing out (within reasonable limits).

    My build is a combination of bling, comfort, and capability. It's got to look good. It's got to be easy to move around as my daily driver. It's got to be badass enough to take me to badass places when nature beckons. Any modifications are being made under the premise that if anything is going to be done, its going to be done the right way.

    I'm VERY pleased with the Radflo suspension. The spring rates on the Eibach springs seem higher, and even on the softest compression setting the ride seems firmer than the stock FX4 suspension. Rebound damping is also improved, with no more boat-like wavy up and down motion during every-day driving. I'm not entirely happy with my shop's chosen placement of the reservoirs above the UCA's, so it's going back to the shop soon.

    RIP 2003 Ford Focus 222K miles
    RIP 1989 Ford Thunderbird SC 130+K miles

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