2019 Ranger Complete Custom Build

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  1. OffroadAlliance

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    We just wrapped up this complete custom build up on our 2019 Ranger!

    Overview:
    2019 Ford Ranger XL 4x4 with rear locking diff
    Icon Vehicle Dynamics Stage 2 Lift Kit with Tubular UCA's
    275/70/17 BFG All Terrain
    17" Icon Wheels
    GoRhino Raptor Style Side Steps
    GoRhino Rear Chase/Light Rack
    KC Hilites LZR 4" LED Lights x 7
    KC Flex Lights with Amber Covers x 4
    Rigid Industries 30” Midnight Edition LED Light Bar
    Rigid Industries D Series Midnight Edition (Pair)
    Ranger Raptor Front Grille
    Addictive Desert Designs Venom Front Bumper
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    TurboSmart Blow Off Valve
    Pedal Commander
    Carpet Floor Mats
    SwitchPros 9100 Electronics Controller
    Stabilizer Arms
    Custom Hood & Bedside Graphics
    Putco “RANGER” Tailgate Letters


    Contact us if we get get your Ranger tricked out. And if you want one that's already done, this one is for sale! Over $15,000 in parts and accessories with just 300 miles on it. Asking $48,995, title in hand.

    Offroad Alliance
    244 Liberty St, Unit 9A
    Brockton, MA 02301
    888-466-8991


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    Here's a little video we put together showing off our shop and our shop trucks to include our two new Rangers.


     
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    Nice job guys, but there is no way I’m paying $50k for an XL.
     
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    It was hard for us to justify a nicer model when we were going to rip everything off of it. But yea, we hear ya. The next one we do will likely be an XLT or better with less mods.
     
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    that is 33K plus 15K in parts. You are getting the labor for damn near free.

    would be hard pressed to do this yourself for that price.
     
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    It's still an XL.
     
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    So?
     
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    I’m not paying that kind of money for a bone stock, no option truck; ever. In the end it’s a nice build, but it’s an XL and would not even get my consideration.
     
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    So, it's not an XLT or a Lariat.

    Come on folks, these are the easy ones.
     
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    And those would be over 50k....not 40.

    That XL is nicer than any stock XLT or Lariat.
     
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    No one is knocking their work, but no, it’s not even close. It lacks nearly everything modern cars should come with and most people expect.

    The market for people who are going to go out and pay that kind of money for an XL is exceptionally small. As they stated, an XLT with a little less work would sell better.
     
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    Lol. Its a truck. Built for off road. What useless gadget found in XLT is going to improve on intended purpose? Touch screen?

    Thousands of folks will buy an XL and do same mods for off road use. And will likely spend more. That is the point.
     
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    I’m sure there is someone...but none that I know of on this forum who have purchased their truck for pure off-road purposes. Most purchase their truck to commute and use in things other than just off-road; ergo the want/need for amenities that cannot be had in an XL.

    I know a lot of overlanders with really nice Tacos and 4Runners and none of them are base model; even the Jeep crew are better than base.
     
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    you had me up until the NEED. lol.
     
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    I bought my ZR2 for off road use. The truck was an off road monster with commute capabilities. I agree, when I purchase my Ranger, I wanted a commute truck with off road capability.
     
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