Ranger/bronco/ranger raptor difference

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I’m guessing that’s for more travel, not leveling.
With all the updates I doubt the parts will interchange.
You'd be surprised I got 2nd gen raptor control arms on my 2006 f150 that's several updates and iterations of updates. Ford likes to recycle parts and locations to save on cost of rnd and production.

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So from measuring it looks like they'll work and have same mounting locations. Here are the pix as well as parts prices with part numbers. Now the only thing I need to figure out is if the cv output shaft is same spline count as m190 equipped rangers or broncos once I'm able to cross reference part numbers it should be rather easy swap.

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Sorry about last pics with part numbers idk why the image was reversed

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It says for bronco owners upgrading from m190 to m220 it does not say hubs are required so I assume they are same diameter and spline count

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Definitely watching this.

I would love to put the M210 with locker with 4.7 gears in and leave the stock width ranger.

My guess it the diff would bolt in to a 2019 ranger. Can anyone confirm this?

Has anyone taken the axles out of the stock ranger CV shafts?
I see the Baja kits long travel comes with just he axles. So I assume you can press stock ones out, But I'm not sure if they get ruined in the process or could be pressed back into the Bronco M210 CV joints.

Possibly I could buy bronco M210 front CV shafts and press the longer bronco axles out and put the stock ranger ones in.

Would love to pull the trigger and start ordering stuff to do this, if I knew it would work.
 
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Definitely watching this.

I would love to put the M210 with locker with 4.7 gears in and leave the stock width ranger.

My guess it the diff would bolt in to a 2019 ranger. Can anyone confirm this?

Has anyone taken the axles out of the stock ranger CV shafts?
I see the Baja kits long travel comes with just he axles. So I assume you can press stock ones out, But I'm not sure if they get ruined in the process or could be pressed back into the Bronco M210 CV joints.

Possibly I could buy bronco M210 front CV shafts and press the longer bronco axles out and put the stock ranger ones in.

Would love to pull the trigger and start ordering stuff to do this, if I knew it would work.
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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So out of the new Ranger launch came some really interesting information.
The US Ranger is using the three piece frame as per the Bronco and next gen Ranger. The Raptor uses the front section of the original platform with the rear section from the Everest (for the coils). So the font suspension from the current Ranger Raptor will not fit a US Ranger, but the Bronco front suspension should!
 
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