Advertisement



RCMUSTANG's Magnetic FX4

DcwB4

Member
First Name
Donald
Joined
Jun 20, 2020
Messages
7
Reaction score
11
Location
Mckinney, TX
Vehicle(s)
2019 Ranger
Occupation
Blue Collar
Just picked it up today. Got invoice on it and spray in bed liner thrown in. Already picked up a leveling kit, tailgate assist and tuner. Now I just need some time to get started.
20190304_164619.jpg
20190304_164631.jpg
what tires are you running ?



Advertisement



 
OP
RCMUSTANG

RCMUSTANG

Well-Known Member
First Name
Ray
Joined
Jan 22, 2019
Messages
1,296
Reaction score
1,121
Location
Los Angeles
Vehicle(s)
2017 Fusion 1995 Ranger
  • Thread starter
  • Thread Starter
  • #272
OP
RCMUSTANG

RCMUSTANG

Well-Known Member
First Name
Ray
Joined
Jan 22, 2019
Messages
1,296
Reaction score
1,121
Location
Los Angeles
Vehicle(s)
2017 Fusion 1995 Ranger
  • Thread starter
  • Thread Starter
  • #273
Quick connect/disconnect for the winch leads.
FB_IMG_1594567657870.jpg
 

StezenW

Well-Known Member
First Name
Stephen
Joined
Feb 10, 2020
Messages
199
Reaction score
492
Location
Atlanta
Vehicle(s)
2019 Ford Ranger Lariat Magnetic; 1998 Ford Ranger XLT 5-Speed Emerald
Vehicle Showcase
1
Out with the mudflaps and swapped on these small fender flares. The fitment of the corner markers is not great. I may have to shaved them a bit to get them to sit flush. Otherwise they look OK. I may or may not keep them. Maybe find some kind of extension for the front bumper area.
20200601_145250.jpg
20200601_153957.jpg
20200601_154014.jpg
20200601_154039.jpg
20200601_154106.jpg


Are these the Bushwacker OE style fender flares?
 
OP
RCMUSTANG

RCMUSTANG

Well-Known Member
First Name
Ray
Joined
Jan 22, 2019
Messages
1,296
Reaction score
1,121
Location
Los Angeles
Vehicle(s)
2017 Fusion 1995 Ranger
  • Thread starter
  • Thread Starter
  • #275

RangerRaptor

Well-Known Member
First Name
Rob
Joined
Sep 22, 2019
Messages
108
Reaction score
99
Location
Denver
Vehicle(s)
2019 Ford Ranger Lariat (previously 2012 Ford SVT Raptor)
Are these the Bushwacker OE style fender flares?
Yes, they are Bushwhacker OE style fender flares, but textured not smooth. Bushwhacker is made by Lund. If you order Bushwhacker it's very likely the box will actually say Lund on the label.

I have the full size smooth flares from Bushwhacker/Lund and the side marker lights fit perfectly.
 

StezenW

Well-Known Member
First Name
Stephen
Joined
Feb 10, 2020
Messages
199
Reaction score
492
Location
Atlanta
Vehicle(s)
2019 Ford Ranger Lariat Magnetic; 1998 Ford Ranger XLT 5-Speed Emerald
Vehicle Showcase
1
Yes, they are Bushwhacker OE style fender flares, but textured not smooth. Bushwhacker is made by Lund. If you order Bushwhacker it's very likely the box will actually say Lund on the label.

I have the full size smooth flares from Bushwhacker/Lund and the side marker lights fit perfectly.

Ah I see - thanks for that! Looking at flares that are low profile so good to know those two are basically the same.
 
OP
RCMUSTANG

RCMUSTANG

Well-Known Member
First Name
Ray
Joined
Jan 22, 2019
Messages
1,296
Reaction score
1,121
Location
Los Angeles
Vehicle(s)
2017 Fusion 1995 Ranger
  • Thread starter
  • Thread Starter
  • #278
Finally done. Horns and air supply finished. To say the new Ranger is space limited is an understatement. Lots of fabricating of brackets and tons of fittings, lines and wiring. Took a little over 2 weeks to figure out, wait for parts and make everything work. Had to make my own brackets for the horns. Separate the compressor from the tank. Fab brackets for the compressor and tank. Remote mount the air filter for the compressor. Run a quick connect for air.
20200718_153639.jpg
20200718_152810.jpg
20200725_110628.jpg
20200725_193419.jpg
20200726_195438.jpg
20200727_182124.jpg
 
OP
RCMUSTANG

RCMUSTANG

Well-Known Member
First Name
Ray
Joined
Jan 22, 2019
Messages
1,296
Reaction score
1,121
Location
Los Angeles
Vehicle(s)
2017 Fusion 1995 Ranger
  • Thread starter
  • Thread Starter
  • #279
 

Tim Stromberg

Member
First Name
Tim
Joined
Mar 1, 2019
Messages
11
Reaction score
4
Location
New Jersey
Vehicle(s)
2019 Ranger Lariat SuperCrew Sport 4x4
Just in time for summer. Took forever but I finally got my heated steering wheel project done. Last parts, and most important, were the terminals for the heating element to the spring clock. Wired up the relay module to the corresponding slots in the side of the spring clock on the column. Installed the 6 way switch in the 12 volt socket. Wrapped the element around the stock wheel and wrapped and stitched the aftermarket leather cover over. Gave me the look steering wheel lock I wanted on top with the perforated leather. The wrap wasn't prefect and wasn't made to stitch the very bottom so I'll wrap it with something I find later. Unfortunately, the wrap was a bit short to wrap the entire thing so I had to compromise between where the wires go and the uncovered area


20200619_183324.jpg
20200619_182717.jpg
20200619_172722.jpg
20200619_165324.jpg
20200619_143343.jpg
20200619_142306.jpg
20200619_140647.jpg
20200619_184025.jpg
20200430_154903.jpg
20200430_141117.jpg
20200430_152014.jpg
Have you posted a write up or how to for this somewhere? I found a similar leather wrap kit on Amazon for the Everest/Ranger and I'm curious where you grabbed the heating element from. Any help would be appreciated.
 
OP
RCMUSTANG

RCMUSTANG

Well-Known Member
First Name
Ray
Joined
Jan 22, 2019
Messages
1,296
Reaction score
1,121
Location
Los Angeles
Vehicle(s)
2017 Fusion 1995 Ranger
  • Thread starter
  • Thread Starter
  • #281
Have you posted a write up or how to for this somewhere? I found a similar leather wrap kit on Amazon for the Everest/Ranger and I'm curious where you grabbed the heating element from. Any help would be appreciated.
That post is more or less the write up. I got the element on ebay.
 

Tim Stromberg

Member
First Name
Tim
Joined
Mar 1, 2019
Messages
11
Reaction score
4
Location
New Jersey
Vehicle(s)
2019 Ranger Lariat SuperCrew Sport 4x4
That post is more or less the write up. I got the element on ebay.
Gotcha. Any info on the pin inserts to the connectors? As in what size pins went into the connector in the steering wheel and what size went into the connector on the column?
 

Sulli

Well-Known Member
First Name
Joshua
Joined
Aug 8, 2020
Messages
66
Reaction score
89
Location
Sacramento, CA
Vehicle(s)
19 Ranger XLT FX4
Occupation
Automotive Interior Repair
Reading your thread makes me want to upgrade my TB now! Just can’t believe you can buy a brand new one from ford for less than 60 bucks.
 
OP
RCMUSTANG

RCMUSTANG

Well-Known Member
First Name
Ray
Joined
Jan 22, 2019
Messages
1,296
Reaction score
1,121
Location
Los Angeles
Vehicle(s)
2017 Fusion 1995 Ranger
  • Thread starter
  • Thread Starter
  • #284
Finally got it close to the Avalanche gray color I originally wanted that Ford didn't offer and this was cheaper than doing the clear vinyl ppf. 3M vinyl.
20200811_063712.jpg
20200811_063720.jpg
20200811_064329.jpg
 
Last edited:

r1ch999999

Well-Known Member
First Name
Rich
Joined
Jan 4, 2020
Messages
524
Reaction score
641
Location
Nashua, NH
Vehicle(s)
2019 Ranger Lariat Crew Cab 4x4
Occupation
Software Engineer
Finally got it close to the Avalanche gray color I originally wanted that Ford didn't offer and this was cheaper than doing the clear vinyl ppf.
20200811_063712.jpg
20200811_063720.jpg
20200811_064329.jpg
Looks great, what did you do? And what did it run?
 

Advertisement






Advertisement






Advertisement


Top