RTR Rambler Ford Ranger [SEMA 2019 Build]

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    #1 Oct 10, 2019
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    Ford press release:

    RTR Rambler Ford Ranger

    This 2019 RTR Rambler Ford Ranger is meant to be the ultimate overlanding and support vehicle for owners seeking to enjoy the great outdoors – taking adventure to the next level and beyond.

    The new truck joins the lineup of RTR Mustang and RTR F-150, with the Ranger created to deliver a balance of street-ability, overlanding and trail capability. Signature RTR modern-aggressive styling and proven tactical performance are focal points. Equipped with custom overland styling touches that are purposeful and practical, such as a SkyRise tent and integrated snowboard support capsule, the truck uses a Fox tuned by Ford Performance off-road suspension leveling kit providing 2-inch front lift, underbody rock protection, as well as custom RTR fenders housing RTR Tech 6 wheels with 33” Nitto Ridge Grappler tires.

    This new RTR Rambler Ford Ranger is equipped with everything needed to explore the great outdoors. Whether solo or with a partner, it promises time off the grid to get in touch with all that nature has to offer.

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    LIVE PICS FROM SEMA 2019

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    This is exactly what I've been looking for as far as that board mount. Anyone have any details as to what sort of hardware they're using to mount it to the side of the bed like that?
     
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    WHERE CAN I FIND THOSE WHITE LED LIGHTS IN THE GRILL.
     
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    The
    Pentagonal shaped ones
     
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    It's a trapezoid
     
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    I like those wheels!
     
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    where can we get that snorkel?
     
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    This build is by RTR (brand developed by Vaughn Gittin Jr. who has drifted in Formula Drift for years in a Mustang) so most of these parts should be available on https://www.rtrvehicles.com after SEMA. I am excited to see what else they put out for the Ranger after following what he has done with customizing Mustangs.
     
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    It looks like that front bumper has a winch but is also compatible with the front cruise radar.
     
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    I think that grille but with “FORD” lettering like the Raptor grille would look amazing!
     
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    wondering the same thing. I've been finding out that a snorkel is a must have for off roading in FL
     
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    In addition to the Rambler version that is pictured above and built for SEMA, RTR has announced they are releasing a version that is not quite as extreme and fits with their regular Mustang RTR and F-150 RTR models.

    https://www.rtrvehicles.com/collections/ranger-rtr
     
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    Came across this
     
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    Added to the first post live pics of the RTR Rambler Ranger from SEMA :like:
     
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    Quoting myself here... I seem to have found what that is. I'm pretty sure that it's a Thule Universal Snowboard Carrier. It doesn't appear to be available on Thule's website anymore, but does pop up on Amazon and other places. It also looks like it's been modified and the Overhaul has been drilled through to mount it... But what sucks is that while it looks great and *looks* functional... it's not. In order to open it or close it, you have to flip up those gray parts that are up against the inside of the truck. So to get a board off, you basically have to crawl into the bed to undo it, then carry it over the side.

    I might have to just make one after all to free up the space in the bed.
     

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