Share your Ranger mod plans.

Discussion in 'General Ford Ranger Discussions' started by Andy, Nov 4, 2018.

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What are you most likely to use your truck for?

  1. Off-Roading

    37.5%
  2. Toy Hauler

    21.9%
  3. For Work

    12.5%
  4. Pavement Princess

    18.8%
  5. Daily Driver

    84.4%
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  1. Andy

    Andy Active Member

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    #1 Nov 4, 2018
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    I'd like to see people post what kind of modifications they plan to do with their new Ranger's.

    I plan on doing a 3" lift, front and rear steel bumpers, winch, LED pod lights, 33" tires, and bed rack system to hold a roof tent and kayak. One thing I hope will be made for these trucks is a switch bank that can be used to turn on the LED lights, winch, ect. Something like the raptors have would be perfect.

    Look forward to seeing what every else has planned!:like:
     
  2. rangerdanger

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    Voted Pavement Princess because daily driver was unavailable.

    Plan to install side steps, Weatherguard toolbox and dashcam.
     
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    Tune, intake, exhaust, spray in bed liner, some sort of bed cover, tint and maybe a suspension lift/tire if my wife lets me. We'll need to be able to get a baby into the car seat in the back and my wife is 5' even so that last one may be a pipe dream.
     
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    Voted Daily Driver, Off-road, and Toy hauler. Planning on all weather floor mats, spray in bedliner, mudflaps, and a tonneau cover. Also going to spray some rustproofing on the inside of the rocker panels.

    And maybe ford performance exhaust. Will see.
     
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    I voted 4 out of of 5, depending on the day, I have 3 trailers depending on what I am moving, pavement queen during parades, car when I need it. :)
     
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    Tonneau cover, spray in bedliner, and all weather floor mats as money allows. Maybe some side steps depending on how the wife feels about getting in and out. I didn't change much on my mustang without it being to fix something (hood, sway bars, etc) so some of this will be new territory for me.
     
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    2" lift. new tires. stock size or +1 size. side steps, rain guards. would like a bully bar depending on cost.
     
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    I'm voting Ski truck and Sail boat pull truck. Winter Tires, Spray in bed liner, Camper shell, Roof rack/ski box system, Air mattress for bed for car camping.
     
  9. AnimeRanger87

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    So far I plan on getting a leveling kit and aftermarket rims and tires.
     
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    Toy hauler, pavement princess and daily driver.
    Line-X bed liner and running boards will probably round it out at least for a couple of years. Maybe a bed shell depending upon what the market develops for it and cost.
     
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    If it does not come with BED lights than I'll have to start with that.
     
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    Mainly daily driver, so probably just drive it for the first few years. I do plan to try to tow with it, but we'll see what that shows it needs. A programer for sure will be in the cards, as well as a intake and exhaust. Maybe jump to 33's once the factory tires run out. Possiblity of a roof top tent down the road.
     

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