1Freaky1 :: 2002 Ford Ranger XLT

Discussion in 'Member Garages' started by 1freaky1, Jan 19, 2012.

  1. 1freaky1

    1freaky1 New Member

    2012 Ford Ranger XLT (2012-01-19 11:10:53)
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  3. Need more pics man lol Looks good though from the front
  4. Hooligan

    Hooligan Rangerholic!!

    Yes..more pics..I'd like to see that truck!
  5. ob269

    ob269 New Member


    Looks good man!
  6. Black mamba

    Black mamba The mannnn

    I love this truck!!!! Seen it on Frf a bunch... Guys the man!!! What I want my truck to look like when I no longer have to drive it everyday
  7. Hurley

    Hurley Superultramegalurker

    Get some pics of the flat bed. I'm really curious to see how it looks.
  8. Demon

    Demon I take no prisoners!

    looking good
  9. OP

    1freaky1 New Member

    Thanks everyone for the compliments and here are more pics uploaded.
  10. Brinker88

    Brinker88 Black sheep o' the family

    looks sharp bro. How's you make the shackles. Im curious.
  11. OP

    1freaky1 New Member

    Thanks, I made them out of 1/4"plate and bent them to the 2 widths needed and then welded 1/4" angle in between. As for the mounts it is all 1/4" plate, I used these parts from Ballistic Fab;

    Part Number BRK-1048-1
    Part Number BUS-664-41

    Once welded up I took an unused 3/16" plate truss and cut it down and welded
    the 1/4" flat plate and welded the above kit to it then bolted it all forward of the stock mount location. It is also adjustable up and down for height changes.

    Here are more pics of it to get a clear idea;

    Creeper style joint and mount

    Flat plate back mount

    Cut axle truss and then tacked to back mounting plate

    All welded up ready to mount

    Shackles welded up

    Last edited: Mar 11, 2012
  12. OP

    1freaky1 New Member

    I just added a bunch more pics and descriptions to my album so give it a looksie.

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