Discussion in 'Member Garages' started by camodown, Apr 1, 2012.
Mack :: 2003 Ford Ranger (2012-04-01 13:58:50)
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I wanna see pics of that extended CV. Why did you need to do that? The lift?
Glad your hear buddy !!
you can't tell a difference. But yes it is for the lift. RCD comes with spacers to help but I got some custom ones that were extended from RazorsEdge. They were from the first RCD lift. I guess they were deciding if they wanted to include extended cv's or not.
I guess you need em because of the amount they need to drop down?
Yeah, I didn't have them or limit straps at first and the first time I flexed I over-extended one. Then I learned about the spacers that were supposed to go on stock CV's
One of my favorite trucks. How bad is it if you don't have the spacers? I just bought an rcd and I don't know if I have em or not.
It will be fine until you try and flex it out. You can call RCD and get them. That is what I did, they are like 10 or 15 bucks a piece I think. I would get limit straps as well to keep from overextending your coilovers.
They look like huge washers that are about 1/4" thick or so
Love the truck man!
Ouch dude. Bet that went well trying to get back out of there.
Great garage dude!! Friggin killer Ranger!!!!!
Cv wasn't that big of a deal. Not knowing I had any inner bearing go out kind of put a kink in it since I couldn't get a new axle seal and bearing where I was until a few days later.
Thanks Clinton. Liking the new front end you put on
Thanks! I really like it too!
Everyone else is askin questions, so I will too! It says hidden snorkel on your list of mods. Where did you put it?
And also, do you have pics of your rifle carrier?
I have a valve that I run open and it is just like normal or I close that & just run thru the snorkel that goes into the cowl. Gives me about 14 inches of height.
and no I don't but it just goes across the back of the seats. Attaches at the headrest & then underneath the seat.
awesome truck! you have some really cool mods done to it too
That has gotta be the coolest thing Iv ever seen! Is that valve a kit you bought or made it yourself?
It is called a gate valve. I think it is for fish tanks or something. You have to cut it down to make it flat as possible so it fits and cut a new hole in the air box
I hate you and your damn black/gray '03 buckets. I hate the look of my black/blue '03 LII buckets.
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