Discussion in 'Ranger Forum Classifieds' started by Scrambler82, May 7, 2012.
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where is this village up north that you live in?
If only you were closer and we knew of miles on the unit. I'd pick her up in a heartbeat to save me the hassle of combining my blown up LII case and a '90-97 1354M with mostly all new parts. haha.
Good luck with the sale!
Hey thanks for reminding me, I had the Gauge Cluster and it was 54K miles.
I will add it to the OP.
You're making me angrier than I was before damnit!! lol.
Damn this distance. I blew up a 100k '02 twin-stick.
I have been stk-piling LvL II parts and now have determined I don't need them.
Wonder what the shipping would be, I might consider reducing the price a little
Also, have Pedro's Grey/blk FX4 (I think) seat covers going up for sale too.
TTT - Bump it up !
Holy hell!! Just curious does anyone know if I can put this in a truck with electric transfer ? If so I'm coming to get it !
You would need to cut the floor for the shifters and maybe a little wiring change.
Did you see this FX4 Shift Balls and Boots FS: http://www.rangerforum.net/f14/fx4-lvl-ii-shift-knobs-boots-ma-4348/
YEP! No wiring neccessary unless you really want to have your gauges show "4hi" and "4lo". lol. If you're a manual trans, if you want a proper LII setup, you'll need more parts(some of which Grev is offering in other threads). But you can get away with older GenIII Ranger "twin stick" floor parts. If Auto, there's a few options for ya too to run a manual case. I've seen stand-alone expo manual tcase floor bezels and boots. I've seen 97-03 F150 bezels and boots molded into the factory Ranger cupholders/cubby.
Check over at Ranger-Forums on manual case swaps...there's tons of threads and pics regarding the subject. I'd hate to de-rail a for sale ad on an item in which I really wish were closer to me!! lol.
My truck's a former electric case with this exact tcase formerly in it. (My manual tcase & trans blew up after a shock load incident)
Sale Pending !
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