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Short Range Part 2: Solid Axle Swap on a Ford Ranger

Posted in Project Vehicles on October 30, 2017
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It’s the follow-up installment to Short Range, Part 1 in which we build a pair of early Bronco axles to sling under a 1995 Ranger. Now we’re actually hooking those axles up to the Ranger with a slick suspension from James Duff. Broncos run on the Range. Which sounds like Ranger. So really Bronco axles are a natural choice to go under a Ranger. At least that’s our thinking.

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