Bushwacker pocket flares not covering fender holes???
So I have my bushwacker flares in hand, took off the right front FACTORY flare to begin with.
Holding the bushwacker in place, it does not seem like it will ever cover the factory clip holes in the front fenders.
The OE Ford flares are...
So Flowmaster lists this dual exit system for a 2009 Ranger FX4, but not for 2010 or 2011 Rangers.
I'm wondering why it wouldn't fit my 2011 FX4, anyone know?
So I'm not really loving the look of the grille on the '11
Would rather it not be body colour, so I thought of painting it black.
Then I was liking the honeycomb grilles on some of the earlier rangers.
I read on another Ranger forum that a 2004-2005 grille would fit. Without having a 2004...
My supercharged 2011 FX4 mod thread
Hey TRS, loving my new-to-me 2011 FX4, big leap over my trusty old 1994 2WD.
Here she is the day I got her home, looking like every other one, except with a Rhino Liner freshly sprayed in by the dealer.
Thought I'd start a thread to keep track of the...
So after only a couple weeks of owning my '11 FX4, I was hating on the sound of the horn.
It was wimpy sounding (tone) and not loud enough. Had a look at it, typical FIAMM snail horn. Low tone.
Ordered a pair of horns off EBAY, both Hi and Low tone meant for a Ford, with bracket and wiring...
So to compliment the 3" body lift, 285 tires and wheels, I'm looking at some fender flares.
Never really liked the OEM flares on the Ranger, they look like they were stolen from an F350 and glued on. A little too tall, too rounded, and don't stick out far enough. And the fake plastic...
Picking up my new-to-me 2011 Ranger FX4 this week. Grey, 5 speed :yahoo:
I've been looking for wheel/tire combos, and trying to see what will fit, with mild mods.
So far, I've discovered the 2008+ trucks are lowered from the factory.
OK, dial in the torsion bars and fit the Belltech 6400...
1994 Ranger SC, 4.0, 5 speed man, 260,000 KM
Factory cruise has lately not been working at all, until you drive the vehicle about 15 miles or so, then it starts working. Will work great for an hour or three, until you stop and shut off the truck, then quits working again until you drive 10-20...
So I wanted to haul my bike in my truck, it's 500 Lbs.
Unfortunately, the Ranger has almost nothing to attach to except these flimsy little brackets inside the box, and they are made of the finest Drop-Forged Cheese, and held on by luck and well-wishes.
So I began to look at the bed...
Mustang Cobra wheels are on!
<edit: pics at the bottom>
It's a little late, as I already have the wheels in the garage, and some parts coming from Ebay, but I just wanted to settle my mind 100% on how this will work. I'm about 99% at the moment, LOL.
the rims are OEM Mustang Cobra's, 16x8...
So, my E-brake must have screwed up yesterday, because the LR brake was dragging after using the e-brake, I was out of town, and no tools to speak of.
:annoyed: :annoyed: :annoyed:
The pedal released fully, but something inside the one drum didn't. By the time I got home, it was smoking hot...
Street bikes, dirt bikes, Harleys, Moto Guzzis, hell I don't care.
As long as it has two wheels. :icon_thumby:
Owned by me since 2000, it's a 1999 Honda VFR800 Interceptor, not exactly stock. 80,200 kilometers on the odometer, written off by an errant car in 2009 and rebuilt by myself.