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  1. As Is '66

    As Is '66 2 Wheeled Mod Staff Member

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  2. handy_andy_cv64

    handy_andy_cv64 In Maximum Overdrive SILVER MEMBER

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    I'll have to check it out.
     
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    I've been following that one for a few years. They have almost 2,000 members, which is about 1,800 more than this place does.

    Seriously, though. That one is lame. The Torino/Falcon one is much better.
     
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  5. As Is '66

    As Is '66 2 Wheeled Mod Staff Member

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    What?? No link??
    You know my computer skills are more by mistake than actual persistance :D

    Praying You have a Good Day,
    Dennis
     
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    You want a link to the Torino/Falcon site?
    God Bless, this mess,
    Sean
     
  7. aquartlow

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    Yea, great info :rolleyes:. If I had only previously knew it was this easy to make my Ranchero a 4x4 o_O, it all just bolts right up.


    The Ford Ranchero Owners & Fans Club added 9 new photos to the album: 4x4 Ranchero How to Information.
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    · August 25, 2011 ·
    The Ranchero uses the same frame as the F-100/F-150 (older Models). All of the suspension parts will bolt right up to your Ranchero's stock frame. To give your Ranchero a stock 4x4 flush look, you only need to use the stock springs from the F-100/F-150 4x4 truck. This will make it look like it came from the factory that way.
     
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    i have a few extra frames let make a 4x4 hunt buggy Todd
     
  9. handy_andy_cv64

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    With all the extra parts you have, you could build a monster truck.
     

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