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 Posted: Fri Apr 9th, 2021 06:43 pm
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Tsquare wrote:
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Selling tools is like selling guns.

I lost all mine in a boating accident...

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Hawk136439 wrote:
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Selling tools is like selling guns.

I lost all mine in a boating accident...

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Back to Ranger content for a minute lol. I got lazy and scheduled an alignment without checking the truck out first. They pulled the truck in, told me it needs upper and lower ball joints and pulled it back out. So now I should have a frontend kit in on Monday and maybe THEN I can get an alignment and start driving it again. Maybe while I'm in there I'll try fixing the exhaust manifold flange bolts (thanks to the last shop to replace the clutch) so she stops trying to gas me out in traffic or drive throughs. I swear if this thing didn't have working A/C it would tick all the boxes for certified sh!t box lol.



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I would rather give tools away than sell them.



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JAMMAN wrote:
I would rather give tools away than sell them.
I need a CNC machine.



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This was pretty cool. Co worker needed his truck taken to the shop and asked if I thought my truck could pull it. Me, being the guy who likes to do stuff my truck probably shouldn’t, said yes. Honestly, I pulled it very easily. Stopping wasn’t an issue either, dog ran into the road as I was going about 50 and I slowed down almost to a stop pretty quickly. The 10” brakes on this new axle are pretty nice. My trucks got the 2.3l 4 banger, 5 speed, and 4.10 gears on 31” tires. Not Uhaul approved. 




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@VR: It's hard to kill a Ford Ranger! :-)



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I swapped wheels and tires between the extended cab and the short cab jalapeno.  I'm selling the ex cab and I wanted those cool fx4 level2 wheels I got from Adam on my favorite keeper.



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@Jim: Didn't know you had a set of Alcoas.

Went to the local U-Pull and grabbed some 2004 Mustang rear brake hardware.  Getting ready to convert my rear drums to disk and completely rebuild the fronts, along with a much needed fluid flush.



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Yup. They are starting to get the white fuzz of death but still look cool.




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99 XL 4WD RCSB 3.0 PJ (Plain Jane) For Sale
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That's a nice looking ExCab ya got there!

You can fix that "white fuzz of death" with Mothers polish and a Mothers Powerball.  I restored ArcticWolf's 10-slot wheels when he first got the truck, and they were BAD.





Just takes a little time.  I used a heavy duty paint stripper to remove all the clear coat, then wet sanded with 1000 grit.  After that, Mothers with the Powerball.  They looked pretty darn good when I got done.



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I de-modded my extended cab. Took the LED's out of the tail lights for my other one, took the buggman turn signal 3rd tail light off, exchanged it for a normal one, took the 2DIN Pioneer out, replaced with the cd/cassette model that came with it. I took my modded cubby hole out with the USB charger and USB port hooked to the pioneer, took the microphone out. Save for the accessory after ignition off mod I have returned it to stock condition. I had some cheaper LED's in the front I removed and put stock bulbs in it.

Received the wheel bearing and stabilizer links. Monday it will be ready to sell.



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99 XL 4WD RCSB 3.0 PJ (Plain Jane) For Sale
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Takes about as much time to "de-mod" a truck as it does to "mod" it. :-(  At least you kept all the stock stuff!



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Service at 140k. I had the tires rotated last week. I changed the oil, oil filter, air filter, and spark plugs. My city driving gas mileage is usually about 19 to 20 mpg. For the last 3 tanks it has been in the 15 to 16 mpg area. I put some Denso Iridium in this time. I topped off the washer fluid and added 3/4 gallon to the radiator and overflow tank. I think I added anti-freeze at 120k so I will pay more attention to it over the next 5k miles. Brake fluid and transmission fluid were the right color and levels. The next time I drive it I will top it off and add injector cleaner.
I posted that April 5th.  I filled the tank on the 8th and added a fuel system cleaner. I filled up this morning for the first time since then. I got 20.1 mpg on that tank. All of the driving was city driving with many trips of only 2 miles where everything had not come up to operating temperature.

I typically drive the truck to work in the morning and switch out to the motorcycle at lunch. Then there are the days I drive my wife's car because she wants me to fill it with gas, wash it, or do something else with it. If I don't drive it for more than a day I hook it up to a trickle charger that I have hardwired inside the hood. It is not uncommon for it to sit a week or two at certain times of the year.



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That's good mileage!  I have a 70 mile round trip to work every day.  I can get 20-21 mpg, but that's mostly highway miles.



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I omitted that I also Sea Foamed the top end prior to changing the plugs and filters. With all the parts I changed out it should be at the top of it's game.  On a non-performance vehicle like the Ranger I drive it fairly easy. My motorcycle is driven like I stole it. My Stingray should be back on the road in the next 2 months and it will be hard not to push the new engine till it is broken in.



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Tony, what year Sting Ray?.



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I did the easiest wheel bearing and stabilizer bushing job I have ever done. Only needed one bearing. I had replaced the bearings once before and used anti seize on everything including the outside of the bearing housing.
I was able to take the nut off the half shaft, took the entire caliper bracket off with 2 bolts caliper still on, pulled rotor off, 3 socket heads I put in the dust plate, 3 bolts from the back for the bearing, pulled it forward. Pushed the other one in, 3 bolts from the back, it already had clips on the ABS wire so I cut the old plastic clips off at the frame, pushed the new ones in the slots. 3 socket head screws put the dust plate back on, one in and out behind the knuckle (the one plastic clip for the ABS wire that has a screw in it), rotor on, caliper/bracket assembly back on 2 screws from the back, nut back on the half shaft, zipped it pre torque with mr. impact, then did the stabilizer bushings. I had a carbide tipped sawzall blade I bought last year for a metal job, it chewed right through the broken rods. So much easier to do 2 together than one with one still on.

Put wheels back on, lowered off stands, torqued the halfshaft nut, threw the hubcaps back on and scratched my head wondering what I was going to do tomorrow. I allotted 2 days for this job and it took me 1.5 hours. Went for a drive it is back to its great self. I hate to sell this thing but I have no place to put it. I'm sure the neighbors are sick of the green rangers scattered around parked in front of this and that house.



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It is a Silver Mist, 1974 that came with the standard 195 hp 350. It has AC, Delux interior, M21 Rock Crusher 4-speed, 4:10 Posi rear, tilt/tele steering wheel, and AM/FM radio with almost 47k miles on the clock.  It originally belonged to a lawyer where it was a fair weather car. He drove it for 11 years then had a medical issue where he couldn't drive the manual transmission any more. It got put into storage and when he passed in 2010 his son put a cheap set of tires on it, added gas to the drained fuel tank, new battery, and changed all fluids. I have most of his service records up to 36k miles but a few are missing. I got it with just over 45k on it.

On the test ride the heater coil blew and they dropped the price $2k. I fixed it for about $200 and put about 1200 miles on it. The ethanol gas had dissolved the gas tank components and there was rust in the tank that was clogging the fuel filter. New gas tank and components. Less than 100 miles later the fuel pump starts leaking. The AC compressor has to be removed to get to the fuel pump. A bolt broke in the head while removing the AC. 

I had to pull the head to get the bolt out. This became a father/son project and we pulled both heads to have them worked for today's fuel and to get rid of 74 smog choke points. A buddy that owned the machine shop told me what it would cost and convinced me to get a set of aluminum Dart heads. I figured if I am going to swap the heads go all the way with a top end rebuild. ISKY cam to 327ci 350hp Mouse Motor specs, roller rockers, timing gears/chain, shorty headers, Torker II low rise intake, Holly 650 Double Pumper, and a Petronix points conversion kit. My son was working 4 hours away and he would come up once a month to help with the re-build.

We had the top end together and my son was torqueing  down the Harmonic balancer and the bolt stripped the threads in the crank. Education time. I showed my son how to drill and tap for a Heli-coil. While torqueing down the harmonic balancer it stripped again. I ordered the next size up tap and drill bit. My son was killed by a tweaker/dealer and the project got put on hold. 

That was 7 years ago. I have finally gotten motivated enough to get back to it. Once or twice a year since his death I would pick up a wrench only to put it back down before I did anything. I have finally edged past my demons on this and I am motivated to get this on the road before the end of July. I am re-building the complete brake system right now. I hope to have the brakes working by the end of May. I am in line with an old school master mechanic who is going to pull the engine and go through it. If he can save the crank he will. If not, it will get a 400 SB crank to bump this up the 383ci. If it stays 350ci it should have 400 or so HP. If it goes to 383 it should be about 430 HP.

The body is in great shape except for one divot in a rear quarter panel and a scuffed nose piece. I plan on doing the fiberglass repair and have an airbrush spot repaint of the two areas by the guy that took all of the chips off my wife's last car before I sold it. The front and rear bumpers are also in great shape as is the top. All it will need is new carpet as it is a bit faded. I also have a vinyl hard top that needs a new headliner. It will not be a 100 point show car but I will probably run a years worth of the show circuit and see how it does in the "Survivor" class. It will also replace the Ranger as my daily driver after the motorcycle.



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Tony, so sorry about your son. The Sting Ray sounds like it will be a fun car to drive as a DD.



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Tony, very sorry to hear about your son.  That would have to be a nightmare you can't wake up from.  Sounds like the Stingray will make a great car once you have it back together!  Pictures of it would be very welcome here, ya know! :-)



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Dang man, that is truly sweet! :-)



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Nice ride.



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