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1988 Ford Ranger Xlt 4x4 302 Solid Front Axle on 2040-cars

Year:1988 Mileage:67085
Location:

Catawissa, Pennsylvania, United States

Catawissa, Pennsylvania, United States

For sale:
*1988 Ford Ranger XLT 4x4
*1980 F150 302 with new bearings, gaskets, oil pump, motorsport carb and intake from 70's mustang, electric cooling fan, and power steering set up from 80's Lincoln.
*Freshly rebuilt C4 auto transmission with C5 output shaft and tail housing, original Borg Warner transfer case, B & M Megashifter, and 2 trans coolers.
*1991 Ford Explorer 8.8 31 Spline rear axle with 4.56 gears, Eaton posi unit, and axle shafts with 5x5.5 bolt pattern(no spacers).
*1977 Ford F150 Dana 44 front axle narrowed 6"with 4.56 gears, new axle seals, new u-joints, new dust shields, and new brakes.
* Jeep Wrangler front leaf spring set up with hand made mounting brackets and 2 additional cross members which all bolt to the frame.
*Pro Comp 37x13.5x16 X-Terrain tires.
*Ramsey 6000 lb. winch.
*New body mounts, gas tank, and fuel pump.
*Garage kept, original paint, very clean truck. It has not seen mud since rebuild.
*I have owned for 15+ years. It would be hard to find a nicer 25 year old gen. 1 Ranger. This is truly a one of a kind truck with surprisingly descent road manners even with all the suspension modifications.
$6,500
Call or text 570-764-4808 with any questions or to see the truck.  More pictures can be seen on posting on Scranton Craigslist.

Pick up in Catawissa, PA 17820.  Cash in hand at time of pickup.  No other form of payment accepted.


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