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  1. Maniac
    06-24-2012 09:06 AM
    hear anything more about the parker dam meet? i havent
  2. MazdaDS
    02-22-2012 04:55 PM
    yeah, havent got on here in a while after being insulted by a few "members"
  3. Riq21
    12-31-2011 07:00 PM
    There is a bunch of work involved, but it is well worth the effort. You sit just a tad higher in the seat and a little forward. I solved this issue by putting the back of the seat in my shop press and bending it just a little bit. One thing you need to know going in is that when you remove your tracks from your stock seats, you will end up completely dissasembling them. You must drill and cut all the original rivets from the track. You cannot use the electric seat function of the explorer seats. Once your tracks are off your original seats, you just drill a couple of holes and bolt them to the explorer seat bottom. The explorer tracks are bolts on with four self tapping bolts you will reuse to attach you original tracks to the explorer seats. Lots of verbiage here, but really well worth the effort in my opinion. My Ranger looks like it came from the factory this way and they are definately more comfortable then the original seats.
  4. 02maz
    09-07-2011 05:59 AM
    Haha yea Ive been to all of those, and the company I was with was Foreman Program Construction Managers
  5. 02maz
    09-06-2011 07:20 PM
    I was interning with a construction management company, I thought it was a nice little town, I love how there were Sheetz everywhere
  6. 02maz
    09-06-2011 05:58 PM
    Hey man nice truck. I was in Dubois alot this summer for work; I was at the Juniata Elementary School.

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    1998 Ford Ranger: 3.0 V6 -- 5-Speed -- 4x4 -- Single Cab -- XLT -- Black -- Check out the build thread for mods..

    Originally Posted by FireRanger View Post
    Also, if you're driving around in 4wd "because it is winter", you're in an idiot. It should only be engaged in conditions that warrant the extra drive traction. Using 4wd on dry pavement WILL wreck your shit.
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