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Picture My 2nd Truck
So I haven't been on here in a while and that is because I have since left the Ranger world and moved up to the F-150 I got back in November 2012... Sad to say but I still miss my old Ranger.

2004 F-150 XLT SCab 4X4
True Blue/Silver
5.4L V8
Auto
Power Seat/Windows/Locks/Rear Slider
Running Boards
Chrome Accents
285/70/17 Toyo MTs
10" Subwoofer
Blue LEDs Beat to Music
Edge Evolution
3" Autospring with 1.75" Shackles

Lots more to come
20 08-18-2014 05:45 AM
Picture My 1st Truck (Part II)
6 11-19-2011 12:55 AM
Picture My 1st Truck
2002 Ford Ranger XLT
4X4 Off Road Package (Wannabe FX4 Off Road)
4.0L SOHC V6
6 disc CD
Power Windows
Power Locks
Power Mirrors
Sliding Rear Window
Under Rail Bedliner
Class III Hitch Receiver

Mods:
2" Lift
T-Bar Cranked
20% Tinted Windows
3% Windshield Tint Strip
Double 20% Tinted Rear Window
Smoked Recon LED Cab Lights
LED Under Tailgate Light Strip
Tinted Tail Lights
Headlight Covers
Decals
Black Toolbox
Custom Painted Silver Interior Panels
Pioneer Speakers
Cherry Bomb Glasspack
55 Watt Driving Lights Mounted on the Hitch Tied Into the Reverse Lights.
Fog Light Mod
Black Brush Guard

On The To-Do List:
Explorer OHC
Dick Cepek DC-2 Rims
33's or 35's
10" Subwoofer With a Custom Box in Place of the Jack to Give It a "Clean" Look
Pioneer Head Unit
6000K Bi-Xenon HID Headlights
6000K HID Fog Lights
KC DayLighters or PIAA Super Whites on the Brush Guard
57 11-13-2011 11:42 PM
Picture The Subwoofer Box
I got the main idea for this from FX4 from his thread "My Sub Enclosure Journey" so I'm gonna give some credit to him. Since FX4's is designed to house a shallow mount 10" sub I had to do some slight modifications to make it fit my 8" sub. Since mine is not a shallow mount, I extended the width out an additional 3" to ensure there would be enough breathing room and I shrunk the hole to fit my smaller sub. I designed it to used the top surface of the box to mount to Kenwood amp. Some of the dimensions need a little bit of tweaking but you get the idea. It's for the 8" subwoofer I have and the Kenwood amp I want to get. The only reason I have a 8" and not a 10" sub is because I was at a flea market and I came across it for sale for only $4!!! So I figured I buy it, if it didn't work that would be ok it was only $4 but if it did, I bought a working subwoofer for $4! lol. Well it works, pretty good too lol. Any how on to the box - It is designed to fit where the jack is on my truck, in between the rear jump seats. By putting it there I have full access to both rear seats and floor space. I can't wait to be able to start on this in the near future!
1 09-27-2011 08:29 PM