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Date: 25 Feb 98 08:23:48 EST
From: RandalDGazdecki eaton.com
Subject: fwd: fordtrucks-small-digest V2 #54
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Randy
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fordtrucks-small-digest Sunday, February 22 1998 Volume 02 : Number 054



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In this issue:

Re: your mail [Mark Pawlowski ]
Re: Rewiring 98 Ranger fog lights [EdDSP aol.com]
4.0L Exhaust [FastRngXLT aol.com]
Re: 4.0L Exhaust [Bob Fiddes ]
Re: 4.0L Exhaust [fastranger juno.com (Brian S Grooms)]
Cam q's [Luke Wells ]

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Date: Sat, 21 Feb 1998 08:18:57 -0800
From: Mark Pawlowski
Subject: Re: your mail

Sorry I can't agree with you. I live in a "Ford Country" town, lots of farms and
ranches. You don't see GM around here much. I have a 97 Ranger SC 4x2 XLT with 4:10
:1 5 speed. I for one think the F150 looks goofy.


> > Show a little pride in your Ranger, which at least looks like a truck,
> > unlike the F150!
> >
>
> I strongly disagree with that comment! The F-150 is the sweetest looking truck
> out there! It looks like a truck and rides like a truck. That is a touch that
> the Ranger and some of the competition has ditched. There IS a reason that the
> F-150 is still the best selling vehicle on the planet!
>
> I have plenty of pride in my ranger, and even more in the F-150.

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Date: Sat, 21 Feb 1998 16:38:02 EST
From: EdDSP aol.com
Subject: Re: Rewiring 98 Ranger fog lights

In a message dated 98-02-20 23:12:40 EST, you write:


in the engine compartment...this relay is what is used to make them turn on
only with the low beams. I think that the easiest way would be to rewire
the fog lights with an aftermarket wiring harness for off road lights and
use the factory switch. Pep Boys sells just this type of harness for about
$20. I don't think that there is an easy way to use the existing wiring
from the truck unless you can get a goos schematic somewhere...my haynes
book doesn't even show the fogs in its diagrams.

Thanks...I was thinking the foglight switch itself may need to be rewired. But
a stereo/alarm installer friend tells me I can rewire the "86" pin on the
factory relay to make it work. I'll try it later.

>> Check the legality of this before you do this also...I'm pretty sure it's
not legal to have your fog lights on with any other light setting than with
the low beams in my neck of the woods....

I believe it is legal in NJ to run the fogs with parking lights...my uncle's
Jeep allows it.

- -Ed
98 Ranger Supercab, torreador red

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Date: Sat, 21 Feb 1998 20:33:03 EST
From: FastRngXLT aol.com
Subject: 4.0L Exhaust

Hello all,

I am in the proccess of ordering a new 98' Ranger Splash with the 4.0L V6
engine and the manual tranny. Just last week I was involved in an accident
that totaled my 96' 3.0L Ranger XLT. I used a 2 chamber Flowmaster muffler
with a single inlet/dual outlet setup with 2 1/4" pipes and chrome tips that
exited the rear. Its sounded amazingly good for a 3.0, but my question is
since I basicly have to start all over again with a new Ranger I wanted to
know who has a performance exhaust and what kind, and if you like it.

Thanks

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Date: Sat, 21 Feb 1998 20:05:30 -0700
From: Bob Fiddes
Subject: Re: 4.0L Exhaust

Borla is great! Sounds good, looks good, easy to install and mine is connected
to JBA shorty headers. Works great!

Bob

FastRngXLT aol.com wrote:

> but my question is
> since I basicly have to start all over again with a new Ranger I wanted to
> know who has a performance exhaust and what kind, and if you like it.
>
> Thanks
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Date: Sat, 21 Feb 1998 23:49:53 -0500
From: fastranger juno.com (Brian S Grooms)
Subject: Re: 4.0L Exhaust

>Borla is great! Sounds good, looks good, easy to install and mine is
connected
>to JBA shorty headers. Works great!


Thanks.

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Date: Sun, 22 Feb 1998 01:11:20 -0500
From: Luke Wells
Subject: Cam q's

Hey i was wondering what would be the best cam/and setup (rockers,etc)
for my 96 2.3 ranger , also what would be any gains
HP, Torque, sound, etc. I don't know much about this (I have the racer
walsh catalogue and that is where i saw the parts)so I was curious, also
what would be a comprable price for this install and parts?? Thanx

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