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In this issue:

FTE Small - re: tires
Re: FTE Small - Newbie seeking info
FTE Small - Bll/California smog advise
FTE Small - 5 Spd Tranny
Re: FTE Small - Bll/California smog advise
FTE Small - RE:
FTE Small - Wanted 95-97 Ranger Intake Pipe
FTE Small - Supspension Lift
RE: FTE Small - Wanted 95-97 Ranger Intake Pipe
Re: FTE Small - 5 Spd Tranny
RE: FTE Small - MAF Sensor
Re: FTE Small - RE:
FTE Small - More on 5spd Tranny
Re: FTE Small - More on 5spd Tranny
Re: FTE Small - RE:
Re: FTE Small - Wanted 95-97 Ranger Intake Pipe
FTE Small - re: ADMIN: Language - re: Copy letter from Ford UK about my Explore
Re: FTE Small - Tires
Re: FTE Small - Tires
Re: FTE Small - Bll/California smog advise

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Date: Thu, 19 Aug 1999 06:56:43 -0400
From: Dwight Varnes
Subject: FTE Small - re: tires

I just recently put Pirelli Scorpions on my POS Nissan, haven't driven
on anything but pavement so far. My only note is that after sitting
unused for several days they seem to get out-or-round until driven a few
miles, probably indicitive of a higher vinyl content in the construction
(meaning, stronger).
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Dwight Varnes, insurance appraiser and car nut
1970 124 Spider (restored, mostly)
1986 Audi Coupe GT (bigger engine STILL at machine shop)
1989 VW Jetta GLI 16v (the wife's ride, tired but loyal)
1984 Nissan 4x4 Pickup (rust never sleeps)
1965 Buick Skylark conv. (unrestored, for sale)
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Date: Thu, 19 Aug 1999 08:05:08 -0500 (CDT)
From: Sandman
Subject: Re: FTE Small - Newbie seeking info

The four banger engine runs fine as long as its been well maintained. The
89 and up 4 bangers are more powerful than the 83-88's are, but the 89+
also have 2 spark plugs per cylinder for emmisions reasons. Check out my
page, which I need to update bad, at http://www.ford-trucks.com//lc/lc.php?action=do&link=http://www.ghg.net/sandmanx/ranger.
It has a few high mileage rangers on there, and maybe you can get a feel
of what you want.


On Wed, 18 Aug 1999, Dwight Varnes wrote:

> Hello gang, I'm fresh to this forum but participate in several others
> (see my bizarre list of cars). I'm gearing up to purchase a newer,
> better truck as soon as some sucker comes along and relieves me of my
> Nissan.
> Anyway, the Ranger is one of the few I consider worthy as a replacement,
> and am seeking some basic info or point to the right direction/website.
>
> 1) HP & torque figures for the various engines
> 2) What to absolutely stay away from or expect as negatives
> 3) What year did they begin to use fuel injection?
> 4) Fuel mileage I can expect for any of the engine combos
>
> The truck I'll be seeking is a stick, 2wd with a/c. I'm incredibly
> cheap, so the spending limit is probably $3500. Mileage won't matter as
> everything except the POS Nissan has over 100k on it. I like high
> mileage vehicles, in fact, as they can be bought for a song and rarely
> have serious troubles that can't be detected right away. Used for daily
> commuting and occasional hauling. I'm aware the 2.8 isn't so swift so am
> leaning towards a 4 banger unless you all scare me away from them.

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Date: Thu, 19 Aug 1999 06:52:42 -0700
From: johnhfleming juno.com
Subject: FTE Small - Bll/California smog advise

I am looking into getting a Bll in the '87-'90 range. V6, 5 spd etc. I
have an '85 2.8 Ranger and the thing is almost impossible to get through
Cal smog tests. I've put around $400. into it and still no-go. Anyway, I
want to hear any stories, pro or con, about the FI engines or any other
problems/fixed with the Bll's in California.

TIA

John

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Date: Thu, 19 Aug 1999 09:09:04 -0500
From: curtish webtechnology.com (Curtis Hartung)
Subject: FTE Small - 5 Spd Tranny

Hi everyone,

I am new to this list but have had Ford Trucks for years. I am =
currently considering purchasing a '94 Mazda B3000, which as you =
probably know is really a Ranger. It's a high mileage truck (160,000) =
but seems to be fairly decent shape. My major concern is the =
transmission. It has a very distinct whine in 1st, 2nd, and 3rd but =
not in 4th, 5th or neutral. I have been told that it is a bearing =
problem. I had "Lemon Busters" check it out and they reported a small =
leak at the rear of the transmission. My questions:

Could the problem just be low fluid in the tranny?
Since the tranny works fine, what risk am I taking driving with the =
whine?
Where in the Dallas, TX area can I get transmission work done at a =
reasonable rate? I've been quoted $650 for new bearing and =
synchronizers.

I'm getting a pretty good price for the truck and would like to decide =
today, so if anybody has any comments or suggestions please respond.

Thanks

Curtis =20

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Date: Thu, 19 Aug 1999 14:34:21 GMT
From: 88biixlt fncool.com
Subject: Re: FTE Small - Bll/California smog advise

I don't live in CA, but my '88 BII XLT (2.9L, auto) has passed
emissions with flying colors. Now, I know CA emissions are the hardest
to pass, but my inspection slips have always said zero ppm CO. I don't
quite remember what the other numbers were, but they were similarly
low.

JC
'88 BII XLT
235/70R15s
40ch CB
(2)10k tow hooks
Removed Airbox
K&N
Light bar
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Subject: FTE Small - Bll/California smog advise
From: johnhfleming juno.com
To: small-list ford-trucks.com
Date: Thu, 19 Aug 1999 06:52:42 -0700


I am looking into getting a Bll in the '87-'90 range. V6, 5 spd etc. I
have an '85 2.8 Ranger and the thing is almost impossible to get
through
Cal smog tests. I've put around $400. into it and still no-go. Anyway,
I
want to hear any stories, pro or con, about the FI engines or any other
problems/fixed with the Bll's in California.

TIA

John

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Date: Thu, 19 Aug 1999 08:33:46 -0700
From: "Allerheiligen, Brad"
Subject: FTE Small - RE:

What do mean you are too picky to have a custom system done? That is why you
would have a custom exhaust system made. Plus it usually will not take a
good reliable shop much longer to create a system than an off the shelf kit.
I didn't go with an out of the box system because I wanted to choose tubing
type and size, muffler, and exhaust routing. I went to Beach Cities Muffler
and Rod in Torrance CA, and had them install BBK headers, stainless steel
tubing and a Flowmaster 2 chamber, and had it exit in front of the passenger
side rear tire, with a stainless steel angle cut rolled edge tip. I like the
sound, and was very happy the look and especially the performance.

Good luck,

- -Brad-
'94 4.0 XLT Supercab 4x2 (NSTYXLT)
5" suspension lift w/ 31" BFG AT's
Custom intake and exhaust

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Date: Wed, 18 Aug 1999 19:50:37 -0400
From: "Anthony Rifici"
Subject: FTE Small - Pacesetter/TFX or Gibson cat back

I have been looking into cat-back exhaust systems for my '94 Ranger 4.0L
for some time now, I think that I have narrowed it down to Gibson or
Pacesetter/TFX.
Anybody know anything about these products? Both are mandrel bent and
aluminized. The Pacesetter is split-rear exit, but costs more. The Gibson
is single exit.
I am looking for a low rumble, but I don't want it to resonate in the
cab as I do alot of freeway driving. I would prefer it not to be a whole
lot louder than stock. The sound clip on Gibson's home page
(www.gibsonperformance.com), is exactly what I am looking for (I bet it
comes from a split-rear exit V8 even though there is an artists rendition of
a Ranger displayed).
I have looked into Flowmaster, Dynomax, Rhino, and others. For one
reason or another, their kits won't work for me. Also, I am way to picky to
have a custom job done, don't have the time either.

Thanks,
Tony
'94 Ranger Supercab, 4.0L, 5-Speed
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Date: Thu, 19 Aug 1999 09:18:26 -0700
From: "Allerheiligen, Brad"
Subject: FTE Small - Wanted 95-97 Ranger Intake Pipe

I am helping a friend do some intake mods on his Ranger and an intake pipe
for a 95-97 Ranger 4.0(It is the plastic intake tube that goes from the
airbox to the throttle body). He is willing to pay a fair price plus
shipping.

Thanks,
- -Brad-
'94 4.0 XLT Supercab 4x2 (NSTYXLT)
5" suspension lift w/ 31" BFG AT's
Custom intake and exhaust
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Date: Thu, 19 Aug 1999 09:18:42 -0700
From: Robert Gilkey
Subject: FTE Small - Supspension Lift

Brad Allerheiligen wrote:

>'94 4.0 XLT Supercab 4x2 (NSTYXLT)
>5" suspension lift w/ 31" BFG AT's
>Custom intake and exhaust

I didn't think they made lift kits for the 4x2 Ranger.
Would you mind telling me where you went for your suspension lift?
I want to put a lift on my truck "'94 4.0 XLT Supercab 4x2" yet couldn't
seem to find any lift kits for it.
Thanks,
Robert Gilkey

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Date: Thu, 19 Aug 1999 09:42:10 -0700
From: Ray Scheidnes
Subject: RE: FTE Small - Wanted 95-97 Ranger Intake Pipe

I just modified the intake on my 94 4.0. I installed the KKM intake kit and
had to obtain the rubber tube which sits between the MAF/filter assembly and
the motor, too. I purchased mine from a Ford dealer and it cost around $50
- - $55, if I remember correctly. You could try finding the part from a
junkyard if you have the time, as well. The dealer had to order the part
for me, as they said that they don't stock them because they don't get very
many requests for that part.

> ----------
> From: Allerheiligen, Brad[SMTP:BAllerheiligen kbhomes.com]
> Reply To: small-list ford-trucks.com
> Sent: Thursday, August 19, 1999 9:18 AM
> To: 'small-list ford-trucks.com'
> Subject: FTE Small - Wanted 95-97 Ranger Intake Pipe
>
> I am helping a friend do some intake mods on his Ranger and an intake pipe
> for a 95-97 Ranger 4.0(It is the plastic intake tube that goes from the
> airbox to the throttle body). He is willing to pay a fair price plus
> shipping.
>
> Thanks,
> -Brad-
> '94 4.0 XLT Supercab 4x2 (NSTYXLT)
> 5" suspension lift w/ 31" BFG AT's
> Custom intake and exhaust
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Date: Thu, 19 Aug 1999 13:51:04 -0400
From: "william.hickey"
Subject: Re: FTE Small - 5 Spd Tranny

I used to have a 93 ranger with the Mazda 5 speed. After about 60,000 miles it
started whine-ing in 1,2,3 gears at which time I had the transmission fluid
pumped out and refilled. The sound stopped after that. But after about
120,000 miles it started again but a with a very different whine sound. I
drove it like this for about 20,000 miles. I went to change it again but found
that the transmission was leaking and there wasn't much fluid left in it. I
filled it up again but the whine remained. I think that it had leaked out a
long time ago and had done some damage. I rememeber that it had leaked out due
to a bad seal.......... I later sold the truck ........ new owner is still
driving it with the whine without any problems .... I thought I saw a Ford TSB
concerning a bad seal on these trnamissions.
Bill




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Hi everyone,

I am new to this list but have had Ford Trucks for years. I am currently
considering purchasing a '94 Mazda B3000, which as you probably know is really a
Ranger. It's a high mileage truck (160,000) but seems to be fairly decent
shape. My major concern is the transmission. It has a very distinct whine in
1st, 2nd, and 3rd but not in 4th, 5th or neutral. I have been told that it is
a bearing problem. I had "Lemon Busters" check it out and they reported a small
leak at the rear of the transmission. My questions:

Could the problem just be low fluid in the tranny?
Since the tranny works fine, what risk am I taking driving with the whine?
Where in the Dallas, TX area can I get transmission work done at a reasonable
rate? I've been quoted $650 for new bearing and synchronizers.

I'm getting a pretty good price for the truck and would like to decide today, so
if anybody has any comments or suggestions please respond.

Thanks

Curtis

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Date: Thu, 19 Aug 1999 13:17:46 -0500
From: Mike Harms
Subject: RE: FTE Small - MAF Sensor

Nope, there is not a commercially packaged MAF management system for the 2.9
Ford (and probably never will be)

A guy over on the 2.9 board (http://www.ford-trucks.com//lc/lc.php?action=do&link=http://www.ford ranger. com/boards.html) Kunz
Korner is retrofitting a MAF system on his 2.9 ranger but is currently
having a too lean condition on WOT that he has to work out. Seems to be an
issue with the computer calibrated for a different injector than he is
running and he has not been able to find anyone willing to reprogram the
computer. There are tips on the board from him that tell ya how to do it if
you want to try, but it isn't necessarily minor work.

>Date: Wed, 18 Aug 1999 13:42:22 GMT
>From: 88biixlt fncool.com
>Subject: FTE Small - MAF Sensor
>
>Is there a MAF sensor kit available for the 2.9L V6 in my 88 BII? If
>so, how much would one cost?
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Date: Thu, 19 Aug 1999 13:51:04 -0500
From: Guy Anderson
Subject: Re: FTE Small - RE:

"Allerheiligen, Brad" wrote:
>
> What do mean you are too picky to have a custom system done? That is why you
> would have a custom exhaust system made. Plus it usually will not take a
> good reliable shop much longer to create a system than an off the shelf kit.
> I didn't go with an out of the box system because I wanted to choose tubing
> type and size, muffler, and exhaust routing. I went to Beach Cities Muffler
> and Rod in Torrance CA, and had them install BBK headers, stainless steel
> tubing and a Flowmaster 2 chamber, and had it exit in front of the passenger
> side rear tire, with a stainless steel angle cut rolled edge tip. I like the
> sound, and was very happy the look and especially the performance.
>
> Good luck,
>
> -Brad-


SO......nice stuff, but how much $$?
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Date: Thu, 19 Aug 1999 10:20:25 -0500
From: curtish webtechnology.com (Curtis Hartung)
Subject: FTE Small - More on 5spd Tranny

Hi again,

I have one more question. Can I swap the 5 spd transmission in my '92 4 =
cylinder Ranger with the 5 spd in the '94 V6 3.0 Mazda B3000. It also =
has a lot of miles but it doesn't whine about it.

Thanks

Curtis =20

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Date: Thu, 19 Aug 1999 14:29:40 -0500 (CDT)
From: Sandman
Subject: Re: FTE Small - More on 5spd Tranny

There should be no problem with that, since they are the same
transmissions. I got the whine in my 89 with the mazda 5 speed a while
back. It turned out it was leaking in several places, and after the leaks
were fixed and new fluid put in, it hasn't given me any problems. That
was done at about 160K and it now has 172K on it.

On Thu, 19 Aug 1999, Curtis Hartung wrote:

> Hi again,
>
> I have one more question. Can I swap the 5 spd transmission in my '92 4 cylinder Ranger with the 5 spd in the '94 V6 3.0 Mazda B3000. It also has a lot of miles but it doesn't whine about it.
>
> Thanks
>
> Curtis
>

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Date: Thu, 19 Aug 1999 17:16:07 -0400
From: "Anthony Rifici"
Subject: Re: FTE Small - RE:

>What do mean you are too picky to have a custom system done? That is why
you
>would have a custom exhaust system made. Plus it usually will not take a
>good reliable shop much longer to create a system than an off the shelf
kit.
>I didn't go with an out of the box system because I wanted to choose tubing
>type and size, muffler, and exhaust routing. I went to Beach Cities Muffler
>and Rod in Torrance CA, and had them install BBK headers, stainless steel
>tubing and a Flowmaster 2 chamber, and had it exit in front of the
passenger
>side rear tire, with a stainless steel angle cut rolled edge tip. I like
the
>sound, and was very happy the look and especially the performance.
>


I do not know of a "good reliable shop" in my area (Columbus or
Cleveland, OH). I don't think the odds are favorable that I could pick a
shop at random and get good quality materials, good welds (if necessary),
good bends, no squeaks/rattles, proper clearances, good exit placement (not
crooked), and a warrantee (on workmanship) without high $$ or alot of
aggravation. Thus, I am looking at the off the shelf systems, because they
are supposed to fit and if I don't like it, it can go back.
However, you and others who have had custom systems done have peaked my
interest. If I cannot get any more info on these kits, I think I might
start calling around to some local shops.

Thanks,
Tony
'94 Ranger Supercab, 4.0L, 5-Speed

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Date: Thu, 19 Aug 1999 17:22:17 -0400
From: "Anthony Rifici"
Subject: Re: FTE Small - Wanted 95-97 Ranger Intake Pipe

- -----Original Message-----
From: Ray Scheidnes
To: 'small-list ford-trucks.com'
Date: Thursday, August 19, 1999 12:44 PM
Subject: RE: FTE Small - Wanted 95-97 Ranger Intake Pipe


>I just modified the intake on my 94 4.0. I installed the KKM intake kit
and
>had to obtain the rubber tube which sits between the MAF/filter assembly
and
>the motor, too. I purchased mine from a Ford dealer and it cost around $50
>- $55, if I remember correctly. You could try finding the part from a
>junkyard if you have the time, as well. The dealer had to order the part
>for me, as they said that they don't stock them because they don't get very
>many requests for that part.
>


Someone on the list had mentioned Atascadero Ford Outlet
(www.ford-outlet.com) a few weeks ago. They sell new OEM parts at 20% off
list and it takes just as long to be shipped to you as it does for your
dealer to order it. I bought the glass for my power mirrors from them and
it worked out well. I will probably buy that same intake pipe from them
since all my local junkyards had "seen a 95 and up Ranger before, but ain't
seen one in a long time".

Tony
'94 Ranger Supercab, 4.0L, 5-Speed


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Date: Thu, 19 Aug 1999 19:42:27 -0400
From: Ken Payne
Subject: FTE Small - re: ADMIN: Language - re: Copy letter from Ford UK about my Explore

At 05:31 AM 8/19/99 -0400, you wrote:
>Date: Wed, 18 Aug 1999 15:20:32 -0400 (EDT)
>From: papacat webtv.net
>Subject: Re: FTE Small - ADMIN: Language - re: Copy letter from Ford UK about my Explorer....
>
>Kin,
>
>Some people say things in front of their mother that I would rather my
>kids not be exposed to.
>
>How about say to the "Judge" whe one is in court? Maybe, the paster,
>when in church?

The first sentence pretty much covers it:

"Please refrain from obscenity and the use of expletives."

Ken Payne

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Date: Thu, 19 Aug 1999 20:47:36 CDT
From: "Bad Brian"
Subject: Re: FTE Small - Tires

go with the yokohahma super digger v on it. these are an EXCELLENT
atraction tire for mud and snow. will not dig in sand. great wet traction
for a mud tire and very very quiet on the highway. i am on my third set and
love them. about 45K mileage on them too

Bad Brian
Southeastern Electronics
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>
>I'm planning on putting 30x9.5x15 tires on my BII. I've narrowed my
>search down to 5 tires, and anyone's opinions on any of them would be
>greatly appreciated.
>The five are:
>Dunlop Radial Rover RV ($73 ea)
>Pirelli Scorpion A/T ($75)
>Yokohama Geolander AT ($78)
>Dunlop Radial Rover AT ($84)
>BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A ($85)
>I've heard really good things about the BFGs, but I wanted to check
>around to see if I could get anything comparable for less money.
>Thanks!
>
>JC
>'88 BII XLT
>


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Date: Thu, 19 Aug 1999 22:26:39 -0500
From: b.mccoy baldeagle.com
Subject: Re: FTE Small - Tires

>I'm planning on putting 30x9.5x15 tires .......
>Dunlop Radial Rover RV ($73 ea).......
>BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A ($85)........
>I've heard really good things about the BF

I have owned both of these tires on some of my trucks. You hear
good things about the BFG's because they are great tires. I have
them now on my '93 Ranger and have dug my way through 10-12"
deep swap/mud/water without getting stuck. When I had the
Dunlops on a Nissan they worked great! Very good in the deep
MN snow and mud. The Dunlop "look" more agressive then the
BFG but I don't see any diff in the performance. I would say, save
a few bucks and go with the Dunlops.

- -B
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Date: Thu, 19 Aug 1999 22:02:32 -0700
From: Adam McLaughlin
Subject: Re: FTE Small - Bll/California smog advise

My 1988 BII with 163k+ miles passes better than my mother's 1992 Honda
Accord with 29K+ miles here in California.

Adam

88biixlt fncool.com wrote:

> I don't live in CA, but my '88 BII XLT (2.9L, auto) has passed
> emissions with flying colors. Now, I know CA emissions are the hardest
> to pass, but my inspection slips have always said zero ppm CO. I don't
> quite remember what the other numbers were, but they were similarly
> low.
>
> JC
> '88 BII XLT
> 235/70R15s
> 40ch CB
> (2)10k tow hooks
> Removed Airbox
> K&N
> Light bar
> http://www.ford-trucks.com//lc/lc.php?action=do&link=http://members.xoom.com/88BIIXLT/Main/BIIPics/BIIpics.html
>
> -- Original Message As Follows --
>
> Subject: FTE Small - Bll/California smog advise
> From: johnhfleming juno.com
> To: small-list ford-trucks.com
> Date: Thu, 19 Aug 1999 06:52:42 -0700
>
> I am looking into getting a Bll in the '87-'90 range. V6, 5 spd etc. I....


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