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Old 11-03-2007, 07:28 AM
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What are the dimensions of a Ranger chassis

I found that a Ranger and a '34 Ford coupe have the same wheelbase. There are fiberglass bodies available and I'm thinking of getting an older Ranger and putting a coupe body on it. Where can I find a diagram of a Ranger chassis or the dimensions written out?
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Old 11-03-2007, 12:08 PM
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Rangers come in three wheel bases. Track width and wheel base vary from year to year. What is the approximate wheel base and track width of the body you are looking at?
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Old 11-04-2007, 05:09 AM
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The frame was 44" wide at the rear and 25.75" at the front. The '34 coupe had a 112" wheelbase. I saw the regular cab short bed Ranger looked promising.
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Old 11-05-2007, 07:35 AM
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Does anyone know the frame dimensions? Those are critical.
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Old 11-05-2007, 11:34 AM
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86 Ranger Xcab STX 4X4,D35,8.8,456's locked,4in lift
95 Ranger short bed 4X4 4.0 5spd
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Here are some 1998-2002 Short wheel base regular cab dimensions.
Wheel base 111.6"
Front tread width 58.6" measured an centerline of tread
Rear tread width 57.3"
Rear frame width 32.8" outside to outside. Inside to inside 27.8"
Frame kicks up in the front and rear quite a bit. About 22" behind centerline of front wheel, the frame is flat for about 32 inches. The top of the frame kicks up in front about 9" at the front wheel and the top of the frame kicks up about 10.5" at the rear wheel. About 22" behind the front wheel and continuing rearward the frame is straight as you look down on it in a plan view.
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Here are some 1998-2002 Short wheel base regular cab dimensions.
Wheel base 111.6"
Front tread width 58.6" measured an centerline of tread
Rear tread width 57.3"
Rear frame width 32.8" outside to outside. Inside to inside 27.8"
Frame kicks up in the front and rear quite a bit. About 22" behind centerline of front wheel, the frame is flat for about 32 inches. The top of the frame kicks up in front about 9" at the front wheel and the top of the frame kicks up about 10.5" at the rear wheel. About 22" behind the front wheel and continuing rearward the frame is straight as you look down on it in a plan view.
Thanks! It's just what I was after.
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Have a ball. One of our local builders put a 34 pickup on a ranger chassis with a turbo thunderbird 2.3 liter. Really nice combination
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Have a ball. One of our local builders put a 34 pickup on a ranger chassis with a turbo thunderbird 2.3 liter. Really nice combination
By the way, do you know the front frame width?
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30" outside to outside
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that's for an '84 - my '97 is 31 1/2
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hey t-bolt460, was wondering which years and bed style of ranger had the 113.9 wheelbase you mentioned here? i have a 63 ford stepside im looking to do something with. it has a 114" wheelbase and about a 60" track so far this ranger is the closest thing ive found...please let me know if you can.......thanks
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107.9 in (short bed reg cab)
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90 BII,2.9/C5/D44/9in
86 Ranger Xcab STX 4X4,D35,8.8,456's locked,4in lift
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