Hix, are those the James Duff coils??? I'm thinking that they are... If you are still running the 4.0L in that thing then you have to keep me posted on how they work... Everybody I talk to has a different opinion on EB coils in a V6 Ranger. Other than that, the swap looks clean... So when are you coming to CA to try some real wheeling????
They are variable rate duff 3.5 inch lift coils. They are supposed to be a little softer than the regular ones.
As far as price goes
250 for the axle
100 bux to have it narrowed
125 for the coils
165 for the 4.56 gears
175 for the gear install
200 for the steering and trackbar
100 for misc shit
I sold my old axle for 375
and the superlift 5.5 for 300
Did you have to use early Bronco coil towers, or did you just make the buckets on the B4K work? I think that the coil towers on a B4K are for 4.75" coils, and not the 5" coil of the Bronco, right? Also, who made the steering linkage?
Rockstomper.com made the steering and I can't say enough about the quality.
The coil buckets work perfect if you bend two tabs on each bucket out of the way. This is not due to the increased radius but to the fact that the EB coils top wrap goes accorss the center of the coil.
Do you have any close up pics of the bucket mods? I might skip the coil buckets and fab some coilover mounts, but if it is that easy to use the stock buckets than I might do that. I am pretty sure that the buckets on a B4K are the same as an Explorer. Is that trackbar adjustable?
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