It is, Have zero complaints about it, other then the foam included seems to just rip and get torn up on mine (have replaced it 2 times so far with parts from WH) Functions perfectly without it though, so I just grease the joints more often. Installs just like the stock parts, which is why I got it, and it maintains the same geometry as stock too, or real close. With the WH adjustable Track bar, everything lines up excellent and zero bump steer or anything else goofy. It has to be the beefiest, stock replacement parts you can buy for these trucks, that require no modifications to the knuckles.Brandon,
that looks like Clydsdale tie rod and drag link. How do you like it? Did it go together easy?
Those came from LMC, seem like decent pieces thus far.Who did you buy the hinges from?
78 will still be a Sand/Mud rig. Its a different truck in every right. The ranger is a 2.3l 5 speed, never will be quite the same as the 429 c6 combo in the 78. I could forsee having both up there at the same time, using the 78 as somewhat of a chase vehicle to get the 2wd ranger un stuck.Wow, what a badass rig!
seems to be hell of dune monster.
but what about the 78 then? Still going to be a sandy then?
I was looking at tub buggies & Baja bugs, few rail buggies, and came across this. I specifcally wanted a manual and also something with 4 cylinders. That person's you know sounds like a nice truck too.Those Rangers are pretty cool and there are quite a few out on the dunes. A guy at work-his son has one that's a turbo and has a C4 in it.
This will show some geek in me but i most like your trailer. Yummy
Someday. Gotta quit spending money on other crap.Love my RNR trailer, its a 20ft 10k rated all aluminum trailer, extra wide deck. Few other add ons I put on like the LED light bar, winch, bunch of extra D-Rings, etc... Will never own another steel bumper pull again, at least not near the 20' mark. Made in three rivers.