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Old 08-22-2010, 02:53 PM
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My question is? can I take 73 ford ranger body and put it on a 2003 ford f150 two wheel drive power train?
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My question is? can I take 73 ford ranger body and put it on a 2003 ford f150 two wheel drive power train?
Sure, given enough time, money, and welding ability.
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With a MIG, a cutting torch, a Sawzall and a good hand grinder, anything will fit anything. Trust me on this.
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With a MIG, a cutting torch, a Sawzall and a good hand grinder, anything will fit anything. Trust me on this.
You forgot the BFH...
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Oh yeah, and a BFH. Thanks Joe.
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