Motortech 4x4 - Project Ranger

We've been modifying a thing or two on the Motortech4x4 Ford Ranger, check out the photos below.

The start of project Ranger
The start of project Ranger
The start of project Ranger
The start of project Ranger
Standard and Old Man Emu Rear Leaf Springs
No suspension. Leaf spring and shock absorber removed.
Old Man Emu Leaf spring, shock absorber, U bolts and new bushes with greasable shackles
Old Man Emu Leaf spring, shock absorber, U bolts and new bushes with greasable shackles
The completed rear suspension with 50mm more clearance.
Original Ford front suspension
Replacement Old Man Emu front suspension
Replacement Old Man Emu front suspension
The before shot
Bumper and grill removed
Bumper and grill removed
Lights out, front cross bar removed and trims off
The wiring for the lights can be seen
Front crossmember
The trim panels that fit under the headlamps have to be cut and shaped to suit the new bar
The trim panels that fit under the headlamps have to be cut and shaped to suit the new bar
The panel before (bottom) and modified panel (top)
Lights going back in, the rebuild begins
The front bumper has to be cut and redesigned
The cut off top part of the bumper
Rear corners are removed from the panel
The lower mount panel and crumple zone fitted at the bottom of the car
The finished trim panel, after all modifications and cuts are complete
The lower mount panel can be seen clearly, sticking out like 2 horns
The winch bar with Kingone TDS9.5s bolted into the cradle
The business end
The finished article
Job Done
Job Done
Job Done
Job Done
Now to modify the bits you don't see
Now to modify the bits you don't see
First, we fit an ARB recovery point
Once fitted, we can put the under-body protection on
Vehicle specific and designed with the recovery point in mind
and this is the rear. Note the transfer case protector.
Here you see the full length of the protection
20 Inch wheels
ARB Intensity Lights
ARB Intensity Lights on