Who: Richard Silva
Where: Corona, California
What: '02 Ford Ranger
Richard Silva from Corona, California, sent us these pictures of his '02 3.0L Ford Ranger. he has done all of the modifications to his truck, except for the front-end lift. it has a 5-1/2-inch Fabtech ultimate lift kit and sits on 32x11.50R15 BFG mudders and eagle alloys. Under the hood, it has an FiPK Gen ii intake, an Underdog underdrive pulley, and an Underdog alternator pulley powered by a Gatorback Belt. the Ranger's lighting consists of clear corners with superwhite bulbs, including interior bulbs and a Recon Led third brake light. a Precision Classic billet grille, with behindthe-grille driving lights and a billet antenna, was added for exterior appeal. to power the oversized off-road tires and wheels, this Ranger has 4.56 gears. in addition, it has custom 2-1/2-inch exhaust tubing with a Flowmaster 40-series muffl er and a custom cut-off tip. to upgrade the audio, it has an aftermarket Sony Xplod 52x4-watt stereo with an auxiliary input jack and a full set of 6x8-inch Pioneer four-way 220-watt speakers. making sure his ride stays in his possession, a Bulldog two-way alarm with engine start was installed. to finish it off, Richard wants to get a hypertech Power Programmer iii and a 10-inch sub.
Who: Jeffrey Dunn
Where: Chandlersville, Ohio
What: '05 Ford F-150 4x4
Jeffrey would like to apologize if his truck looks a little dirty. Jeffrey lives where it gets a little cold, to the point of freezing, which would make it difficult to wash. So, we will let you slide this time, Jeffrey, but don't let it happen again. anyway, this is Jeffery dunn's '05 Ford F-150 4x4 that he bought brand-new. it has the 4.6L v-8, which he added a K&n intake system and a magnaFlow cat-back exhaust with dual-outs, too. exterior styling consists of Bushwacker extend-a-fender fender flares, a bug deflector, nerf bars, 17-inch eagle alloys, a generic set of outline white-letter tires, and a 2-1/2-inch leveling kit that leveled the front end, nicely. he plans to add some slightly bigger tires and upgrade the stock sound system as soon as he can convince his wife that it is a necessity. Good luck with that.
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