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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 09-17-2008, 09:51 PM Thread Starter
 
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ranger frames, What fits what????

Hey I need to know if a frame from a 1992 ranger SWB. 2WD 4CYL. is the same as a 1993 ranger SWB. 2WD 4CYL. The back of my frame is toast on my 1993 and I want to replace it. I cant get a straight answer as to what year frames are the same! Could somebody please help me out????
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i know in 93 they changed the body style, but unsure about the frame.

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what do you mean by SWB?
I think they will fit, but Im unsure,
ask this place: www.therangerstation.com and tell them Boggin said to check there, see what they say (I have a long experince with them, and they hate me cause im younger and got so fed up they got the admin to ban me)

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what do you mean by SWB?
SWB = short wheel base

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ah i see thanks

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I do believe the frame has remained unchanged. Do not Quote me on that, but you should be ok as long as you stick with a SWB frame

edit: frame change in 98 nothing since

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yes they are the same frame . 98 is when you seen a new frame change.
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