THE Ford Ranger you’re currently drooling over is an example of what’s possible when you have an open-ended budget and a complete disregard for the rules.
Beneath the show-stopping Ranger reside the strongest axles in the game: a set of Ultimate Dana 60s. The disc-brake rear-end is aided by a custom 4-link and Panhard bar arrangement, and crazy articulation is confirmed courtesy of 2.5-inch body, 14-inch travel Fox coil-over shocks. The set-up also features a Currie Enterprises torsion bar-style Anti-Rock swaybar.
Up front, an Ultimate Dana 60 with an ARB Air Locker is held in place with a second set of 12-inch-travel 2.5-inch body Fox coilovers.
There’s a trayload more fancy kit installed on this beast including Fox 2.0-inch hydraulic bump stops, an hydraulic PSC steering box, 39-inch BFGoodrich Krawler tyres wrapped around 17-inch 103 Xtreme alloys from Ultra Wheel, a pre-runner-style bar, a Warn Zeon winch and 30-inch Rigid Industries Adapt LEDs.
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However, for the full run-down on this rock crawler to end all rock crawlers, pick up a copy of the Summer 2018 issue of 4X4 Australia.