1972 ranger ss front suspension

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craigd
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Re: 1972 ranger ss front suspension

Post by craigd » Wed 12 Aug 2015, 21:52

hi Hano

welcome to the forum...
We met already.. I came to enquire about one of the rangers..... im in Montagu every Tuesday.

good to have you here.

strongs with the conversion boet.

cheers
craigd

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Hano
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Re: 1972 ranger ss front suspension

Post by Hano » Wed 12 Aug 2015, 21:57

Dankie gaan dit nodig he

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Re: 1972 ranger ss front suspension

Post by Bearhawke » Sun 16 Aug 2015, 02:24

Johann Grobler wrote:
Jason wrote:
Johann Grobler wrote:Suggest you beef/stiffen up the coil springs and lift them 20mm. ;) SBC engine is not much heavier! :D Castor and camber to be re-adjusted! :mrgreen: Contact Ranger1, he has done it on his Ranger! :mrgreen:
Mate, a SBC comes in at roughly 600lbs (272kg) fully dressed while a Holden 308 is a little smaller and comes in at roughly 485lbs (220kg). Also, the parts to build a 308 may be easier to source and less expensive to buy in SA....just a thought.
Chevy engine parts are much more easy to find and cheaper than Holden parts! :mrgreen:
By the way, Ranger1 is in your area!!! His name is Mark! :D
Gen I Chevy parts and engines are now quite inexpensive here in the USA with the intense popularity of the LSx family for conversions in older vehicles. It's to the point that a few years ago; I was basically given decent running stock 350's with TH350 trannys for maybe $100 to $200.
Bearhawke in Az, USA

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JKTRAC
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Re: 1972 ranger ss front suspension

Post by JKTRAC » Tue 18 Aug 2015, 04:32

Hano wrote:I have a 350chevy 5.7L with a 400 turbo box for it
Hi Hano

Where are you based and how much are you looking for the 350 + 400?

What condition are they in and what is supplied with them?

Thanks
JK

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Hano
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Re: 1972 ranger ss front suspension

Post by Hano » Tue 18 Aug 2015, 12:47

No thats what iam gonna put in my ranger but ill look out fo u for something

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