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ClassicsNorthern Ranger: 1974 Ford F100

18:10  05 september  2019
18:10  05 september  2019 Source:   trucktrend.com

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Northern Ranger: 1974 Ford F100
Northern Ranger: 1974 Ford F100
Northern Ranger: 1974 Ford F100
Northern Ranger: 1974 Ford F100
Northern Ranger: 1974 Ford F100
Northern Ranger: 1974 Ford F100
Northern Ranger: 1974 Ford F100
Northern Ranger: 1974 Ford F100
Northern Ranger: 1974 Ford F100
When most people think of classic Ford trucks, images of cowboys, ranchers, and farms in rural U.S. areas pop into their heads, but Ford sold its ubiquitous F-Series trucks north of the border as well. In fact, Joe Parker's two-tone '74 Ford F100 Ranger (yes, Ranger was a trim line on the F-Series, not a different truck in the '70s) has spent nearly all its 45-year life on Canadian soil, with its first trip down to the U.S. in May 2019, when Joe drove it from his shop—Impact Diesel Performance in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada—down to Brownsburg, Indiana, for the 2019 Ultimate Callout Challenge.

Joe grew up around classic Ford trucks and loves them. His first was a '76 F100, and, after seeing this one for sale for a few months, he decided to jump back into classic Ford ownership. The $1,000 price tag wasn't bad since it had only 82,999 miles on the chassis and the body and paint were in pretty good condition. The truck was missing a few parts here and there, including the complete drivetrain, but that was good for Joe (who is the third owner), as it gave him an excuse to drop a diesel engine into the truck and showcase the capabilities of his shop and crew.

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I traded a 88 ford ranger 4x4 and got this awsome f 100 4x4. good trade huh.

My 1974 F 100 4x4 does not have disc brakes, will the disc brakes off of a 1977 F250 fit my 1974 ? So I'm not going to do the disk brakes any more, but I do want power steering for my 1974 F 100 4x4 , exactly what do I need, I'm pretty new at this (be specific) and

Joe and his team went to work transforming the gutted farm truck into a fun-to-drive diesel-powered machine. They focused their attention on the empty engine compartment first. To fill the gaping hole, Joe located a '93 DodgeRam 2500 two-wheel-drive, automatic-transmission donor chassis and proceeded to transfer the 5.9L Cummins engine into the F100. While the internals of the Cummins engine were left stock, Joe and his team opted to make some external improvements to give the powerplant more oomph, including clamping down the cylinder head with a set of ARP studs. They also installed Dynomite Diesel Products' 75hp injectors that are supplied with fuel from a stock VE-pump that has been turned up to maximize fuel flow. The injection pump receives plenty of clean diesel fuel from the tank thanks to a FASS 95-gph fuel pump and filter system.

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On the exhaust side, Joe and his team installed a SteedSpeed manifold then fabricated a compound-turbocharger system with a pair of BorgWarner units (an SXE 363 and an S475) that join forces to provide high levels of boost pressure to coax as much power as possible out of the old diesel engine. From the turbos, exhaust is then routed through custom-fabricated 4-inch aluminized-steel tubing that uses a Flo-Pro Performance Exhaust Twister resonator to reduce drone on the highway. The exhaust system is capped off with a polished stainless-steel 5-inch-diameter tip that exits behind the passenger-side rear wheel.

Clean air is drawn into the BorgWarner S475 atmospheric charger through an S&B Filters air-filter element before it is compressed by the turbos to a maximum pressure somewhere north of the 60 psi the boost gauge is capable of reading. Of course, compressing the air creates heat, so Joe wanted to use an intercooler with his compound-turbo setup to maintain driveability in all conditions—not just single passes down a dragstrip. He and his team installed the intercooler from the '93 Dodge Ram donor chassis and fabricated new inlet and outlet piping to smoothly channel the intake charge from the compressor outlet into the intercooler, and then from the intercooler into the stock Cummins intake manifold and into the 12-valve cylinder head.

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I have a 74 f 100 4wd and took the p/s off of a 76 f 100 4wd, I have the steering box , half of the column , pulleys , brackets , and pump , now today I took off my steering box and noticed that the 76 p/s is in reverse, so do I hav to go Back and get the tie.

Northern Ranger: 1974 Ford F100© Truck Trend Network Staff

The Cummins uses no tuners or chips to enhance performance, and Joe relies on a good ole screwdriver to make tuning adjustments to the injection pump. Running on the stock internals with simple bolt-ons and compound turbos, Joe has dyno-tested his truck and made 460 hp and 867 lb-ft of torque. While the truck was strapped to the dyno, they also ghetto-fogged the engine—with nitrous-oxide sprayed directly from the bottle into the air filter—and put down 562 hp and 998 lb-ft of torque.

To back up the 5.9L 12-valve Cummins engine, Joe went with a 47RH four-speed automatic transmission, which was given a rebuild that includes valvebody modifications, new performance clutches and a billet input shaft by the team at Iconic Driveline in Atecheson, Alberta, Canada, to handle the engine's additional grunt. The gearbox is linked to the engine with a stock flexplate and billet single-disc torque converter. High-torque twist is channeled to a custom driveshaft: a Ford 9-inch rear axle stuffed with 3.50 gears. Joe controls the transmission's Overdrive engagement and torque converter lockup with simple On-Off switches he attached to the steering-column-mounted gear selector for easy and comfortable access when driving. A BD Diesel Performance transmission cooler is used to keep the temperature in check and provide longevity to the rebuilt unit.

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1967 Ford Ranger F 100 Pickup. VIN F10YCA33383. This gorgeous pickup truck was restored by the previous owner about four years ago. 302ci V8 Engine – Casting #D2AE-6015-AB Holley Single 4bbl Carb Aluminum Edelbrock Intake Borg Warner T-5 5-Speed Manual Transmission Ford 9” Open Rear

1974 Ford F - 100 Ranger . Price: US ,400.00 Item location: Cumming, Georgia, United States. *Project Truck* 1974 Ford F - 100 Ranger .This truck is a project. There are lots of small mechanical stuff and some rust problems that needs to be addressed before it can be weekend cruiser or daily driver.

Northern Ranger: 1974 Ford F100© Truck Trend Network Staff

With the engine and transmission configuration sorted out, the next task for Joe and his team was to fit them into the classic pickup. He integrated the '93 Dodge engine mounts into the Ford F100 chassis to secure the engine, then fabricated a new transmission mount to bolt the tail of the transmission between the framerails. Continuing work on the chassis, they installed a set of front coil springs from a '76 F-150 onto the twin I-beam suspension arms to better support the weight of the Cummins engine, while giving the truck a more modern stance that was lower to the ground than Ford intended back in 1974. In the rear, Joe relies on the stock leaf springs but installed an LMC Truck shackle kit to lower the rear 4 inches. To help improve the pickup's road handling and cornering, he installed LMC's antisway bars front and rear. Maintaining the truck's classic looks, Joe picked up a set of used stamped-steel, eight-spoke wheels and had them painted to match the body, then wrapped them in 265/70R15 Cooper Discoverer AT3 tires on all four corners.

Northern Ranger: 1974 Ford F100© Truck Trend Network Staff

The interior was Joe's next point of focus, and since the truck had relatively low miles, it was in pretty good shape. He was able to retain the dash, gauges, headliner, and original chrome door panel trim. The carpet, seat upholstery, door panels, and seatbelts were not in the greatest condition, so once again Joe turned to LMC Truck for replacement pieces. To keep an eye on engine and transmission performance, he mounted a trio of Auto Meter gauges in individual pods on the steering column, rather than in an A-pillar pod (as they're installed in most modern diesel trucks). He also added a Vintage Sound audio unit that looks like a stock two-shaft radio but has Bluetooth capability as well as an iPhone input to allow Joe to listen to modern tunes while he's cruising down the road.

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1974 Ford F - 100 Ranger XLT. Price: - Item location: Brockport, New York, United States. Here we have a beautiful example of an older restoration on a 1974 Ford F - 100 with the rare Ranger XLT package. This truck was purchased from the prestigious Barrett Jackson Auto Auction in LasVegas

My first vehicle, I have had since I was 16 or so back in 2000. has original 460, 325 gears 9" rear end. i found original 1974 plates on eBay, and they are

Northern Ranger: 1974 Ford F100© Truck Trend Network Staff

The truck's paint was in surprisingly good condition, with the original two-tone green-and-white finish really standing out. But rust had taken hold of the cab and bedside corners. To combat the cancer, Joe turned to Apex Rod & Restoration in Saskatoon for repairs. Apex owners Joey Kube and Shannon Unruh worked their magic on the rusty panels then resprayed the white portion of the body, leaving the original green up top, which cleaned up great with a little buffing and polishing. To pierce through the dark Canadian night skies, he installed a set of J.W. Speaker 8700 LED 7-inch-diameter headlights to replace the outdated originals. While working on the front, Joey also replaced the damaged grille inserts with pieces from LMC Truck while retaining the original Ford grille shell. The fascia was also treated to a replacement bumper from a '76 F-150 to protect the truck—and make it look good. Out back, the original '74 F100 bumper was retained.

Northern Ranger: 1974 Ford F100© Truck Trend Network Staff

After about 3 months of work, Joe and his crew were able to get the F100 out on the road. He has enjoyed driving it ever since, racking up about 12,000 miles in the year since the Cummins swap was completed, with a good chunk of those miles coming from the road trip stateside to attend the 2019 Ultimate Callout Challenge. Looking closely, you can see the classic truck is a little rough around some of the edges, but it wasn't built to be a trailer queen that lives the life of seclusion inside an enclosed trailer as it's hauled from event to event. Joe doesn't work that way; he bought the truck to resurrect it and make it an enjoyable pickup once again. Thanks to a Cummins diesel transplant, that's exactly what this Northern Ranger is: a classic pickup that Joe can reliably jump in at any time and enjoy the drive—whether it's a 13.4-second pass down a quarter-mile dragstrip (at 105 mph) or a 3,000-mile road trip to cheer on his friends in a diesel competition.

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1974 Ford F 100 Ranger - (NO SMOG REQUIRED) 360 V8, EDELBROCK INTAKE, 4 SPEED MANUAL 4X4, NEW INTERIOR, SEAT HAS BEEN NEWLY UPHOLSTERED, 4" LIFT, NEW WHEELS AND TIRES, RUNS GOOD, LOOKS GOOD! Comes with spare parts motor.

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Northern Ranger: 1974 Ford F100
Northern Ranger: 1974 Ford F100
Northern Ranger: 1974 Ford F100
Northern Ranger: 1974 Ford F100
Northern Ranger: 1974 Ford F100
Northern Ranger: 1974 Ford F100
Northern Ranger: 1974 Ford F100
Northern Ranger: 1974 Ford F100
Northern Ranger: 1974 Ford F100
Northern Ranger: 1974 Ford F100
Northern Ranger: 1974 Ford F100
Northern Ranger: 1974 Ford F100
Northern Ranger: 1974 Ford F100
Northern Ranger: 1974 Ford F100
Northern Ranger: 1974 Ford F100
Northern Ranger: 1974 Ford F100
Northern Ranger: 1974 Ford F100
Northern Ranger: 1974 Ford F100

Fast Facts:

Year/Make/Model: '74 Ford F100 Ranger

Owner: Joe Parker

Hometown: Warman, Saskatchewan, Canada

Odometer: 95,000 miles

Engine: 5.9L Cummins I-6

Air: BorgWarner 363 SXE and S475 compound turbochargers, Dodge air-to-air intercooler

Exhaust: SteedSpeed manifold, custom compound plumbing

Transmission: 47RH four-speed automatic; billet input shaft; performance rebuild by Iconic Driveline in Atecheson, Alberta, Canada; single-disc torque converter; BD Diesel Performance transmission cooler

Horsepower: 460 hp

Torque: 867 lb-ft

Tires: 265/70R15 Cooper Discoverer AT3

Wheels: Steel

Suspension:'76 F-150 coil springs (front), antisway bars (front and rear)

Axles: Ford 9-inch rearend, 3.50 gears

Body: Steel body panels, original green paint, J.W. Speaker LED headlights

Interior: Original interior, LMC Truck velour seat cover, Auto Meter gauges, stock gauges, Vintage Sound radio, iPhone and Bluetooth connectivity

Fun Fact: While Joe was attempting to get the truck cleaned up for our photo shoot after the 2019 Ultimate Callout Challenge, his iPhone navigation failed him as he was trying to find a local car wash. Determined to get the truck ready for the shoot, Joe's group of Canadian friends (including the infamous "Canadian Redneck" Shawn Ellerton) gave the truck a bath with bottles of water and microfiber towels!

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