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  1. I have not heard anything about the availablility of the Cummins R2.8 and wish someone at Cummins would get it together and keep the people that signed up a little more informed. I am at a point where I need a new engine and will considering a new Auto trans that adapts to my Atlas II T/C, but alas no info. I am send e-mails to cummins, have responded to the only e-mail I have received from a Director of the Program but nothing else and I am flustered. If anyone has more info, other than it is being reviewed, please post or contact through the site. I will contact Advanced Adapters and see if there is more info. Thks for reading ! Posted: Mar 2018 I can not locate a way to pos to the end of this Thread... ! Cummins has not only released the R2.8L TD but reduced the price. I am still trying to locate a builder for a little more advanced work on the Ranger as well as the engine install. No I have not found a way around the CA Emissions. I have only a few ore weeks to determine what I will do and to find a Shop to do the work. Moses Ludel, In your Sept 2017 Post, you mentioned two things and here are the answers. Ford made a Ranger EDGE, it is a Pickup not a Car as the new Ranger will be and yes I have an reworked '82 Scrambler, built from the ground up with HD parts. I am thinking on selling the Jeep. Sorry for not adding this post to the end of my last one but I looked and looked but could not find a new post location. I may have another update soon, after I go to the Water Graphics Shop. And Moses, I agree, all of the Truck Manufacturers need to reconsider where they are going with PRICING, pricing is getting out of hand !
  2. Hoping this Diesel will work out in a 2003 Ford Ranger EDGE 4x. Been reading for a few days and think this will work, size, power levels and fuel economy ! Any input, ideas, or difficulties any may know about please post. Has anyone seen the price yet ?
  3. Just my opinion, yes everyone has one but a stock BII isn't a bad vehicle, raise it up and as stated above things change. i have seen stock BII's work well off road with posi or lockers and a 4.0 swap t things get tricky when you mod the rig beyon that. Solid axles from a Early Bronco or even full size truck can help or as one I have seen and rode in a BII on Early Bronco Chassis work well too ! If you are seriously thinking BII and off roaming, contact James Duff, they specialize in BII's and Rangers. Good Luck
  4. Hey came here to get info on the new crate diesel from Cummins. Perfectly sized for the Ford Ranger and my 2003 EDGE 4x! Anyone have some insight, cost, any fitment concerns? I am very interested in the setup any little bit of info will help! I am from SoCal so there will be connect problems? I signed up for a call when the R2.8s are ready but not sure what is really happening ! Anyone hear anything ?