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Engine : 3.0 v6 cold air in take
Drivetrain : stock 2'' lift shackles turqe bar key 373 gears auto tranny
Transmission : no info
VIN : no info
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Reviewed by: Scott C 03/20/09 06:36AM
Whats up nephew in-law? Glad to see you on the Graveyard. Looks like you were havn' some fun in the fields. A little lift and some 29" swampers is all that Ranger needs. Can't wait for you guys to come down to Fl. for some swamp action. Corn bread won't be done but it will be ready enough for some test and tune. And there is always the little buggy we can play with. I know there are plenty of old 4x4 farm trucks up there were you are at so keep looking and the right toy will come your way. See you next month.
Reviewed by: David C 04/06/09 10:40PM
your right your truck is stuck like mine (owner of buckeye and right after it's picture 86 bronco, fatbear) had a ranger just like yours that we tried to pull buckeye out with.
Reviewed by: Scott C 06/05/09 08:51AM
Looking forward to visiting at the end of the month. Don't wory about the job. You will find one. Keep that Ranger looking good for now and eventually you will be able to get the toy. I was thinking you should look for an older Ranger. My first mud truck was an S10. With a V8 and some 1 ton running gear you just can't beat those little trucks. What about the old S10 your Grandpa has? I know its rusted but with a few medical transplants it could be a monster. I will see if I can find some old pics of my S10 mudder. See you later.
Reviewed by: Scott C 07/23/09 12:34PM
Hey dude, No I have not done much to the old girl except replace another window motor. I posted a picture of the toys all together. (check it out) I found an early 90's F250 4x4 lifted with 36's. Asking $900 .. The outside looks a little rough but not bad for the money. I need to stop and see if it runs ok or not. I know they would take less money for it. Maybe i'll take a pic and post it for you. See ya later.
Reviewed by: Scott C 03/29/10 12:34PM
Who's tires are those?
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