Ford Ranger fans - Unite!

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  1. Roamer

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    Lot of talk on here about a certain *other* small truck. How about the trusty Ford Ranger?

    Show me yours & I'll show you mine.

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    Mine's a 2006 4x4, 4.0 V6 with automatic. It had hard use as a county utility truck in Pennsylvania before we bought it a few months ago with 100k miles. And it's still going strong.

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    Got the camper shell for free and did some work to make it leakproof. I've also been tidying up some rust on the frame. Not too bad but figured I better stop it in its tracks.

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    Built a sleeping/storage platform in the bed. Very handy for adventuring.

    This is actually our second 'Ranger'. We bought a brand-new Mazda version, a B3000, in 1998 and had a lot of good times with it.

    Show me your Ford Rangers!
     
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    1998 model is starting to make some loose exhaust pipe noises at 172,000 miles.

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    IMG_0219.JPG IMG_0073.JPG Just got rid of my "Ranger Danger" 235,000 miles and ran like a top. Been out west to Colorado, upstate new York a few times, and back and forth from Virginia to NJ more times than I can count. I would have driven her anywhere. 2wd 2.5 manual trans super easy on gas and a pleasure to drive:)
     
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    My 1999 Ranger 4.0 V6 4X4 248,000 ks. I got rid of the vacuum hubs and installed a set of manual ones
    And I upgraded the front end a few months ago . So now I can grease all the ball joints
    I made the rack up at work for hauling my canoe. It's been a really good truck

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    August 2007 007.jpg A little winter fun 015.jpg A little winter fun 003.jpg My own little Ranger Danger doin what it does best... A little winter fun 003.jpg
     
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    I had one when I was 16 years old. I do not remember what year I got rid of it, but I believe it was three years ago when we found out that we were having a baby. Nonetheless, I drove it hard. I ended up with over 300,000 miles on the truck. It was unreal. Same engine!! Had some problems here and there, but she ran like a beauty. Wish I still had it.
     
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    I used to have a 2000 4x4 red ranger and I loved that thing, makes me wish I still had it. The guy I sold it to wrecked it and fixed her back up, but messed with it too much.
     
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    I've had three of them rust apart under me. Can't say it's been a great love affair, but then, I don't really like vehicles.
     
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    Love the Ranger pics, gentlemen...check your leaf spring mounts and shackles in the rear. It was a chronic problem that was often un-diagnosed for many miles and only gets worse. Also, if you do find one mount has rusted out, just replace all four of them at the same time, it's a PITA, but less so if you just need to do it once.
     
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    It's down for an impossible to find transmission right now, I can't wait till it rolls again.



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    For this I bolted in reversed Chevy 3 inch drop shackles for a lift. See my pic. Mine rusted through and was resting on the bed for over a year. Squirrelly driving.
     
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    I've had some bad luck with those 4.0s in two different Rangers. One had perpetual ignition problems, the other constantly had EGR issues after 100000 miles. Tried a sport trac for a while, just wasn't for me.

    To me the 80s rangers were a great truck. Theyre fun to put a v8 in also. The 2.9 engines weren't power houses but did run forever. I'd love to find a Bronco II 4x4 with a 5 speed - one of the best (and under rated) hunting machines ever made. They rusted out long ago around here but they were fun while they lasted.
     
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    This was my 99 Ranger. 4.0 v6 auto 4wd had almost 400k when a car load of underaged drunks totaled it on me.
    Had a local built 1-1/2 inch lift ontop of cranked bars and a add a leaf kit. 31" tires Custom front brush bar by a local racecar builder.
     

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    I have a '96 4.0 v6 with about 30,000 miles on it.
     
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    I had a red and black 83 diesel. Wore out the diesel so I dropped in a 302 and a 4 speed, wow what a fun ride. Sold it in 97.
     
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    I am ashamed to show an image because it is so dirty and rusty.
     
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    Come on, that's the best kind. Post it up!
     
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    I drive a 2001 4x4 auto V6 Ranger as my work vehicle every day. 200k miles, still going strong.
     
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    My future 2019 Ford Ranger 4x4 with 3.2-liter five-cylinder turbo-diesel. I can dream at least.
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    Man, I would love to get a Ranger with a turbodiesel. But it looks HUGE. Wonder how the size compares to my Ranger....o_O
     
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    What a great old Ranger, Birdman. Love it! :dblthumb::42:
     
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    We'll I said above the 4.0 engines weren't great for my family, Dad just blew his 2004 rangers 4.0 engine Saturday.

    I think it's the oil pump, engine shut down on the highway and now it clatters and has low power/shuts off. oil pressure light is on, goes away at higher rpm. He hit a chunk of tire a couple weeks ago and blew off the oil filter, I think it sucked up road grit and plugged the pump screen. We got oil in it right away but doesn't matter now. It's not knocking, I think the noise is the timing chains slapping around from low oil psi. I put 15w40 in it and it ran better but still not drive able. I've read the oil pump almost has to be changed outside the truck and would rather put a newer engine back in than go through this one. Anyone know where I can find one western WV, eastern KY?
     
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    2006 Ranger FX4 Level 2 package, sitting on 32's
    We are just about to roll over 300,000km on her too.
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    I had an 86 Ranger 4X4. Great truck. I put about 160,000 hard miles on it in 7 years. Only vehicle that I ever had airborne.

    Sold it when I need to tow more.
     
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    My work fleet used them for years.
    They were great compact trucks.
    Given the low care & maintenance the twat drivers gave, they did very well. Far better than the 'Chev S-10s.
    Fwiw, All our Fords fared much better than GMs.
     
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    Just completed a 3-month cross-country trip pulling our 13' Scamp trailer, almost entirely on 2-lane roads. Lots of steep passes and dirt roads. The Ranger was flawless - absolutely not a single problem. Got 16 mpg most of the time.

    Here we are boondocking on Forest Service land outside Pagosa Springs, Colo.

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    I love the bronco IIs. Once you put slightly wider tires on they are super stable and fun to drive
     
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    Friend of mine had one we put a 302 in, it was tons of fun in the woods when we weren't changing u-joints. It was one of the few vehicles that could follow my Samurai on the trails. I wish they'd bring the Bronco II back, just like it was. The new Bronco looks sharp, but Im sure it'll cost way too much to take in the woods.
     
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    I love oddball campers and have always been interested in a scamp. How do you all like it after an extended trip?
     
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    Overall it's been great. Ours does not have a bathroom. Didn't think this would bother us much, but eventually it did. Only other issue was headroom. We're both 6' tall and there are only two places in the trailer we can stand up straight - and only just. Other wise, it was great. There's plenty of sleeping room. It's a very weather-tight and cozy trailer and a breeze to tow.
     
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    No way to send pic's. Bought my 02 ranger nearly 11 years ago for $7000 with 70,000 miles. Now with 250,000 miles I still love it. 5speed 2wd. In a pinch,chains are slow to install but will get you most any place its safe to bring a truck. No soft sand or deep mud.
     
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    Bought mine new 18+ years ago. Coming up on 200,000 miles. 4.0 6 cylinder, mostly trouble free - a few alternators, a water pump, the wiper controls need replacing again... CD player gave out. Cassette deck still works fine though... Getting 19 + mpg - mostly highway miles. Built my house and my cabin with it. I like it.

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    In 2005, I bought a 2003 4.0 V6 4x4 for $15,000. Never had a single problem with it. Sold it at the end of 2012 for $7,000. They're solid little trucks.

    When it came time to get another truck, size was important, as I needed more space. My current ride is a 2016 F-150 4x4. Definitely more cushy than the Ranger was and better mpg with much more power and torque. But I still have a soft spot for the Ranger.
     
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    This week with the Ranger: Fresh oil change with Mobil 1 synthetic at 112k miles; some firewood gathering down 12 miles of dirt road; then a sight-seeing junket along the Success Loop (another 20+ miles of dirt road) in Humboldt-Toiyabe Nat'l Forest.

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    My 1999 is still going strong just regular maintenance
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    Took off the camper shell for the winter to make firewood hauling easier. Also found a deal on a toolbox for the truck bed. This was shot in the White River Narrows area along Hwy 318 in Nev., during a run to the Vegas airport. That's about a 500-mile round trip for me. The Ranger made that round trip twice in one week without drama.

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    Im sure they dont meet any of the US saftey standards, but if they ever sold the ford ranger pickups being supplied to the Afghan forces I would get one in a heart beat. All steel body, small diesel engine, 5 speed, billygoats that just keep going and going.

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    ^^^Awesome! Did not know about those.
     
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    With my elder daughter now able to drive, we needed to get another vehicle. As such, she gets to hold on to the CR-V, since it is a good little getting-to-soccer car. Me, I finally got to get a truck again after 15 years. I picked up a 2006 6 cyl Ranger 4x4 with 94K miles. I had a 1998 5 speed Mazda B3000 until younger daughter came along. Been without since then.

    I'm so happy. I'm no longer driving a soccer mom car. I feel like I can pee standing up again. :)

    Oh, and the truck's name is Zeke. (license plate starts with ZKE, so it seemed like a natural progression)


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    No pics :( But I drove mine for 17yrs...sold it locally with just under 300,000 and I occasionally see it still cruising!! They were no longer in production and I was hesitant to purchase used because rural folks in my neck of the woods(jungle) use 'em hard.

    They're back in production this year, but I'll have to wait till there's some decent used ones on the market. There will be another Ranger in my life someday!!

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    Way to go @Sandcut ! Love the all black look. Your story is almost exactly like ours. We bought a '98 B3000 4x4 5-spd. brand new -- loved it and always regretted selling it. Now it's our '06 Ranger V6 4x4 in the driveway.

    @slysir I'm eager to get a look at the new Rangers, too. I reckon I'll own one eventually - but I'm waiting for the used market too.
     
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    Yeah, he all black look came that way from the dealer if not the former owner (who, based on the awful CD left in the player, was 30 years younger than me). The day after I got it my neighbor was walking his dog and came over and asked me if I was becoming a Mennonite. (For those unfamiliar, similar to Amish, but can use vehicles. But chrome is "proud", therefore everything is painted black. So, not only can I pee standing up again, but I'm in good with tne Lord for my humility.
     
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    I couldn't help it and looked up some stuff on the new Ranger. They're calling it a 2019 model, which means it'll be out late 2018, most likely. It's supposed to debut at the Detroit Auto Show -- which starts next weekend. So we should have all the details very soon. But here's some advance speculation:

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    "The standard engine will likely be a four-cylinder EcoBoost (turbo) mated to a six-speed manual transmission."

    "The most anticipated model will be the Ranger Raptor. This mid-size truck will be a desert bomber just like the F-150 Raptor. Long-travel suspension with Fox Racing shocks, thick skid plates, a locking rear differential and a Torsen limited-slip front differential are all expected. As for power, Ford could use the F-150’s standard-output 3.5-liter EcoBoost V-6. This high-tech engine kicks out an impressive 375 horsepower and 470 pound-feet of torque."

    A turbodiesel may also be offered.
    Base price under $25k.

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    I have but one question: What the hell were they thinking when they put the antenna where they did?

    Do they not expect people to be putting ladder racks and canoes, etc. across the roof? Trucks are for working for cripes sake!
     
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    ^^^Good point. But it's possible that pic is not a fully US production-ready vehicle. In fact it seems to be a right-hand drive version. So it may be an overseas model on which ours will be based.
     
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    Well the new US Ranger has been officially revealed:

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/autos/detroit/2019-ford-ranger-first-look-welcome-home/ar-AAuEAc0?ocid=st

    This is a bit of a bummer: No manual trans.

    "The 2019 Ranger will be offered with a single engine: the second-generation 2.3-liter twin-scroll turbocharged four-cylinder EcoBoost engine with a forged steel crankshaft and Ford's new 10-speed automatic transmission—no manual."

    This the "supercrew" 4-door body style. There will also be a "supercab" presumably with a longer bed. But no standard cab.

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    Base price under $25k.
     
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    Here's my 2010, 4.0 v6 4x4. Got it 3 yrs ago in imaculate shape. Been loving it.
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