Originally Posted by gatorblue92
my guess is its a 4x4 STX... if so its a really nice truck
And you gathered that how?
Fogs were offered on 2WD models as well. XLT was offered on two wheel drives, as was reg cab, AC, cruise, etc.
Won't know until you get the pictures.
Find out how many miles are on it. It has a 5 digit odometer, so normally, add 100,000 to whatever it is. And if you don't want to factory fogs with the valance, I know of somebody who may take them from you. He's got a BCMG XLT 4X4 ex cab that's broken and buried in snow.
I'll trade them for clear corners.....HAHAHAHAHAHA!
I've actually been pretty lucky with my Ranger up until the whole floating the valves ordeal. I've only replaced wear and tear parts. I'm curious what 5 speed you have.....I wish mine was a manual.
The only thing I would watch out of is that if it is a 4X4, and has automatic hubs, those could go out at any time.
Also, if it is a 4X4, I bet it has the push button (and if you have a manual transfer case, I'll be even MORE jealous!). There is a lot of tech floating around on how to fix a problem that happens a lot with that system. Mine was dead for MONTHS before I figured out my problem: The actual push button switch! All I did was take one out of a truck at the JY, and swap it in, and now I got working FOUR WHEEL DRIVE!
'Course, the heart of the truck doesn't work, so....LOL!
1992 Ford Ranger XLT 4X4
Stock tires, blown engine, aesthetic accessories.
2005 Chevy Silverado 1500 ex cab 4X4 Auto
4.8 V8, No options, other than AC, Four Door
Kenwood CD/MP3/WMA/USB and Sattelite Radio Ready Head Unit, AEM Brute Force CAI with a K&N cone filter, 33X12.50/17's