Originally Posted by 00GreenRanger
Shaun he never said he couldn't work on them. He just meant it's kind of a pain. Which I totally get. Especially since a lot of the electrical BS being eliminated with early year rigs as well as the simplicity of a lot of things.
That being said, I wouldn't get rid of the ranger. I'd keep it on the side, build it, and get an early year rig to do what you want with. Keep the ranger as a reliable drive-able wheeler.
That's my .02 at least.
Exactly. I can, and do work on it no problem. Its just more complicated then it needs to be. Too much bullshit just like any newer vehicle.
Truck I want and will get You could friggin sleep in the engine bay there's so much lack of crap.
If it was paid off, I'd keep it. But no sense having it just sit there while still paying for. That's another reason I want to sell. It never gets used anymore. The odd dump run on the weekends, but barely ever.
I haven't done an oil change to it in 6 months.... I used to do one every 3-4 weeks. Just shows how little I use it now.