You know you drive a ranger when you can tear the whole front end apart on a Sunday afternoon to replace wheelbearings.....and brakes, hell put a locker in and setup new gears while it is all apart...then drive it monday to work and get to tell you co-workers what you did over the weekend and they look at you like you have cancer.
You know you drive a ranger when you take off from a stop and the driveline thunks, and has been thunking for 70k miles, and have yet to replace the boot and put some lube on like Ford says to do.
You know you drive a ranger when you bought the piece with 165k miles on it and said, "ill make you like new baby, but even better!"
You know you drive a ranger when you rather spend money on gears, lifts, tires, lockers, sliders and God knows what else, but you can't bear the thought of wasting $200 on a new windshield cuz yours is severely illegal with cracks.
You know you drive a ranger when only the athletic girls ask for a ride into town cuz the bigger ones know that can't jump up that 6" Skyjacker lift to save their live's.
And lastly, you know you drive a ranger when, you waste more time looking on the internet at other rangers and mods to do, even when you don't have the money and should be focusing on studying that fat a$$ physics exam in the morning!
^ Story of my life
True 6" lift, SJ brackets-coils-leafs, JD RBV/EB Buckets, Bilstein 5125's, Lock-Rite Front, No-Slip Rear, 1-ton SuperRunner Steering, TJM T13 bumper/winch, 10" LED, 33x10.5 KM2's, Bolt on Thread http://www.therangerstation.com/foru...ad.php?t=75235