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Old 04-23-2016
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congrats on the new place. looks nice



my doors are open for ya if you ever want to drive your ranger up to Colorado to do some wheelin...lol

I have made the trip back and forth twice in my ranger.. with 37's on it

I'm thinking about having a sort of privet member only type of off road park on the property


I have been beating up my ranger pretty good/bad? lately ...lol
cut my driveline in half on a rock last week
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Old 04-24-2016
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Sounds like a ton of fun
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Had it in for a lower control arm adjustment and to retorque everything. Put about 200 miles on it this week.
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Old 05-14-2016
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Had it in for a lower control arm adjustment and to retorque everything. Put about 200 miles on it this week.
Trucks looking great. Glad to hear you're puttin some miles on her.
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Consider me jealous of the new digs. Looking good!
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Thanks guys.
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Old 07-22-2016
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And compare this pic taken this evening 7/15/2015

To this one taken 7/14/2009 - 6 years ago!

Pretty crazy cause I've put about 400 of those miles on in the past month!




I'm using this as my yearly mileage log now . As of today 7/22/2016 I have 52,896 miles! I put over 1,000 miles on the Ranger in the past 12 months. I'm pretty proud of myself, I've really stepped up my game! I averaged only 300 miles a year since I did the SAS.
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Old 07-23-2016
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I wish mine only had 52k on 'er. Sweet cluster, btw
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I wish mine only had 52k on 'er. Sweet cluster, btw
Me too lol
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