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Drivetrain configurations question

Can anyone please tell me if any 98+ 3.0L 4x4 rangers came with the M5ODR1 5-speed or were they all automatics? If so, years, trim models, etc would be very helpful. I think I've figured out that it would have to basically be a 4x4 regular cab edge. Correct me if I'm wrong please. I think all the supercab 4x4s came with the 4.0L with a manual option.

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pretty sure that after 97 4x4 were all extended cabs...but I'm not 100%
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Someone posted a 4.0 manual single cab not to long ago.

Here it is. Posting expired though: https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...6-reg-cab.html
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This 99 I had was a 3.0 5 speed but it was kinda unusual
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Can anyone please tell me if any 98+ 3.0L 4x4 rangers came with the M5ODR1 5-speed or were they all automatics? If so, years, trim models, etc would be very helpful. I think I've figured out that it would have to basically be a 4x4 regular cab edge.
Manual transmission is standard equipment on all Rangers, all years. Automatic optional. There was no Ranger Edge before 2001 model year.
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my truck is a 98 3.0 5-speed 4x4

as bob said, manual trans was standard on all rangers. i almost bought an 01 reg cab flareside 4x4 SOHC 5-speed before i bought mine
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Regular cab 3.0L 4x4 FTW.
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I had a reg cab 3.0 4x4 and I have to say FAIL. Manuals have been standard on both reg and ext cabs with auto's being optional. $1000 extra if you want the auto.
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i have a 1998 4x4 extracab 3.0 5-speed...aka SLOW!!!!
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