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Old 11-02-2013
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2006 Lifted Ford Ranger - $18000(gig harbor)

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That looks like a members up here
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way overpriced for an 8 year old truck
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I wouldn't say way overpriced. A little bit maybe.
Considering the low miles and the fact is already SAS'd it's not a terribly high priced.


I paid 13 for my 06 level II and it was stock.
I'd pay 16 for an 06 SAS'd ranger as long as it was done well.
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But as far as resale goes, unless you know the shop that did the SAS and that shop is willing to back up their work, it should drop the overall value of the truck. Just makes it harder to source parts for etc.

Nice looking truck, but I'd say overpriced.
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i wouldnt say it drops he value being sas'd

all it does imo is narrows the potential buyers.

if there was a sas'd ranger for sale when i was in the market, id offer the guy 16 for it. and hed probbly take it.


although, I am located in canada where everything is higher in price. so thats possibly why it doesnt seem to crazy to me.
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Holy cow it's in WA now!


PS: I see Joey (the OP) all the time driving around. HAHA.
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Old 11-03-2013
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No offense to the guy but I called him and texted him asking what the axle he was running and all he replied was "The Ranger is a V6"..... Oh okay man haha
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I remember that truck. Can't remember the members username though
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No offense to the guy but I called him and texted him asking what the axle he was running and all he replied was "The Ranger is a V6"..... Oh okay man haha
It's pretty clear he isn't the one who built it....bought it 'cause it was cool and knows nothing about it. It was built up in B.C. in the outskirts of Vancouver using a Wagoneer Dana 44. From what I remember a few years back, it was a quality build using good parts too.

Trading up and saying goodbye seems to be a common thing for SAS 98+ Rangers in the PNW.... I think this is the 4th one.


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I remember that truck. Can't remember the members username though
Joey aka -spilly. Clicky: https://www.ranger-forums.com/solid-...44-sas-120917/


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Makes me want to SAS my truck but I've heard nothing but complaints about SAS rangers it makes me nervous
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It's pretty clear he isn't the one who built it....bought it 'cause it was cool and knows nothing about it. It was built up in B.C. in the outskirts of Vancouver using a Wagoneer Dana 44. From what I remember a few years back, it was a quality build using good parts too.
Trading up and saying goodbye seems to be a common thing for SAS 98+ Rangers in the PNW.... I think this is the 4th one.
Joey aka -spilly. Clicky: https://www.ranger-forums.com/solid-...44-sas-120917/
It was defiantly a nice looking truck.

But after reading why he originally traded it in, kinda has me wondering if the new owners fixed what was wrong with it. If not the price it's listed for is way to high.

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Trany was on its way out, rear end was effed, and I hated the shift on the fly 4wd so after I did a bigger axle and lockers and new trans and a manual transfer case and maybe did a new motor, prob would have done a 5ltr, I was several thousand more into a truck I was tired of working on. I did however love the truck it was just time to move on.
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Joey: What complaints? It's built with a purpose and there's always kinks to work out and extra wear on things. My real close friend Trevor's would have been awesome if A: hydro assist and B: I owned it. lol.



Chris: I'm not trying to put words into -spilly's mouth here, but many folks who build a rig, get burnt out on it. It was only SAS'd about a year, maybe less, before he said goodbye to it. Many think tranny problems when they're actually clutch problems....especially with that low of miles, that's my thinking. The engine deal probably has to do with power-on-tap.

I keep going back to the last line in your quote...."it was just time to move on". That was the case with this one, Trevor's, and Cory's. In all cases, it was a daily driver and at least in the case of the later two, both wanted full sizes/tow rigs/diesels...yet said goodbye to the wheeler. That's a reason why I've not torched mine up....I want it to not be my DD when it happens.
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I saw this the other day and I am debating driving out to go take a look at it.

Shane you up for doing a double sas we could do both ours at the same time.
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I saw this the other day and I am debating driving out to go take a look at it.

Shane you up for doing a double sas we could do both ours at the same time.
HAHA I wish! Refer to the post above....my life needs to be in a better place for me to torch, cut, grind mine.
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I saw this on craigslist. That thing is sick
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Joey: What complaints? It's built with a purpose and there's always kinks to work out and extra wear on things. My real close friend Trevor's would have been awesome if A: hydro assist and B: I owned it. lol.
Yeah I know Trevor who now has the dodge did it to his (Or Spencer lol) but I just am kinda nervous about doing it idk why, because super lifts are so damn expensive and stiff it's like it's more practical to straight axle it. Just value wise because I know trevor put soooo much into his truck and got minimum for trade in and I like my daily. It just gets annoying because I love the clearance, maybe one day I'll eventually do it because I already have a buddy with a bronco axle I could swap but I'd most likely do fox all around and 5.29's. Your truck is perfect because of the coil over swap but it's just money and time to do mine
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Yeahhhhh Spencer did quite a bit of it..did it at his old house. lol. Every time I popped by both were working on it though. Heck I was working on it too. lol. I'm not going to trash talk my real close friends, but talking real....Trevor wanted that Dodge...and wanted it now. He didn't mind seeing the Silver Bullet go for chump change. Hindsight is 20/20 though. They would have given him what he got if it was stock too......I would have quit work for a few days and in the end, his would be stock, mine would have his frame, axles, wheels and tires under it, and a pile of legit parts to sell like 4.88 locked axles, a Superlift, etc. But we didn't have that time (he wanted that Dodge right freaking now) and he didn't pull anything off it but the CB and the Nathans. One minute it was "I just looked at a dodge". The next morning he stopped by with that dodge. lol.

Mine is far from perfect...I wish it were shorter...I wish it was auto...I wish I 5.0'd it instead of new 4.0...I wish it wasn't my daily. And quite frankly, that's exactly why I've not torched mine yet. I stumbled upon the Superlift used for dirt cheap. Even tried selling it to Austin Stoltz before he or I ever lifted at all because I already had a Waggy D44 for mine and was stripping it down for rebuild and eventual leaf SAS. Then reality set in and I was working like crazy...tossed it on and the bodylift and 35's within about a week.
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One day I'll have my lifted Powerstroke, and my Ranger sitting side by side but for the moment I'm stuck with a damn stock ranger with a leveling kit because I'm just a broke college kid. lol
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