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4 banger x-cab?

did ford ever make a ranger with a 4-banger and an extended cab.

i know that chevy did . but did ford?

and does anyone know a a 4-cyl 4x4 ranger other than the ones in 83 and 84.
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yepper tons of 93-97 one's the 98-00 are more rare and the 01+ are like fleet...

ONLY get them in sticks the auto's are slow as dog ****. and you usually get over 20+ mpg
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Ford just came out with the xcab with 4 banger again after stopping making it for a few years...

I have seen gen3's with 4x4 and 4 bangers a guy at work has a 96 set up this way.
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gen 3 and 2 where 4cyl 4x4's they had 4.10's in them and acully werent that bad Grants old 1991 STX 4cyl 4x4 was faster then my truck...
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gen 3 and 2 where 4cyl 4x4's they had 4.10's in them and acully werent that bad Grants old 1991 STX 4cyl 4x4 was faster then my truck...
i think that is what i am going to look for in my next truck. dual stick 4-cyl 4x4
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i think that is what i am going to look for in my next truck. dual stick 4-cyl 4x4

thats bad ***! boy you must have some sweet dreams about nice trucks
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thats bad ***! boy you must have some sweet dreams about nice trucks
you cant even begin to imagine
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thats bad ***! boy you must have some sweet dreams about nice trucks
that is the truck i am looking at. 85 dodge powerram, 2.2, 4x4, dual stick (DS=sexy), reg cab, short bed, lifted 4", 31's, roll bar, 6 OR lights, skid plates, and brush gaurd............all for $1200 and that is 1200 more than i have currently
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91 4x4 isnt a dual shifter its electronic engage and you can add manual hubs
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darn, elec. engage! NOOO!!!!
def. would use man hubs
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acully if the engaging motor is working fine there is nothing wrong with it cause it has manual hubs...
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here is his 4cyl 4x4 ranger...
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that is exactly what i would like to get for a 4-bang ranger.
that is really nice.

Grant?
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Grant G'sevo.... now owns a level II john's old truck..... that was Grants old truck back in the day it is now currently in a junk yard about 15 min from my house the guy he sold it too drove straight into a pole...
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Grant G'sevo.... now owns a level II john's old truck..... that was Grants old truck back in the day it is now currently in a junk yard about 15 min from my house the guy he sold it too drove straight into a pole...
ok i know who you are talking about now.

into a pole!!!! FOOL!!!!!
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ya the truck is screwed now...
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man if I sold my truck then saw it totaled... gah I would be depressed...
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