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So I'm just testing the waters here. I may sell and buy something else. I'm really tired of replacing the slave cylinder every year. KBB says $8700 good condition. I'm thinking i can get $5000

2003 XLT 4wd 5 speed 120K miles
New: clutch, slave cylinder, ball joints, belt, belt tensionor, fan clutch, hoses, coolant, idler pulley

Tires have around 20K on them, engine runs well, slight rear diff whine, 4wd works well, tint, EBC slotted rotors and pads, 31" BFG AT, American Racing Baja rims, Magnaflow catback, some offroading scratches, everything else works

Cone not included!!!!







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5k seems pretty fair to me.
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agree but i dont get why your replacing the slave every year?
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agree but i dont get why your replacing the slave every year?
Cant drive stick!!!



Nah, just kidding christian.


the slave's in the rangers are junk. ive replaced mine already as well.
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agree but i dont get why your replacing the slave every year?
POS french design that le sucks. Id be fine if it was auto.
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If you are selling it, I would put some hard time into waxing it, that will make all the difference. But I would think that $5000 seems fair.
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If you are selling it, I would put some hard time into waxing it, that will make all the difference. But I would think that $5000 seems fair.
Not me. I'd pay someone to do it.
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i hate this...

see...your truck and ranger's truck are what i wanted...03 xlt 4x4 w/o flares w/ fogs!! good luck if you do end up getting rid of it.
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If I would have actually researched about the truck then I would have looked would have looked for a FX4 Level II auto with power everything. I'd be happier with an XLT 4wd auto 4 door with power everything but no point in buying the same truck.
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5k with, or without the traffic cone?
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5k with, or without the traffic cone?
5K no cone 15K with cone. LOL
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I personally think you could get a little more than $5k for it unless nobody around your area likes to drive a stick. Looks like its in nice shape, 4wd, 4.0, American Racing wheels, etc.
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Ive seen a few black vehicles sold on ebay with the scratches filled in with a sharpie.
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I'll take the cone, f the truck.
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If you want to sell it now you can list it for sale on eBay for free (have to pay $100 or so if it sells).
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I just talked to christian, Here is the hog he traded the ranger in for. lol



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I just talked to christian, Here is the hog he traded the ranger in for. lol



Hell yeah! Came with a Dora the Explorer cd too.
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I think it's worth $28.43 all in coins.
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I think it's worth $28.43 all in coins.
I think that is how much Ford pays to make a Ranger.
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5k seems fair... I think you could sell for that.
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Rangers must be cheap down there in Cali land. That's a sweet deal at $6500 up here, a fair price at $7k. ****.. the best running Ranger I could get my hands on was $5k for a 2000 2wd XLT 3.0l. Weak.. I would LOVE to have that rig instead
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Rangers must be cheap down there in Cali land. That's a sweet deal at $6500 up here, a fair price at $7k. ****.. the best running Ranger I could get my hands on was $5k for a 2000 2wd XLT 3.0l. Weak.. I would LOVE to have that rig instead
Hmm. Maybe I should list it out of state. Still debating of actually selling.
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It would be a worth wile investment to post it in say craigslist up in Washington, drive up for a weekend, and sell it for 2-3k more then what you can get for it down there. Even beat to **** rangers go for 4k.
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