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Old 12-25-2006
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Anyone want to slow down your truck?

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No thanks, I like my 4.0! Not a bad price, but shipping would suck!
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i wouldnt want that 3.0 in my 03 ranger
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drag a ocean liner anchor behind it and save all the work of dropping in a lil baby lawn mower engine
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