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Old 05-08-2011
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I'd trust the ranger over the bronco's e4od lol but true, it does have more power. i sure would like to see him use a mariner to move it haha
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Mulch was compacted with the loader. I'll post a pic in the morning of the saggy *** and stuffed bed
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Mountaineer = Explorer

Mariner = Escape

And hell no, he can get his own damn truck.
Yeah thats what I meant. Just typed the wrong thing. lol

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a Mariner will NOT hold that much weight lmao. most ive hauled in my bed was 2 yards of mulch. idk how much that weights but over 1000lbs. did it no problem.
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doubt it. 3/4 a yard almost filled my fleetside bed
Yeah I doubt you hauled two yards in the bed of your truck. 1 yard is 2 buckets on a bobcat where I used to get it. 4 buckets DO NOT fit in your bed. I will bet 1 million dollars on it.
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Both Jake and I have hauled stuff for work at no additional charge. However they were smaller things, and just around the denver metro area. Hauling 3k pounds of tile up the Rocky Mountain passes is too much for the Ranger.
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i wouldn't put the 3k in the bed but with a trailer with brakes, i'd rock it.

i do agree with the whole "you quitting so f*ck em" attitude.
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Yeah, I don't really have that attitude though haha. I gave my two weeks and am leaving on a good note. I don't mind doing the work, just don't want to use my personal vehicle.

We have three box trucks, all of which are junk. One is a early 80's Isuzu that doesn't run. The second is a mid 90's GMC that hasn't ran in a year, and the one that runs is a mid 80's UD. However, at the moment it has one very bad tire and a missing headlight. It isn't safe to drive.
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sounds like it's a good thing your leaving.
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