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Hey Just Seeing Whats Up

Hey guys just seeing whats up. I havent been on here very much in awhile especially with everything going on. I do still have the truck and plan on keeping it through the winter and such but I still am planning on selling it, and plan on letting it go for a fair deal and under KBB if anyone is interested. Not trying to screw anyone over especially beens the forums have been good and honest to me just time to move on to other things. There will always be more time to own other vehicles especially beens I am only about to turn 22 and for now I just gotta do whats best for me.

Just seeing whats up. Noticed that dixie and some others have moved on to, man how things have changed in just a small amount of time lol.

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Same here, and Dixie is still around. Just not as active as he once was since he is a mod on another forum.
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Same here, and Dixie is still around. Just not as active as he once was since he is a mod on another forum.
Yeah I just copy'd and pasted from *** which is where he frequents most but just didnt see a reason to delete it out when hes a member here. The rangers are very good AT WHAT THEY ARE MEANT TO DO, but with that being said I am just needing something different than it with family and other things coming up. I figure if I am going to sell it I might as well do it now when it still has low miles and in pretty good shape and been taken care of.
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Yeah I just copy'd and pasted from *** which is where he frequents most but just didnt see a reason to delete it out when hes a member here. The rangers are very good AT WHAT THEY ARE MEANT TO DO, but with that being said I am just needing something different than it with family and other things coming up. I figure if I am going to sell it I might as well do it now when it still has low miles and in pretty good shape and been taken care of.
yea i agree...if i ever have a family im gonna have a CC pickup...no minivan for me haha
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yea i agree...if i ever have a family im gonna have a CC pickup...no minivan for me haha
Yeah I def know what you mean or atleast an extended cab truck that you can actually use the back seat lol.

The rangers are good and relatively cheap and reliable but when it comes to comfort, ride quality, interior rattles, room,power, etc etc there is just so much left to be put on the table and with the mpg's we get you might as well own a fullsize. Obviously more come into play then as things for fullsizes are much more expensive to fix and maintain but still I need to move on. Even though moving down from 33 MT to 32 AT's helped alot in the comfort department its still not enough for me to need to keep it. Hopefully I can sell it to someone on the forum that isn't having a kid lol or atleast has another vehicle that can hold em all and still enjoy the ranger and I see it go to a good home, I unfortunately do not have the luxury of having other vehicles.
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Yeah I def know what you mean or atleast an extended cab truck that you can actually use the back seat lol.

The rangers are good and relatively cheap and reliable but when it comes to comfort, ride quality, interior rattles, room,power, etc etc there is just so much left to be put on the table and with the mpg's we get you might as well own a fullsize. Obviously more come into play then as things for fullsizes are much more expensive to fix and maintain but still I need to move on. Even though moving down from 33 MT to 32 AT's helped alot in the comfort department its still not enough for me to need to keep it. Hopefully I can sell it to someone on the forum that isn't having a kid lol or atleast has another vehicle that can hold em all and still enjoy the ranger and I see it go to a good home, I unfortunately do not have the luxury of having other vehicles.
yea i know...i have had friends in the back of my truck already lol and they complained constantly lol...id love to have a SCREW F150...even now lol
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yea i know...i have had friends in the back of my truck already lol and they complained constantly lol...id love to have a SCREW F150...even now lol
Up til now no one is ever in my truck so the room didn't really bother me because it will still plenty for me, but now that I have a family on its way we can only take her honda civic so many times you know. The car is great for vacations and stuff like that but sometimes you need a truck that can fit the whole family. Like I said it was great for me but now that I have a family coming and no other truck to fit em in, I got to move on to a bigger truck. Hopefully someone off the forums can pick it up, I will be letting it go for under KBB. The KBB is at like 12 something and I have already been offered like 9.5-10 from dealers so I figure I will let it go for 10 so I dont have to trade it in, seems like a good deal to me for an 06 4x4 extended cab with 80,000 miles.
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yea thats not a bad price to start at...damn a civic is a pretty tiny car to pack up all the stuff for a family vacation lol
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yea thats not a bad price to start at...damn a civic is a pretty tiny car to pack up all the stuff for a family vacation lol
well hers is an 06 sedan so with just me and her when we went it wasnt bad lol but that was before now if you catch my drift. Guess we took to many vacations
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Just looked on autotrader and an 06 like mine with the miles every dealer is asking 14 for so for 11 or 10 somebody better pick it up lol.
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yea lol...just have to start somewhere...i think scott is asking 14 for his
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yea lol...just have to start somewhere...i think scott is asking 14 for his
which his has about the same miles as mine. But I will say his is in alittle better shape than mine, mechanically mine is solid as a rock and I am very particular about, but the paint and such is alittle better on his acourse with how he details his all the time lol.

So I feel like letting mine go for around 10 or 11 is more than fair.
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yea lol...hell i had a dealer offer me 11K already for my 03 with 73K on it....i say start at 12.5 and see what offers you get
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yea lol...hell i had a dealer offer me 11K already for my 03 with 73K on it....i say start at 12.5 and see what offers you get
you are a fool for not taking that lol, its hard pressed to get that offer even for my 06 with that kinda mileage.
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it would be a different story if my truck was paid off haha
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I def hear ya on that lol
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i know this had nothing to do with this thread but how do you repost someones post as a quote??? ya ya i know im a freakin noob!!
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i know this had nothing to do with this thread but how do you repost someones post as a quote??? ya ya i know im a freakin noob!!
Like this?

You just go to their post and select quote.

If you want to do multiple ones than you just do the multi option on the first couple and than quote on the last one and it will bunch them all together in your response.
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Good to hear from you again Zach!
thanks man. Feels good to be back but just need to be moving on to something new thats all. Ill still have it for atleast alil while longer.
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