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u mean the domesticated flying toaster??? womit in my mouth
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I bust out laughing and coffee came out my nose!
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The flexes are nice. But not my style. I like the st. And getting rid of the stang is absolutely not an option.
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Yeah theres really no need to have 2 trucks. You HAVE to lift the ST, I hate them stock. So low and bulky, yuck.
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Yeah theres really no need to have 2 trucks. You HAVE to lift the ST, I hate them stock. So low and bulky, yuck.
hey watch it! my gf has one. i lowered it.
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lol I've never seem them lowered, pics?
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lol I've never seem them lowered, pics?
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Looks stock. lol
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Looks stock. lol
i dropped it 2.5". should have seen it before!
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Tell her to know her role, and sell the 'Stang. No offense. But your truck = too sexy to get rid of.
lmao!!!!!

but seriously, go for it if youre all about reusing **** from the ranger
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I think most of us will disown you if this happens. lol jk. Do what you have to i guess.
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f-150
dont get a wanna be f-150
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You're Ranger is sexy yes (I would probably trade my Bronco for it)....but lets get real here...its just a black ranger with a body lift on 33's with DC'1's. I am not trying to dis your truck or anything, like i said it is just plain sexy, all I am trying to say is its not like you are thinking about giving up a classic.

I say trade it off for that ST. That color red is gorgeous and ST's are damn cool lifted with 33's. I would like it better then your Ranger.

Relationships are about compromise and sacrifice...and you're thinking about doing the right thing. And this isn't even a bad compromise...its an excuse to get a sweeter truck.

Keep the Stang...

Or trade your truck in on a F-150 like Matt said
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Don't be scared of the whole kids thing. Its the best feeling in the world. Get the sport trac and start humpin' like rabbits! Haha.
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I'd really hate to see your truck go. Your truck is the only reason I like DC-1's. If you don't need a bed you'll like the ST, but the beds really suck. They are to small to carry anything. When my dad need to haul something he would take my moms Freestyle instead of his ST because of the lack of room. he just traded it in on a F-150 with a real bed.
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so have i convinced you to buy an F-150?

or should i drive up there and slap ya?
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You're Ranger is sexy yes (I would probably trade my Bronco for it)....but lets get real here...its just a black ranger with a body lift on 33's with DC'1's. I am not trying to dis your truck or anything, like i said it is just plain sexy, all I am trying to say is its not like you are thinking about giving up a classic.

I say trade it off for that ST. That color red is gorgeous and ST's are damn cool lifted with 33's. I would like it better then your Ranger.

Relationships are about compromise and sacrifice...and you're thinking about doing the right thing. And this isn't even a bad compromise...its an excuse to get a sweeter truck.

Keep the Stang...

Or trade your truck in on a F-150 like Matt said
Try finding a 2002 fx4 with 30k miles on it in mint condition in black.... It's a rare truck. And after driving some f150s I like the sport trac better. Because of it's size
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wow, didnt realize so many other people had rangers and mustangs. i guess they go just go together. i also never realized sport tracs look pretty sweet with a lift and 33's
id say to the st.

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that is the exact reason I got my trac, still wanted something close to a ranger, but with a back seat
meh. i tried that too. just not close enough to a ranger to suit me i guess. i also dont like ex.cab rangers, so maybe the ex/mounty/ST thing is just one more step further from what i really like about rangers anyhow.

im back to a reg.cab ranger, and i swap vehicles with my wife whenever i need to haul the kids around. i tried to compromise and get a bigger vehicle. but i hated it, even with a 5.0 under the hood. my compromise now is that i must carefully choose the mods on my ranger so it stays comfortable and wife friendly for the days she drives it.
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so have i convinced you to buy an F-150?

or should i drive up there and slap ya?
Bring it. I got a new paintball gun I need to try out
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although i love my ranger, i love my mustang more. sucks to compromise, but the sport trac would look good with the wheels and lift kit. i know my brother had to sell his stang when he had a baby, and it sucks but i would much rather have my niece than him keep the stang.
I'm sure that he feels the same way.
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I've been thinking about the Sport Tracs myself. I love having a back seat, and after Wyotech, I don't see myself using the bed that much. Although, I can't really see myself getting rid of either of my trucks, LOL!
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Was never a huge fan just because of the looks (how the back seat area is all curved and not very truck-like looking) but sometimes you gotta do what you gotta do. I'm sure it will still be a very capable truck.
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I didnt read all of the posts, but hwy not buy Bryan Wilson's sporttrac which is already made up nice, and sell your truck privately?
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