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Vehicle 2001 Ford RANGER EDGE
Bodystyle Super Cab Pickup 4x4
Exterior Color White/Cloth
Mileage 32,405 Miles
Engine 4.0 liter 6 Cyl. Fuel Injected
Transmission Automatic With Overdrive
Warranty Yes
Always Priced Below Kelley BlueBook
VIN # 1FTZR15E11TA22368
Stock# PW6647
like i sayed if you can get it under $13500 do it...other then that no..
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Truck is selling for 11,599
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talk him down to $11500 OUT THE DOOR after taxes and then your good
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I think Im going to toy around with him with my dad first. But I think it is a good deal!? I cant believe I found my truck!
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looks pretty nice. I like the color.
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$11something is a good deal on that truck.
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looks like i may be going down today! I think im in love
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looks really nice... but is an auto
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Thats cool, it looks really nice and thats a good price to, so are you gonna take all the stuff off of your current ranger and put it on the new one if you get it?
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lol I dont mind the auto's. Easy for me to drive one! By the way whinks how much did youe exhaust set up cost?
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Thats cool, it looks really nice and thats a good price to, so are you gonna take all the stuff off of your current ranger and put it on the new one if you get it?
I Dont know if i want to do that. Mite just lift it 3-4inches, 33 inch tires, 4:10 gears maybe a brush guard. And def transfer my system over to it. Just dont want to drill into the new truck you know?
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3.slow?
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3.slow?
no it is a 4.0L
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4.0, http://www.getauto.com/autolinks_ca...68&e_dealer_id=

For the reference, my exhaust setup cost me around 300, but that included the labor of taking my old exhaust off in pieces which was a *****. Its a flowmaster 40 series on there. If you go for the true lightning style exhaust with dual pipes out the side, it brings up the cost about 100 more.
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lol I dont mind the auto's. Easy for me to drive one! By the way whinks how much did youe exhaust set up cost?
two things you always do last is exhaust and programer...

what if you get a body lift then the exhaust looks like crap. idk just wait on that stuff and the reason with programer is if you lift it with bigger tire you tell doug what size tires and gears yadayada
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ok sounds good!
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Zach's got a point... my gibson exhaust hung down about 5 inches from my bumper after the lift and looked pretty odd.
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Yeah thats how mine are now. Got the 3 inch body put on afterwards and they are now done 3" form my bumper
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Yeah thats how mine are now. Got the 3 inch body put on afterwards and they are now done 3" form my bumper
ya kinda stupid aint it. always leave that stuff to last and remeber if you want a front push bar and you are going to do body you need to fab up mounting brackets for it. its not like how our's are where you can drill into the stock bumper
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Now if i go for the suspension will i still need the fab up some brackets?
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shouldn't need to, suspension lift won't change the position of the frame
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Now if i go for the suspension will i still need the fab up some brackets?
no but do you have $2000 laying around to buy it and then deal with the new drive shaft and resettign the pinion angle. and do you have enough tools to take apart almost all the front 4x4 suspension...if not stick with a body lift. but dont have winks or Ben do it because it will take 3 days you poor guys we have it down to 6 hours with BSing lol...
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shouldn't need to, suspension lift won't change the position of the frame

Sweeet!!!!! Well im going down today!!!! to b.s with him! Jus alil poll since i dont know how to start one. Myabe some one can for me...... Give me a yea or naaa?????
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