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View Poll Results: How many miles are on your ranger?
0 - 50,000 13 14.61%
50,000 - 100,000 29 32.58%
100,000 - 150,000 21 23.60%
150,000 - 200,000 17 19.10%
200,000 - 250,000 4 4.49%
250,000 - 300,000 4 4.49%
300,000+ 1 1.12%
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Old 05-16-2012
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77k on my 07 4.0. No problems motor wise.

got it in june of 08 with 7k miles on it.

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you said 3.0s and 4.0s only
You can vote too haha. I just forgot to add in 4 cylinders...
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146,000 on mine. Original 3.0, original 5 speed. On its third clutch, as far as I know.

Runs good, drives good.

Just gotta muster up the will to finish the front shocks/lower shock mounting bolt deal.

Tore the passenger side apart on Sunday and got so pissed at it that I said "---- it all" really, really loudly and walked away.

Doesn't seem to ride that much differently, but it looks a little lower on that side fo the truck since the spring is the only thing holding the truck up.

I don't think I'll be getting back onto that project for a little while. It's infuriating to have a simple 30 minute shock swap on both sides turn into a 4 hours of hell trying to get the remains of the broken lower mount off on the passenger side radius arm.
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189k 3.0l flex fuel 1999

runs like a top XD
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22,000km's don't know what that is in miles, lol
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22,000km's don't know what that is in miles, lol
You crazy Canadians
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174,000mi 2000 3.0
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51,xxx on my 2003 4 banger.
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Dads 88 has over 300,000 on it and had about 4 A4LD transmissions under it. it is a 2.9 v6 that has been well taken care of. I hope I get it one day. It has payed for itself over and over again and very good driving truck.

I have a 2004 with 115,000 4.0 v6
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174,xxx on my 2000 2.5

I had the head worked on because it blew a head gasket, but I caught it super early.
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Seems like almsot everyone is in that 50-150k mile range. Wonder if that is because most sell rangers before they get too high or people just have newer rangers...
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265,020 miles on my 1993 XLT regular cab, 3.0 liter engine.
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77,xxx
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171k on my 99', runs great, only uses a 1/2 of oil every 5k miles.
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150866 ON A 99 3.0 FLEX
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78k on my 2005 ford ranger edge 4x4 4.0
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