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Old 02-28-2011
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Rangers or Full Size Which is it?

For a Ford Ranger site it sure is full of full size trucks.
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i have both
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I have both. Does that bother you?
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As soon as I have my ranger paid off, I will have a small Ford car. I would say most people on here have a Ranger and something else or just a ranger.
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I was just thinking outloud.
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I have a Ranger, wife has a focus. I didn't want or need a fullsize truck as my truck is for my hockey gear, for camping and to drive to work.
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For a Ford Ranger site it sure is full of full size trucks.
Well most (if not all) of the full size owners here still or once owner a Ranger. There knowledge and experience with Rangers are still valuable even though they may not own one. Rangers are pretty limited vehicles unfortunately. No room, limited towing capacity, smaller engine that also inhibits towing. They are great starter/bachelor vehicles, but you can't fit more than your girlfriend and her fat friend in them. So as people on here who once owned Rangers get older they tend to literally out grow their Rangers. You just can't fit a family and groceries in it.

I, personally, am planning on going to another midsize truck but it won't be a Ranger. Too cramped. Need 4 doors. Don't need a fullsize though.
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OMGeeze some people don't own rangers here!1!!!!!11!!!11!!!11!
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I own both as well. Its not good for me to be here since my Ranger isn't my primary vehicle?
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Both, Ranger is easier to park, get around town, lite hauling, and some very lite towing. MPG about the same.
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Wow how easy we get our panties in a bunch!!! Was just a little curious, I was seeing alot of full size post.
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Thought about getting a half ton but didn't want the bulk for a daily driver.
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Wow how easy we get our panties in a bunch!!! Was just a little curious, I was seeing alot of full size post.
Guys on the Ranger-Forums got defense about their Rangers? Who woulda guessed it!!

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OMGeeze some people don't own rangers here!1!!!!!11!!!11!!!11!
Trent, please refrain from posting while intoxicated.
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Lol I was totally sober at that moment...I think
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this is the first place i saw the f150 called a mod and its a popular mod here.
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Lol I was totally sober at that moment...I think
Need breathalyzer test results for proof haha
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