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Old 07-25-2010
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I own a 2005 Ranger Fx4 Level II. I have not done anything to my truck. It is the same as when I drove it off the lot. I was told by another guy that it was a 3/4 ton Is that true?
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3/4 ton............ lmao.lmfao.roflmao........ thats funny!!! sorry about that, check your door stick.
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your ranger is a 1/4 tonne pick-up
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Isnt it 1/2 ton suspension?
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Um no
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Lol no.... Isn't the f150 a half ton truck
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Lol no.... Isn't the f150 a half ton truck
yes the f150's are 1/2 tons.. some of the f250's arnt even 3/4 tons..
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yes the f150's are 1/2 tons.. some of the f250's arnt even 3/4 tons..
Ya that's what I thought. I know I have had several hundred pounds in my ranger and it doesn't handle the weight nearly as well as an f150
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i had my explorer leaves re done to handle 1280 pounds in the box
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The only thing half ton about the truck (sort of) is the rear axle.
Older F150s had the 31 spline 8.8 rear axle similar to yours.
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The Rangers are a light duty 1/2 ton
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wheres FMD? I'll bet his truck ia a "3/4 ton!"
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Sorry... but:



ROTFLMAO

HAHAHAHAHAHA
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wheres FMD? I'll bet his truck ia a "3/4 ton!"
this. imo
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LMAO......somebody buzz this cat with the ROFLCopter......haa
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