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they may have never saw you roll......if they wasn't looking back then they very well could've never known it happened.......maybe that is why they continued on....
A NR (Registered Nurse) lived a half mile away and heard the crash and came to see what it was. He said it sounded like a train wreck. They knew it happened.
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reminds me of kyle's wreck:



the thing about the ranger's is, they might roll.. they might be totalled... but the person(s) on the inside just don't seem to get all that hurt...
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awwwwww..........maybe they were deaf! lol....now just making excusing to make you feel better!

what did the doc say bout ya!
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reminds me of kyle's wreck:



the thing about the ranger's is, they might roll.. they might be totalled... but the person(s) on the inside just don't seem to get all that hurt...
yea it does me too! except kyle didn't go completely over on both sides....

Rangers have always been one of the safest compact pickups on the road....
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Oh yeah a little update.

The insurance appraiser person is coming out tomorrow morning. The adjuster said "anything permanently attached to the vehicle would be covered" "something like a sub-woofer on the floor would not be because its not considered permanently attached" I left that at that and I am going to see what he says. I had the place I bought the lift kit and wheels send me a receipt. I am going to see what they say.

My doctor thinks I am OK. He sent me for an X-ray of my shoulder. I know a good X-ray place that does walk ins so I already got that done. My doctor wants to see me back in 2 weeks and might send me for PT but he also said if it feels better by then I can just cancel my appointment. I have great insurance so I plan on going even if it does feel better.

My next truck is getting after market seats and 5 point harness.
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ah these pictures make me cry....
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My next truck is getting after market seats and 5 point harness.

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Oh yeah a little update.

The insurance appraiser person is coming out tomorrow morning. The adjuster said "anything permanently attached to the vehicle would be covered" "something like a sub-woofer on the floor would not be because its not considered permanently attached" I left that at that and I am going to see what he says. I had the place I bought the lift kit and wheels send me a receipt. I am going to see what they say.

My doctor thinks I am OK. He sent me for an X-ray of my shoulder. I know a good X-ray place that does walk ins so I already got that done. My doctor wants to see me back in 2 weeks and might send me for PT but he also said if it feels better by then I can just cancel my appointment. I have great insurance so I plan on going even if it does feel better.

My next truck is getting after market seats and 5 point harness.
glad to hear your ok.......hopefully your shoulder gets better(i know how shoulder pain is...gotta have shoulder surgery after the 1st of the year..)

good idea with the GOOD (Sparaco, MOMO, etc) racing seats and 5 point harness'....only bad problem is in a front end collision or rear end collision you will get some serious whiplash....speaking from experience.......

usually the tires/wheels are considered a necessity and insurances wont cover them unless you have it as an extra on your policy...
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glad to hear your ok.......hopefully your shoulder gets better(i know how shoulder pain is...gotta have shoulder surgery after the 1st of the year..)

good idea with the GOOD (Sparaco, MOMO, etc) racing seats and 5 point harness'....only bad problem is in a front end collision or rear end collision you will get some serious whiplash....speaking from experience.......

usually the tires/wheels are considered a necessity and insurances wont cover them unless you have it as an extra on your policy...
Aren't some racing seats taller and give the back of your head support ? I was kidding my dad that I might start wearing my racing helmet and neck brace all the time. Maybe I am right LOL

I thought that too on the wheels but I am going to try. He said anything "permantly attached". Wheels are permantly attached can't hurt to try. I have my stockers in the shed so if they don't cover them the stockers are going back on.

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They stopped making flaresides right ? If my bed is ok, and if I get a brand new ranger could I swap over the whole flareside bed and just get new fenders ?
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well atleast u are ok, but as for ur ranger.... i would say totalled. one thing that is wrong with lifting vehicles, more top heavy!!
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Not sure yet. I am going to wait and see what the insurance man says. It is a possibility and one of my options I am thinking about.
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Woah, that is teh suxor! Good to know you're ok though. They sure build em tougher than they used to. Friend of mine had a 92 Ranger a few years back that he flipped and caved in the entire passenger side roof, only reason the driver side didnt collapse was because of the ladder rack he had on it. Think I might go out and invest in a roll cage myself now...
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they do but it sucks, or it could just be that pesky drum lockup that alot of us deal with...
Good reason to upgrade to discs.
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Eek add another one to the "Turn it into a convertable" list. That really sucks dude.
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WOW...man glad your ok thats nuts..im happy to know our trucks will stand up to this crap and lemmie tell ya jsut the other day i just about got t-boned by ANOTHER ranger..stuid lady wasnt watching blew the light and covered her face cause she was heading straight for me..missed her by not much..i loved your truck man one of the only ppl i know with a 3" BL and 35's! and i still wanna do it!!..hope your ok and insurance will take care of ya!!
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WOW! Glad you are ok Ben! Sorry about the truck! Best of luck with your insurance company and getting it fixed or a new one.
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Aren't some racing seats taller and give the back of your head support ? I was kidding my dad that I might start wearing my racing helmet and neck brace all the time. Maybe I am right LOL

I thought that too on the wheels but I am going to try. He said anything "permantly attached". Wheels are permantly attached can't hurt to try. I have my stockers in the shed so if they don't cover them the stockers are going back on.
yea they are but the 5 point harness is what will give you whiplash.....lol about the helmet...
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Woah, that is teh suxor! Good to know you're ok though. They sure build em tougher than they used to. Friend of mine had a 92 Ranger a few years back that he flipped and caved in the entire passenger side roof, only reason the driver side didnt collapse was because of the ladder rack he had on it. Think I might go out and invest in a roll cage myself now...

Good reason to upgrade to discs.

makes me feel safer haha!
and Ben glad you are ok and get that truck waxed!!!
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still in shock with the pics..
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Man how did I miss this post, sucks about the truck man but glad you are ok.
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Man how did I miss this post, sucks about the truck man but glad you are ok.
gettin old and slow!
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like i said on the phone all that matters is that YOU are okay
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They stopped making flaresides right ? If my bed is ok, and if I get a brand new ranger could I swap over the whole flareside bed and just get new fenders ?

yes you could do that.
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holy crap man. at least u are ok. that sux about the truck man
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Wow i cant believe i missed this post. Man glad your alright, sucks about the truck.
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