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Old 02-14-2011
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Love to have a ranger that wont have body damage after skidding down the road sideways smacking a tree and ending up with a HUGE dent in my front fender then having to pay $300 to ford for a factory fender and my girlfriends dad charging me $200 to paint the damn thing!!!
 
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Old 02-15-2011
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Better lift options for the newer rangers for sure!
More choices for off road performance parts ( bumpers, skid plates, sliders and stuff like that)
Engine upgrades would be amazing!
I just wish it was as easy to find parts for the ranger as it is for a jeep wrangler!
 
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Been said but… 4.6L w/5 sp, Crew Cab, solid axles, hd rear, OEM Lockers frt and rear.
That will get me started and back on FORD’s side.
 
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Originally Posted by RANGER_620 View Post
Love to have a ranger that wont have body damage after skidding down the road sideways smacking a tree and ending up with a HUGE dent in my front fender then having to pay $300 to ford for a factory fender and my girlfriends dad charging me $200 to paint the damn thing!!!
That....is oddly specific.
 
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Some of these have already been said, but It'd be cool to have a 4bt option, bring back the stepside bed, and RCD needs to make lifts again. I'd also like if a company made the draining floor mats, like they do for the F150 (if there is, i've never seen 'em).
 
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A 1 ton option would be nice. :-D
 
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Originally Posted by Masteratarms93 View Post
HAHA same. But I want a V8 Colorado.
My buddy has one, kid that lives out in Cape Canaveral.

He just got it a few weeks ago, 5.3, 4wd, he claims it's one of two in the country, which I find to be a stretch, it's actually a somewhat common swap from what I've found.

Nice truck though. Too bad daddy is helping him pay for it.

And regardless, bought not built, so it holds no water in my eyes.

At least I had hands in throwing the 302 in my Ranger, even though it was before I bought it.
 
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Originally Posted by nickskates4lyfe View Post
My buddy has one, kid that lives out in Cape Canaveral.

He just got it a few weeks ago, 5.3, 4wd, he claims it's one of two in the country, which I find to be a stretch, it's actually a somewhat common swap from what I've found.

Nice truck though. Too bad daddy is helping him pay for it.

And regardless, bought not built, so it holds no water in my eyes.

At least I had hands in throwing the 302 in my Ranger, even though it was before I bought it.
There are a few floating around. Not sure about swap but it became an orderable option as of late 2009 early 2010. I am having some help on the down payment but I got it all after that. The money is more of a gift for 18 years of being a good, behaved son than a handout for being spoiled lol. I am looking at around 30k. Should be "fun".

Built is nice, which is why I am keeping the Ranger as toy. I can do whatever to it. But I really would love a new truck that is all factory.
 
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Listen up Ford engineers, just an idea. Build a Ranger with a inline 4 cylinder diesel, straight axle front end and manual transfer case/transmission. Selectable lockers would also be nice...it is after all a truck
 
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