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Where does your Ranger Sleep?

Im the only person in my family that actually parks their vehicles in the garage, lol. I would flip my lid if my ranger or mustang had to sit outside at night, mainly because my house is surrounded by trees and they like to drop sap and limbs and pine cones on vehicles. i can only think of one time that my ranger has stayed outside one night and that was because i got drunk at a party and left it in the woods. LOL

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in the driveway its a truck.. it will live..
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Mine stays in the garage at home, at school it stays in a parking lot with 500 other cars, which sucks...
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Mine is parked in the road right in front of the house right now. And that is where is always is except in the winter when its in the driveway.
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What kind of work do you do that you can have all of these nice toys? I like the wheeler in the background.
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In the street so it doesn't leak on the driveway.
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now that I have my truck back... Backed in between a Hyundai and a crappy jeep that the owner can't park.
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mine is in the driveway you know the wife has to have the garage for her crappy civic
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I'm a jeweler.... I play with rocks.... it has its perks.... plus my wife has a great job...
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sits parked at the curb like everything else in NYC
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Im with you Ben...

I actually took my Jeep up north to put it in the in laws heated garage for the winter

The Impala and Magnum are ALWAYS since up here I have that sap problem
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in the gravel driveway. Never even thought about parking a truck in the garage. Where would you put all the stuff thats in the garage? Thats a workshop, not a parking spot
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Tree sap is one of the many tools of the devil...
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We had a peacock take up residence a while back. Believe me when Is ay Pea-***** are completely full of schit. They like to pick the cleanest rig to empty themselves on too.

That damn thing didnt stay around to long though. Word is, it joined the circus.
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mine is in the driveway you know the wife has to have the garage for her crappy civic
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When people park imports in my driveway I warn them that they could get their a$$eS kicked by my Ranger and Stallion...
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I park my truck where ever. I want a garage, but apartments don't have those.
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Unfotunately while im at school i have to park in my apartment parking lot. I have my own spot because nobody else wants to drive up a curb to get to it. So my truck is always parked front and center

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I have the same stewart poster jeweler. Sucks that ***** is on yamahas and only racing sx now.


My truck stays outside, only in the garage overnight if I'm working on it. Out at school though its outside all the time.
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Here's mine, parking lot is on the left my dorm is on the top right, the green thing

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i back mine in at the end of my driveway!! jus jump in and go!
sorry for the terrible pic. lol
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My rigs are occupying one portion of the driveway.

My Ranger has spent the night in the garage once.

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Back when the fog lights worked. LOL!
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depends whos at home that night. some nights I get garage. If im in canada I get outside. If im at work sometimes I pull it inside the building to stay in the winter.
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Mine sits in my apartment parking lots which sucks. I have had it garaged a few times but its an outside rig.
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