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Would you rather own an ext. cab ranger
or a regular cab f150 long bed..



I would rather own a ranger. Although fullsizes are great I like to have that extra room in the back of the cab.
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Ext cab, I could never drive a regular cab truck.
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I had a 92' F-150 standard cab, 8 ft bed. Although I miss the 8 ft bed, I will never own a standard cab again. My extended cab ranger does everything I need it to do right now, even though I would love a 1 ton diesel.
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the ranger hahah how much you want for it
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extended ranger. idk if my next truck will be another extended ranger, but 4x4, or a true four door full size.
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Yea I would never own a regular cab. I love my ext cab 4 door.
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Would you rather own an ext. cab ranger
or a regular cab f150 long bed..
Hmm, hard choice. I guess extended cab Ranger but would rather have full size extended cab. I cant fit in the back of an extended cab Ranger. I have regular cab Ranger right now and it is tight. I am a big dude to fit in a small truck.
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I would get an f150... or a dodge ram :-)
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f-150, throw a tool box in the back for storage and ride.

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^ Ya, I will never buy a regular cab ranger again
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^ lol screw that
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^ Ya, I will never buy a regular cab ranger again
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nvm lol wasted post
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I owned an 01 Chevy 2500 single cab long bed 4x4. Ugly as hell. I'll never own one again. Looks like a ***** on wheels. I also owned an extended cab short box F-150. It was nice but burned too much gas. I love my ranger now.
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I owned an 01 Chevy 2500 single cab long bed 4x4. Ugly as hell. I'll never own one again. Looks like a ***** on wheels. I also owned an extended cab short box F-150. It was nice but burned too much gas. I love my ranger now.
What did you do to that chevy to make it look like that.
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Would you rather own an ext. cab ranger
or a regular cab f150 long bed..



I would rather own a ranger. Although fullsizes are great I like to have that extra room in the back of the cab.
funny question, the family has an 85 f250 long bed and while its great when i need the tow capacity or to haul a lot of stuff, i would hate to own and gass up that beast, 9 mpg at its finest, last time i borrowed it to do a 300 mile trip it cost me $130 in gas!
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Ext. cab Ranger I had a company F-150 reg cab long bed, it was good for work, but not personal use.
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yea i ride in single cab f-series trucks all day at work too.
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I would rather have a regular cab one fiddy. Cause its a full size. But I most likely won't own another regular cab ranger. I might for my long travel project but I don't want to.
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Regular cabs suck unless it's a work truck.

I like ext cabs solely for the purpose of extra storage, and that you can recline your seat all the way back. Try sleeping in the cab of a std cab truck with a console. Doesn't work too well, especially in a B2200 lol
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Regular cabs suck unless it's a work truck
Even if they are a work truck.

I will NEVER buy a regular cab again.
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What did you do to that chevy to make it look like that.
go have a look at one. They come out of the factory looking like a *****... on wheels.
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the only way id drive a longbed is if it was lifted and pushing at least 40 inches. if not ill take my ext cab anyday.
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i hate my standard cab, an extended cab would be so nice. but i need a full size truck also for work, so its a toss up.

really i wouldn't care, i would adjust to either.
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ext cab Ranger, I could never drive a regular cab truck, both of mine have been ext cabs, and could imagine not havin the extra room for my junk
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