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Old 07-28-2013
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new ranger & 1st time p/u owner

Hello, my name is Ron and I'm a newbie here and to pickups all together. I have never owned a truck only cars and one small suv. I got a 96 Ranger XLT extended cab 2wd. Got it for $900 with a leaky radiator. I already replaced the radiator and am almost done hooking everything back up. The only thing giving me trouble is lining up the bottom tranny cooling line.
It has 215k miles, starts right up, no lifter ticking and no dummy lights on the dash light up after starting.
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Got any pictures of the truck?
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