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Old 11-12-2015
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New Ranger Owner

Hello All,

I'm the new owner of a 2002 Ranger Edge 4x4 3.0L Std. Cab.

I bought this truck with 135K miles on it as a winter vehicle since my daily driver is now a RWD BMW 335is with 19" 35 series tires. Hence, the car stays in the garage for the winter.

I thought I was buying winter transportation and something to haul materials for our house renovation but I think I now have another hobby.

Upcoming upgrades/repairs:

1. Bilstein Shocks
2. Timing Cover Gasket Repair
3. Oil Pan/Rear Main Seal Repair
4. Cam Synchronizer (Not sure if its ever been done.)
5. Power Windows, Locks, Mirrors, Keyless Entry

Looking forward to meeting you all.

John
 
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Rangers are good reliable pickups.
The 3.0l Vulcan engine was used from 1986 to 2008 in many Ford vehicles, not just Rangers.

It is a pickup truck so for winter driving you should throw a few bags of sand in the back, how many is up to you.
I have a board I cut that fits across the back to hold the sand bags in place in case of a sudden stop.
And the sand can come in handy it you do get stuck, lol.
 
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