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Hello members, I got a 93 Ranger 4.0 with 368k on it. Somethings always breaking lately. Been a awesome truck. Not much to look at anymore. I'm gonna keep it alive. I was given to me 10 years ago with 275k on it. The guy I got it from said it needed a clutch and a battery. So I put a battery in saw there was no fluid in the resivour added some and drove it out of his driveway.
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368k and 20 years is a lot of use out of a Ranger. At this point you need to be looking at some major rebuilds (if that already didn't happen by 275k) like the tranny and engine and rear end.

Or I would suggest another Ranger that's not the same age I am lol.
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