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Old 11-06-2009
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08EscapeArtist's 95 Ranger

I bought my Ranger around the beginning of October. Here it is bone stock.



So far I have added pedal covers. The original were worn completely flat.



I then changed out the headliner. It looked horrible.
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New headliner

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nice work so far, keep it up
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lookin good.....you'll be amazed how fast your truck will change

had my 3rd gen less than a year and it looks totally different from when i got it...almost like a new truck
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You lifting it or lowering it?
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Today I added a dome light from a Taurus. Holy crap is it bright compared to what was in there.


Chances are I will probably lower it a little, nothing major.
My near future list of mods include:
Rims and tires
Catalytic converter
Tinted windows
Tail lights
Clear corners and new headlights
My daughter wants nerf bars to help her get in and out. She calls them those steps that are on the Gamecock truck
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Steps will look pretty goofy on it as low as it is or even lowered.
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Steps will look pretty goofy on it as low as it is or even lowered.
More than likely by the time I get around to them, my daughter will b tall enough to climb in and out easily.
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Did some more work today. Got a set of clear corners, unfortunately the fogged up headlights do it no justice. hose need to be polished.

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I have to admit, this is the first time I have popped the hood since I got it. There is a green weed eater string holding back a hose from hitting the belt. It must be missing a strap. The engine will need to be cleaned and parts will be painted.
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