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View Poll Results: What year is your ranger, vote for every ranger you own.
93 and older 156 10.67%
94 66 4.51%
95 26 1.78%
96 41 2.80%
97 53 3.63%
98 96 6.57%
99 118 8.07%
00 116 7.93%
01 144 9.85%
02 161 11.01%
03 185 12.65%
04 146 9.99%
05 92 6.29%
06 72 4.92%
07 51 3.49%
Multiple Choice Poll. Voters: 1462. You may not vote on this poll

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1997 - well used but only owned by family. (reminder - be careful when doing business with family )
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02 what a great year
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wow 03 must be a good year...seems alot of people have them on here....
The best year!
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hehe 69. Dinner for two!
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hahaha...
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2004 XLT 4x4 Red with a junk front valance breaks every winter anyone know where to get a better replacement valance?
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we need a couple more 02 !!
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2003

2003 was an awesome year. perfect grille and all. love em
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Mine is a 1990 model 4.0 4WD and still going strong, only 114,00 miles.
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awww 02's loosing now
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Lol, still alot of them. I didnt realize we had that many of them. There are only 7 95's lol.
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Sweet...02's are soo close to taking the lead
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lol do 96's suck or something?
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i'm suprised this poll got so many votes.

and damn... 01's have fallen badly. we're not even close anymore to the top
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this may b a little off topic. but im kinda thinking about buying a mid 90s model and lifting that bc its so much cheaper 500 instead of 1500-2300?

what do yall think? ill b keeping my 99 as a daily driver and use the old one for trails?
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'98 V8 :)

I wish I could get a Ranger diesel for a second truck.
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98 2wd flareside
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2001-2003 Edge

Damn Sweet Years...then they went, well......I don't like'em.
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Damn Sweet Years...then they went, well......I don't like'em.
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year of ranger

My ranger is a 93 XLT, up, running and lovin it!
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...and no one with an '07.
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