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School Parking Lot Rangers!

Had a minute during my spare so I decided to take some pictures with my new Phone. D.O.T. was eyeing up my tint lol.





Both FX4 Rangers key's will open each others doors! lol this is a problem. What should I do??







Left is my 03 Level II lifted, Right is 08 FX4 Stock Ranger, except Tint

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what drove you to even try your keys on each others truck? I only use my key fob, Ive only used my key to open my truck door probably once in 4 years.
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thats funny about the keys. I always try my key when someone locks themselves out. hey, sometimes it works.

kinda like my apartment complex, i can open all of my neighbors places with my key

nice looking trucks. i like the exhaust on that blue one.
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WTH is that sticking out the back of the last one! !LMAO
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what drove you to even try your keys on each others truck? I only use my key fob, Ive only used my key to open my truck door probably once in 4 years.
I've tried other peoples keys when my keys have been locked in.. my buddy said he had done it.
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i used to work at a carlot here in town and we were movin cars one day. he handed me the keys to a truck and got in, started it and moved it. come to find out it was the keys to a different truck on the lot. was another chevy but we were like WTF?!
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what drove you to even try your keys on each others truck? I only use my key fob, Ive only used my key to open my truck door probably once in 4 years.

I wanted his exam and he was standing there, I tried it thinking theres no way it'll work. Turn the key and it pops open. he turns around and opens my truck.

This could be a problem, if my stuff goes missing one me. thank god it wont start each others trucks.
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One of my buddies key for his dodge Dakota, opens his friends lifted Chevvy apparently.
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Nice. A delta toolbox key will unlock a 86 mercury tracer. lol
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odd about the keys i know ford keys locks the same every so often they are expost to send the truck to different sides of the us for that reason lol thats what i was told
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prolly true, but dealers are goin pretty far distances nowadays to get vehicles for their customers. the dealer i worked for here in owensboro, ky went to freakin vegas to get a car...
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why is this in the photography section which its description is "Non-vehicle related only"...
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An 79 Toyota Corolla key will work in most CAT excavators....That was a fun nite.
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We have a worn down key to a 73 Ford truck at work that will open the doors of just about anything you try it on.
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nice exhaust on the mazda haha
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you can open any older honda with a blank key or even a screwdriver lol
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Back in high school, alot of us has toyotas.....we'd regularly mess with eachother and move eachothers trucks a few parking spots over, or turn 'em around in the same spot. lol. keys worked in all our trucks....all 4 of 'em. lol.
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why is this in the photography section which its description is "Non-vehicle related only"...
Yeah i noticed that after I submited it
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Back in high school, alot of us has toyotas.....we'd regularly mess with eachother and move eachothers trucks a few parking spots over, or turn 'em around in the same spot. lol. keys worked in all our trucks....all 4 of 'em. lol.
my friends picked up my toyota tercel and turned it sideways in the spot, while simultaneously breaking half my bumper loose. Not quite as funny at the time. Luckily I got rearended soon after and the bumper stayed on after that.
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One of my buddies has a Ford fob that will open about 25% of the cars we try it on (no joke). I remember the older Arctic Cats had only 4 different key. So you could have 4 keys to start every Arctic Cat on the planet.
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my dads 85 b2 and his 88 ranger use the exact same key
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the key from my grandfathers 98 ranger will open my moms 98 expo lol
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lmao shane, that's what I was gonna post about the Mazda!

Funny with the keys for sure. My ignition key for my 89 B2200 would work in all the doors and ignitions of my 88 and 90 B2200s lol. Well, the keys from all 3 trucks would interchangable lol.


Your truck looks REALLY good now, and WAY better without that billet grille.
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lmao shane, that's what I was gonna post about the Mazda!

Funny with the keys for sure. My ignition key for my 89 B2200 would work in all the doors and ignitions of my 88 and 90 B2200s lol. Well, the keys from all 3 trucks would interchangable lol.


Your truck looks REALLY good now, and WAY better without that billet grille.
Correction, It looked really good before todays collition. why cant people in dodge's learn how to drive. I'm making a tread right now.
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