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Some quick pics before winter

My new truck will be finished this week which means the ranger is getting put away for the winter. i spent a couple hours saturday and cleaned her up since she was a mess from hunting season. it was too cold to get my tonno back on though, it will have to wait for warmer weather i geuss. BTW, the white PSD F-350 behind it is my dads truck, i snapped these pics while i was at my dads shop today.
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and a shot of my dads shop just for fun
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Pretty ranger man! I Good pictures too.
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nice truck dont understand the storing of a truck for winter time but hey to each there own, the f-150 is **** so whatever drive the ranger off a cliff and send the wheels my way
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nice truck dont understand the storing of a truck for winter time but hey to each there own, the f-150 is **** so whatever drive the ranger off a cliff and send the wheels my way
if you lived in the rust belt youd understand why someone would want to store a truck in the winter. ive had the truck for a while and i plan on keeping it alot longer so storing it in the winters has helped prolong its life. its only seen 3 winters in the 7 years ive owned it. but if i happen to drive it off a cliff tomarow and i happen to survive, ill send the wheels your way lol
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if you lived in the rust belt youd understand why someone would want to store a truck in the winter. ive had the truck for a while and i plan on keeping it alot longer so storing it in the winters has helped prolong its life. its only seen 3 winters in the 7 years ive owned it. but if i happen to drive it off a cliff tomarow and i happen to survive, ill send the wheels your way lol
i lived in ny for 20 years before moving to this fine state so i know about the rust but imo its just part of living up there nothing you can do about it, all kinds of vehicles survive many many years or hell in the salt.......sweet deal on the rims though ill pm ya my address
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i lived in ny for 20 years before moving to this fine state so i know about the rust but imo its just part of living up there nothing you can do about it, all kinds of vehicles survive many many years or hell in the salt.......sweet deal on the rims though ill pm ya my address
there is something you can do about the rust and that is to store it during the winter months. im fortunate enough to have had another vehicle to drive in the winter so i was able to store my pride and joy untill summer. a couple of those winters it was stored was because i was away either deployed or in training with the Army. my ranger started out the same way my F-150 did and it was my first big project and was a great father/ son sort of thing. theres alot of time, money, work and memories wrapped up in this truck so i try to preserve it as much as possible. i plan on giving it to my future children some day the same way my father did with me and my first truck. thats another reason it will be sad if i drive it off a cliff. lol
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Ranger looks good as always. Can't wait too see some pics of the F150 on the road.
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i dig ur ranger man!! KM2s are my next tire...
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Damn i wish I could restore my Bronco and park it for the winter. Would be badass.

Truck looks great. I'm terribly jealous you have a Ranger and F150
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ya nice looking truck,.. so if your ranger goes off a cliff and it didnt catch on fire or is twisted into a pretzel send xp1ik99 the wheels i'll take the rest of it.. haha.. i could use a lift and some other mechanical parts!!! haha
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