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I just wanted to know how many use there Ranger for work. Post them up. Name:  truckatwork002.jpg
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thats a pretty good haul
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I dont have any pics from when I use it at work cause I am usually working.

Here is a pic of haulin my grandpa's motorcycle
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Cell pic of my haulin wood. Before I was lifted and 31's
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not for 'work' as in a job, but for odd jobs to help out family or friends
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Right, I meant for use as a truck, not just hauling 1 spare or nothing
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I hauled 3 rolls of chain link fence for a buddy yesterday, no pics though. I use it as it was meant to be used. And yes, lowered trucks can haul just as much as stock. Just not off pavement.
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i had 12 sheets of drywall in mine just the other day. i try to use my truck as a truck every chance i get.
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i aint got pics now.. but trucks for work. ill get pics next time i get a nice load on it
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My truck gets worked but hey its a truck right?

this was 1400 lbs of 5/8's

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and the aftermath of 4000lbs of 5/8 gravel, 8000lbs of fill dirt and rock, 4 pallets of bricks and 2 pallets of sod.

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The only thing I have are really old and its not that cool. I never took any pics while hauling anything of size

lol at my spare
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and just hauling some 2x12's around a job site
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I gotta see if I've got any pics at home... I've had 25 bales of hay in the back. I've done it three times, the third time I lost 23 bales on the road. Now I get them delivered for a buck more per bale.
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hahah i was gona say, thats sounds like it could go bad fast in a ranger
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I gotta see if I've got any pics at home... I've had 25 bales of hay in the back. I've done it three times, the third time I lost 23 bales on the road. Now I get them delivered for a buck more per bale.
that'd be an interesting sight..
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Well I normally dont use my truck for work that often..but eh decided to clean out the shop yesturday and take some scrap down
ended up being appox 220 pounds of copper...and about another 250 pounds of brass....maybe another 50 pounds of aluminum.....and 50 pounds of cast iron

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I used my Ranger all the time. The bed will show that. I don't have any pictures of it working, though, other then the ones of all my scrap wood:


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The Chevy gets worked hard, though. So did the Dodge.

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That's 8 scaffolding ladders, 8 X bars, 4 planks, 2 sheets of inch and one eight plywood, and 5 sheets of 3/4, plus a **** load of fasteners in the back seat, as well as other crap that was on the job. Had to haul it 20 miles to the next job, lol. The 3/4 ton company truck didn't have anything on the flat bed, everything got thrown on my truck.
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do work son!
i use it for its intended purpose.



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Every weekend pulling the trailer with mower

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use it for getting wood for different projects.
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damn those are some big logs! Thatd be work for a bobcat!
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dang thats alot of wood, the hedgehog would be proud
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I cant say I use mine as a truck, just a pavement pounder
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load it w/ a bunch of junk and take a pic. work it man
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damn those are some big logs! Thatd be work for a bobcat!
wish i had a bobcat
should of been there when me and my parents stood them up used the truck to get all of this wood and thats only half of it still have to build the lower deck and stairs.
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do work son!
i use it for its intended purpose.
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