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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 06-29-2008, 08:19 PM Thread Starter
 
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using the Ranger for what its meant for



was working hard all weekend hauling wood, sold some of it off to other campers too cause they couldnt get to where the wood was


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Thumbs up nice to see

I'm glad to see that there are still people that use a truck to haul stuff. those that worry about scratching the bed make me laugh. its a freakin truck eh

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sold some of it off to other campers too cause they couldnt get to where the wood was
Thats the way to make money , and have fun while doing it too



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I have had mine for a month now.. I took some yard waste to the dump.. will tell you this it wasn't easy throwing that first shovel of crap into the back of the truck.. lol..
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Ive already hauled 2 loads to the dump, and lots of misc crap around town... Love my Ranger

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rangers are great little trucks.. this pic was taken after i did my 2inch shackle lift. hard to tell from this angle.


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If you really want scratches start loading a skidoo in and out about 75 times a winter....the carbides really do a number on the bed.....Can't wait to see how the new line-X job holds up Might toss in a sheet of plywood this winter


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rangers are great little trucks.. this pic was taken after i did my 2inch shackle lift. hard to tell from this angle.
there sick trucks.
my dad had an 87 ranger he burred in a mud field 3 towtrucks to get his ass out.

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I'm glad to see that there are still people that use a truck to haul stuff. those that worry about scratching the bed make me laugh. its a freakin truck eh
i agree mines dented scratched beat up. and i use it to haul whole bunch on stuff next time i'm carrying somthing i'll try to remember pics


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If you really want scratches start loading a skidoo in and out about 75 times a winter....the carbides really do a number on the bed.....Can't wait to see how the new line-X job holds up Might toss in a sheet of plywood this winter
So you still can spary on a liner even after you truck bed gets all scratched up?
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was working hard all weekend hauling wood, sold some of it off to other campers too cause they couldnt get to where the wood was
So.. you have a secret spot for firewood? I am getting kinda of tired paying close to 200 for a cord of wood.
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