If you don't mind having an older style key I can dig around my dad's place because I know I have an ignition cylinder kicking around somewhere with keys, its out of a mid-80s Ranger though (same basic thing just with the old school style keys). It wouldn't be a big deal mailing it over to you if you want.
IIRC, all thats involved is removing the screws (should be two) holding the plastic around the column, turn the key to the ON position and there's a metal 'button' so to speak on the side of the cylinder that you push in with a punch (can be a bugger cause its tight) and the cylinder should slide right out. I've done a couple but its been probably 10 years since so I might have missed something in there, and I do remember it being a bit of a pain but thats the general gist of how its done. The only real catch is if you're running a chipped key (I doubt it on a '00), then you would need the OEM key present for the truck to start. Its a tall stretch, but you know, I may even have the matching door locks for that cylinder too but I can't promise anything. I'll look tonight. LR
'09 Ford Ranger FX4 with a mean owner