Where did you find that link? I redirected that to the page that replaced it.
These will work:
Or this one is more mobile friendly:
My Personal Opinion: You've probably already seen this news release, but I figured I would share this since it's Ford Ranger news. I've told Ford that the new Ford Ranger needs a better navigation system that will either allow you to program a route in to it's GPS, or allow the trucks Sync to...
DEARBORN, Mich., Dec. 19, 2019 – Ford is making off-road adventures less stressful by giving drivers a “breadcrumb” path to find their way back to the pavement.
When enabled in the SYNC® 3 navigation settings, the Breadcrumbs feature works in the background to drop a virtual pin every second...
DEARBORN, Mich., Jan. 14, 2020 – When the trail is blocked and there is nowhere else to go, for the first time ever on an F-Series Super Duty, the new 2020 model with Tremor Off-Road Package can help clear the way with an available integrated electric winch.
The new Ford Performance Parts winch...
BTW, I personaly consider these trucks a 6th generation. The sheetmetal on the front of the 1983-2011 Ford Ranger changed 5 times, and 'Generation' has typically been defined in the past by these changes.
We've done this in the past. I think the last time I did it, I just created a post in the forum asking people to submit pics. It had briefly crossed my mind last year, but I didn't think that many people would be in to calendars.
But, it's an heirloom with sentimental value. Their exempt from the wife rules. I know a woman up by Detroit whose husband brought home his grandfather's tractor. Does she want a tractor, no. But it was his grandfathers.
I had a 1989 Ford F250 extended cab 4x4 that I fixed up. Loved that truck...