My ranger has open diffs and I almost got it stuck in a sandy parking area.
I like to do my off roading at low speed. 15 to 20 mph on the trails. The places I would take it include the northern Georgia mountains (Beasley, Bald Head, Cherokke National Forest) as well as Michigan in winter...
I was trying to keep it vague to keep the audible sighs from happening.
Should I convert my Ranger to 4wd, match the rear diff to the front and add a rear air locker to it (12K estimate price)
Just buy a new F-150 in the lot that has 4WD and a locker
Yep here's another one.
A) Spend 12K to modify a truck with 100,000 miles on it but in great condition
B) Make large payments for the next 7 years on a new truck that has the features you want
I think my Ranger's name is Jessie. It happened when I first started calling it my "Uncle Jesse-mobile" since it seemed like a old school working truck compared to the 4x4s I had before. I think it likes the name but I haven't told the wife yet. She might think I named it after the girl in...
Besides the usual profanity riddled names given to junkers, what is the worst nickname you've heard on a truck or car?
For me it's Sarah-in-Tune's Subaru. She has a Forester she named Gump.
Can anyone match or top this?