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  1. Ranger for Short Commutes and Weekend Errands

    I am looking to purchase a Ranger and have chosen not to pursue a Duratec because of the extensive use of plastics in the engine compartment that are more susceptible to warping and degradation from heat and pressure, and I have also noted the inherent difficulty of replacing the valves on the...
  2. 1996 2.3 I4, 4×4 Ranger

    I just purchased a 1996 Ford Ranger XL Regular Cab with a 2.3 I4 mated to a 5-speed, manual transmission and a 4×4 with a manual-transfer case and manual-locking hubs. I know they are exceptionally rare, as I was only able to locate four examples in a search query factoring a 500-mile radius. I...
  3. 1996 2.3 I4 4×4

    I just purchased a 1996 Ford Ranger XL Regular Cab with a 2.3 I4 mated to a 5-speed, manual transmission and a 4×4 with a manual-transfer case and manual-locking hubs. I know they are exceptionally rare, as I was only able to locate four examples in a search query factoring a 500-mile radius. I...
  4. Which Ranger should I buy?

    1996 Ford Ranger Regular Cab 2.3 I4 5-Speed, Standard/Manual Transmission 4x4 with Manual-Locking Hubs and Manual-Transfer Case 231,836 Miles $600 Needs Heater Core and Serpentine Belt 1990 Ford Ranger Regular Cab 2.9 V6 5-Speed, Standard/Manual Transmission 4x4 with Manual-Locking Hubs and...


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