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Day one pic of your Ranger and current pic

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I put this on Ford Ranger Forum and people seemed to like it so i thought I would start it here too. I like posting pics of my truck and I know you guys do too, so just like the title says post a picture of your Ranger the day you got it (or the earliest pic you can find) and the most recent picture you have of it.
Here's my 98

 


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i like the idea. heres my 2002 mazda b2300 2.3l duratec 5 speed :D



here she is right now (for now :D not done yet)
 
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This is as close to a BEFORE as I can find.


This is current-
 

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How i found it. All stock.


How it is now. 5.8L 38.5 Boggers Full size running gear
 

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Sorry if I picture whore a little bit here.

Day after I brought it home.




Taken the other day after a wash.

 

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This is as close to a BEFORE as I can find.


This is current-
sooooo you washed it?





mine:
this is the ONLY picture i have of it completely stock... i started mods within a month of buying the truck... i had my first real mod on the truck before i made my first payment!





now:




 

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Day I got it, 3 years ago






As of this past Sunday




 

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day one


as of this weekend after playin on dirt roads (dent was there when i bought it)


i think i need wider tires or somethin cuz i really tried to get it dirty on the muddy roads and thats the best i could do :dunno:
 

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my truck doesn't get dirty on dirt roads, or in the snow really... but when i'm in mud, oh yeah!

the wider tires, actually help keep the truck clean to an extent... you have so much water and mud coming off of your tires that it washes stuff away before it has a chance to dry... if it's only getting a little wet, it will dry on and cake... if you take those mud flaps off, it will make a big difference also...

speaking of which, i should make a set of detachable muflaps... i saw a set at a local meet, guy had them pinned into his frame so they can come out in about 30 seconds for wheeling... (i got pulled over about 6 months ago for no flaps)
 

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i had the mudflaps off at one point i dunno it just didnt look quite right because they are molded to match the flares so there were like small open spots in the flares where the flaps used to be... i have thought about buying another set of flaps and trying to trim them in a way that it wont look goofy
 

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