Just picked up my second FACTORY Ranger EV this weekend!




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Josh B

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That's pretty cool AJ
 

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I'm putting this truck up for sale. I was originally going to use this one as a parts rig for my white truck, but it's in too good of shape to tear apart, especially as rare as these trucks are... And I certainly don't need two of them!
My as is asking price is $2,000. Needs new batteries to run, was last driven about 3 years ago. If it doesn't sell, I might fix it up and sell as a running truck, but the price would skyrocket if I were to do that...
If anyone is interested in it either way, let me know! I might be willing to customize a new pack for it to fit your needs for the right price!
 

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Interesting, never seen an electric one. Would be cool to see how they worked.
 

Josh B

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I'm putting this truck up for sale. I was originally going to use this one as a parts rig for my white truck, but it's in too good of shape to tear apart, especially as rare as these trucks are... And I certainly don't need two of them!
My as is asking price is $2,000. Needs new batteries to run, was last driven about 3 years ago. If it doesn't sell, I might fix it up and sell as a running truck, but the price would skyrocket if I were to do that...
If anyone is interested in it either way, let me know! I might be willing to customize a new pack for it to fit your needs for the right price!
Fix it up and use it!
You might get the best offers while driving it around
 

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Im not sure about other states, but I noticed when I was renewing my plates online a few weeks ago, theres a massive surcharge for having a electric vehicle in ohio, like 300$ or $400 (I forget exactly, but it’s somewhere around those numbers) Id be pissed. Im guessing its because they cant collect gas tax , so there going to hit you all at once when you renew plates. Good reason to convert one, but keep the gas chassis/vin
 

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There's probably a way to get that money back. You can probably write it off or fill out form 33-4B sub section 42c1 at the US redundant department of redundancy and exotic pet licensing for a tax rebate and 12.6% off all parrot permit fees.
 

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cool, wander if one of these could be updated with more modern battery tech. I would guess that the motor is good enough as is, but there are probably more efficient of those now too.
 

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I have 98 and it needs new batteries. I updated it to 12v AGM when I first bought it, but they really did not last long. I was given a set of NIMH ( minus 1 sadly) and all of the hardware to swap the Pb setup to NIMH. I have the NGS tester and all of the Ford tools - long story - but with all of the free time I have at the moment it is looking at me and I can hear it say "You no longer have an excuse not to work on me." So I need to figure out what I have that is still up to the task. I am wondering if there is a stand alone NIMH charger available that I can go though the batteries and see what is still good at this point. Google searching only comes up with chargers for little batteries. Any help would be appreciated.
 


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