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Rodeo

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Hi to everyone,
Currently overseas I'm looking to move back home.

My wife and I own two Rangers, a 2005 and a 2001, 2.5 turbo diesel intercooler engines, 109 hp...and believe they're all there. They are gusty little trucks, that can pull their weight (payload 1.5 tons!)
I also have an 89 F 150 waiting to be worked on, a lot!🙃

We are now looking to buy a truck in the states. I found one and will probably ask you guys for infos in the near future!
And no worries, we're talking Ranger!!!😉
 

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Welcome! Nice trucks! Would be a shame not to bring them home with you.
 

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Thanks.
Believe me I would in a heartbeat!...but NHTSA does not look at it this way!
Also they are diesels....
And it cost money to ship a container.
 

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Good to meet you sailor!😉
 


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