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TheRangerStation vs. other forum sites

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I just purchased a 1988 Ford Bronco Full Size 5.0L V8 in replacement of my 1990 Ford Bronco II. (Yes, yes, I know I turned to the dark side! I still have my Ranger though!) Anyway, I found a site for full size Bronco owners called http://fullsizebronco.com/. It is a decent site with some good information. Let me make it clear that it is NO COMPARISON to TheRangerStation. There is no where near the amount of information on the FSB forum as there is here. I looked and looked for a technical library and their site and found a few small threads. Seriously, this is the best enthusiast sites I have ever been to. Without TRS, my truck would be broken, sitting in the driveway in a million pieces. TRS has saved me so much headache while working on my truck. I just wanted to take the time and thank not only Jim Oaks, but all TRS members for their valuable input to make this site the best 4x4 site out there today. Thanks

Andy Noall
 


country0001

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I was on ford truck enthusiasts before I found this site. This is the best. TRS has everything, there is no need to go to other sites. They even cover full size problems.
 

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same here! saved a lot of headache and troubleshooting the wrong things! haha
 

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I was gonna say +1

But I think this deserves more than that.
Lets say...

+(whatever our national debt is)
 

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Amen!

thanks to TRs my truck looks awesome now lol, and runs awesome
 

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i must add to this as i am new to this site i dont post much but i read alot.
the site and guys on here are the best with any help you could ask for. now that i have 2 b2s and a gen 1 ranger i do the up keep on for the famly this site has become my start up page. i must think Jim and all the people on here. now to get my membership. again thank all of you
 

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I am not much of a poster but I check out & read daily. The quality, responsiveness,and comradery of the members is exceptionable.

Thank you JIM for the excellent site.

Ron V :) :) :)
 

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I'll throw in my $.02 here as well. If not for TRS, all the members, and Jim Oaks, i wouldn't have had any idea what to do with my daily driver. Once I joined and saw what a lot of you guys do with your trucks and all the info and help as well. Long story short, TRS is an awesome site.

Thanks to all you guys.

Clay
 

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fsb.com has some great tech articles for fullsize stuff, i like to sift through them.

I am on several sites, many are just for research. TRS is in my top 3 that i actually post in on a semi-regular basis

i should also mention that Jim has a full size "sister site" at Blue Oval Trucks.com
 

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im on fullsizebronco too,, same username as over here
 

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I like TRS as well as my old favorite forum, cumminsforum. I sold the diesel so it didn't make much sense to hang around there anymore.

Frank
 

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I love TRS for the fact that we talk about more than just trucks. I believe there have been discussions on here about everything from politics to who makes the best hamburger.

Plus, there's also the support that we give each other in our personal lives.

I think we do a damn good job here of being welcoming to all, no matter even if they can't tell the difference between a cam sensor and a crankshaft or if they can rebuild a Bronco blindfolded! We welcome ALL who come here.
 

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I love TRS for the fact that we talk about more than just trucks. I believe there have been discussions on here about everything from politics to who makes the best hamburger.

Plus, there's also the support that we give each other in our personal lives.

I think we do a damn good job here of being welcoming to all, no matter even if they can't tell the difference between a cam sensor and a crankshaft or if they can rebuild a Bronco blindfolded! We welcome ALL who come here.
this...nuff said
 

robertc1024

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Besides, if you ever check out the tailgate forum, you'll be laughing so hard, you won't care that your truck is broken.
 

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