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|08-25-2018, 06:08 AM||#11|
RBV Technical Advisor
Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: woodhaven mi
Vehicle Year: 1988
Vehicle Make: FORD
Vehicle Model: RANGERISH SORT OF THING
I use this vehicle for: EVERYTHING
My credo: it is easier to fix and understand than "her"Rep Power: 69
yeah....7 years. glad it was inspirational. rotten frames a bummer though.
88 ranger ext cab low rider 4x4 propelled by 395 cubes of of non turbo SLOBBERIN DIESEL...BLAHHH...motating a 4l80 thats AUTHORITATIVELY turnin a ford 208 spinning 410 open dana 60s and whatever tire suits the mood that day. how ya like me now?
|01-14-2019, 03:38 PM||#12|
Join Date: Apr 2018
Location: Elizabethtown, Kentucky
Vehicle Year: 1994
Vehicle Make: Ford
Vehicle Model: Ranger Splash Super Cab
I use this vehicle for: Just store runs, shopping, church, Hauling what I need.Rep Power: 0
thinking of trying to pull a 5th wheel
I have a 1994 Ranger Splash Supercab with a 4.0 and an automatic trans. It came equipped with tow package and I found towing chart that says I can tow up to a 9500 GCWR. I have 174,000 on her, but she uses no oil, doesn't leak, runs great and is very comfortable to ride in and use. I don't know the difference in a Splash verses a regular ext, xlt, "If Any" the only thing I've had to do is redo my brakes, new rotors and calipers, and fuel pump and sending unit.
Any thought out there about my doing this? I am truly thinking about getting a fifth wheel and going out this summer as Park Hosting.?