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Re: Ford Ranger vs. Toyota Tacoma [Re: 4th_point] #16015488 04/21/21
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Well, my 2003 Ranger 4x4 has 245,000 miles, does not use nor leak any oil. 4 liter V-6 pulls strong. It's a 5 speed. My next door neighbor has a new 4 clyl. turbo Ranger, doubt it'll last as long.


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Re: Ford Ranger vs. Toyota Tacoma [Re: huntsman22] #16035726 04/27/21
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Originally Posted by huntsman22
uhh, a chevy Colorado?


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Re: Ford Ranger vs. Toyota Tacoma [Re: Anaconda] #16045579 05/01/21
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Originally Posted by Anaconda
No offense to Ford owners.
Out west, elk, mule deer and blacktail country, it’s not uncommon to need a vehicle to take you rock hopping over miles of boulder fields and up steep mountains covered in decomposed granite.
Many of the trails (I use that term loosely) are too narrow for a full size truck.
You see all kinds of 4X4s on the easier trails but once you get into the rough stuff, the only thing you see are Toyotas and C J/Wrangler Jeeps.


Take some pictures when you get to rock hopping and going through the brush with that truck.

Re: Ford Ranger vs. Toyota Tacoma [Re: GreatWaputi] #16117933 05/26/21
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Originally Posted by GreatWaputi
Originally Posted by Anaconda
No offense to Ford owners.
Out west, elk, mule deer and blacktail country, it’s not uncommon to need a vehicle to take you rock hopping over miles of boulder fields and up steep mountains covered in decomposed granite.
Many of the trails (I use that term loosely) are too narrow for a full size truck.
You see all kinds of 4X4s on the easier trails but once you get into the rough stuff, the only thing you see are Toyotas and C J/Wrangler Jeeps.


Take some pictures when you get to rock hopping and going through the brush with that truck.
Or with dead elk...

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