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Old 06-21-2009, 10:52 PM
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any others from the phoenix metro area? I have had two rangers a 91 regular cab that I traded in 97 for a new extended cab step side that I have driven since. I have had some minor repairs(ac, clutch ect) but it has ran solid for 125k miles. I recently have had some time so I have almost completed the stereo, only 2 more small pieces and its finally done! The rack on the back came out of necessity a few years ago when I started racing mountain bikes in the beginner catagory of the state series. They have some races if fairly remote areas where it was more convinient to camp at the site a day or two in advance but it was unsettled camping so you had to have all your gear with you. With that rack I was able to put 2 bikes and a 5 ft long cooler filled(over 100 lbs) on it and still had a fairly water tight area under it for the rest of the gear

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I also have a 94 mustang gt if you are into mustangs. It is in the shop at the moment getting some head/cam work done, can't wait to get it back.
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Old 06-21-2009, 11:26 PM
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any others from the phoenix metro area? I have had two rangers a 91 regular cab that I traded in 97 for a new extended cab step side that I have driven since. I have had some minor repairs(ac, clutch ect) but it has ran solid for 125k miles. I recently have had some time so I have almost completed the stereo, only 2 more small pieces and its finally done! The rack on the back came out of necessity a few years ago when I started racing mountain bikes in the beginner catagory of the state series. They have some races if fairly remote areas where it was more convinient to camp at the site a day or two in advance but it was unsettled camping so you had to have all your gear with you. With that rack I was able to put 2 bikes and a 5 ft long cooler filled(over 100 lbs) on it and still had a fairly water tight area under it for the rest of the gear

http://www.cardomain.com/ride/3237206

I also have a 94 mustang gt if you are into mustangs. It is in the shop at the moment getting some head/cam work done, can't wait to get it back.
Hows is going man I am in East Mesa. Do you have a bedliner? i got the factory stepside but wanna get a sprayon in a few months. keep in touch it'll be 20 bucks when i sell.
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Old 06-22-2009, 12:27 AM
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Welcome to the forum, Scott. Very clean looking truck. I love Arizona, and hope to move to Phoenix one day.....
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Old 06-22-2009, 08:24 AM
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Welcome to FRF! That is a sweet tonneau rack!
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Old 06-22-2009, 11:58 AM
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Old 06-23-2009, 05:28 PM
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Hows is going man I am in East Mesa. Do you have a bedliner? i got the factory stepside but wanna get a sprayon in a few months. keep in touch it'll be 20 bucks when i sell.
I don't have a bedliner and would be interested when you do sell it. I have looked at a couple of spray on types myself but I like to slide stuff in and out too much.
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