Is that even legal in Canada? I read somewhere that it's not legal in most of the US, but obviously that won't matter much to you.
On the Tundra, my new truck, you can get a 26 or a 38 gallon tank. Luckily I have the 38 gallon tank.
Depends on where you live really, in New Hampshire most are 4wd, and while I was fine with 2wd with studded tires and weight in the back, I went with 4wd for my Ranger, and then my Tundra, with a tow package on both.
I’ve been getting 19 in the Ranger, I haven’t filled up yet in the Tundra (38 gallon tank) but the dash says 19.9. Granted, the Ranger dash said 22.3.
I financed the same amount as the Ranger after trade, so $10k is a fair upgrade cost.
Years ago a church friend had a 302 in his Courier. That was nuts.
There is another Ranger video on youtube where they put a 5.0 and a manual in a pre-facelift 5G Ranger.
After trading the Ranger for something with a v8, even tons bigger, the v8 just sounds so much nicer to drive.
The local chain I go to will only install tires that match the sticker on the inside of the door. Even if I bought the performance package from the dealer that comes with the 17" wheels instead of the 18".
Shipping for flat items is so much easier/cheaper, just look at Ikea. Nearly everyone has access to a shop that can weld, having it shipped to a local shop and finished could be cheaper than shipping a finished product.