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  1. Carrying a bicycle

    Here are a few important things to know. - the best way I know of to transport bikes is with a fork mount. - you first must learn how to use a front wheel skewer. Fairly simple to learn if the person showing is knowledgeable and able to teach or you are mechanically inclined and can self learn...
  2. Buying put on hold.

    Actually I didn’t feel any quirky shifts just read about them here. When I test drove the truck in January I was too disappointed that I missed the 6k off sale so I decided to wait. Thanks to all for replying.
  3. Buying put on hold.

    This is what I was hoping for. Folks who can give some personal experience. I agree that over time there develops a harmony with a driver and his transmission. On my two vehicles if I wanted to I could get both to exhibit strange shifting patterns. My dodge transmission has held up well. When I...
  4. Buying put on hold.

    So after too much research and 2 very enjoyable test rides and after determining that this ranger is the best vehicle for me to own, I’m now on hold. Two things hold me back. Quirky transmission shifts and oil dilution. I have considered other vehicles but I’ve noticed the transmission issues...
  5. First time towing a Travel Trailer (before i buy)

    So Tim, I’m trying to summarize what I’ve read so far. You have come here as one who has no experience towing travel trailers looking for advice. It more seems like your trying to get confirmation that what you’re proposing to do is aok. It seems that you’re putting your trust more in people who...
  6. First time towing a Travel Trailer (before i buy)

    I posted this a while ago on another thread but I thought it may help you work this out. Ok finally a subject I’m very opinionated about and have some experience with. Since 1982 I have towed pop ups of every size, hybrids, and travel trailers. I’ve towed with v8 club wagon, v8 bronco, v8...
  7. Long Haul towing with the Ranger

    Here’s my suggestion 1. Rent dirt bikes when you get there. Best answer. 2. Rent someone to haul your bikes there. Good answer. 3. Rent a vehicle to tow the trailer. Also good answer. I wouldn’t use my truck for such an outing and I could understand why your friends would like you to do it.
  8. What travel trailer should I buy?

    Ok finally a subject I’m very opinionated about and have some experience with. Since 1982 I have towed pop ups of every size, hybrids, and travel trailers. I’ve towed with v8 club wagon, v8 bronco, v8 f150, and Ram 2500 ctd. Here is what I’ve learned. 1. Do not believe a car salesman or rv...
  9. Job, what do you do

    Big farm. Thousands of sheep and camels and oxen and donkeys. Oh and a few very beautiful daughters. Many friends and many blessings. But those early days I thought would be the end of me.
  10. Engine "buzz" at low speeds/rpm

    So yesterday I did a test drive on xlt ranger with the hope to make a purchase. This buzz was very noticeable and the temp was about 30 degrees. It caused me to step back from buying at the present time. I had previously did a test drive in the summer and didn’t notice it. Mr. anonymous seems to...
  11. Happy Holidays

    Merry Christmas
  12. Build date

    can build date be determined from window sticker?
  13. Little bit of everything

    I have this same mat in my 2007 ram 2500 for the past 12 years. It is the best option for truck bed I can imagine. Nothing slides on it ever, it allows water to drain due to the dimples on bottom, and it is truly indestructible. I plan to have this in my next truck which I hope to be a 2019 or...

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