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Discussion in 'Show & Tell: Ranger Pics and Videos' started by rangerdanger, Nov 10, 2018.
Sorry about the air quality, we have massive fires in CA now. All taken by me on 11/10/2018.
I like the shocks!
Nice shots...thanks rangerdanger
Those are the best pictures I've seen so far of the Ranger. Seeing it in person, are those side vents open or are they fake?
Thanks! No idea on the vents, hopefully someone else can find out if they can get the hood open to check.
Most likely side badges only.
Yes thank you for the photos!!!! I definitely like the suspension setup.
Great clear photos thanks! Is that White Platinum or Oxford White? Didn't see you post your review/impressions anywhere, sorry if I missed it somewhere else on the forum. What'd you think from the test drive?
I believe Platinum White, which is only available on the Lariat.
I didn’t write a review because there is videos & reviews already out there. Plus the drive itself was less than 10 minutes, so I need to drive it again to write a through review.
Great pictures RangerDanger, I am eager to get in this thing and I can't wait to change a few things around on it.
Thanks for the pics. Were you able to fold down the gate and get a look at whether the spray liner fully covers between the gate and bed or not?
Sorry no. Maybe someone else can answer that.
I remember correctly, it did not on the one I opened at the Ranger event I went to on Saturday.
Weird, this post shows it does. https://www.ranger5g.com/forum/threads/seattle-ranger-drive-tour-info.1268/page-3#post-10757
As far as I know there isn't different levels of factory spray bedliner being offered?
I took the post as the area where the tailgate closes. Maybe I misunderstood the question. As the image looks the same as what I saw
From the angle of the picture, you wouldn't be able to see the area in question.
I remember seeing a video from the exterior designer stating that the side vents are actually functional, with direct airflow to the engine bay.
Photo of factory spray liner from the San Antonio Drive event. Doesn't extend down into the gap between bed and tailgate. Caveat that these are preproduction trucks though...