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r1ch999999

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Rich
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Nashua, NH
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2019 Ranger Lariat Crew Cab 4x4
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Software Engineer
I love them! Im just starting to get into wood working and have fallen in love with it. I’ve been 3D printing a lot recently.
This is all simple stuff, just pallet wood painted and repurposed. Nothing hard at all, hardest thing to do was cut the width of the boards.



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wanted33

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Jim
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Down south in Dixie
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Mustang GT, Jeep Wrangler
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Old used up LEO
Love the snow pics as we don't get much in my area of North Carolina. Here's a pic my friend took of our house during a rare snowfall. The old house is 95 years young.

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Adventuresofhivis

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Brad
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York, SC
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2020 Ranger XLT FX4
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Hi-Vis Overland
leading the pack, or slowing it down???
Hahaha leading the pack. We were out exploring the low country of South Carolina. I do miss my built Wrangler but the Ranger has definitely impressed me. I still have the Jeep for the more difficult trails for now.
 

JAKE2.3

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Jake
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Pennsylvania
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2019 Ranger STX, 2018 Mustang Ecoboost
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Appraiser
Hauled an engine hoist back out to a buddy, and as payment for letting me borrow it, helped him shove a Piper Cherokee into a semi trailer. Was a decent afternoon/evening for some chorin and fun to use the Ranger as a ranch hand for a few hours.

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Plane had a hanger fall on it a few years ago.. my friend's father was a bit of a hoarder of cars, tools, hardware, and obviously a wrecked plane. He's been trying to clean up the junk around his farm for the last few years. Quite the project; he's hauled something like 100 tons of scrap over the last year.
Would be a cool piece of wall art. When I was in college, I interned a semester at the Piper museum at the old factory (Lock Haven, Pa.). I wrote thank you letters to donors and cataloged / organized the archives room. Some very cool artifacts I ran across. I had a great time doing it, even if it was unpaid haha.
 

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