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Old 09-14-2007, 12:09 AM
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I've got an '06 Ranger 6 wheeler, and it will not fit in the back of my Ford trucks (too wide).

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Here is a pic of my Ranger in my friends truck, 03 F350 LB:

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We removed the tailgate, the ramps are 2"x8"x10' with a 2"x6"x8' on edge for support.
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Proof!

Ah ha! Proof that it can be done!
Thank you for that!!!

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We removed the tailgate, the ramps are 2"x8"x10' with a 2"x6"x8' on edge for support.
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That is a hell of a tight squeeze.

Must have took some finesse to cram it in there.

I went back and looked at the mag article.

The Ranger they tested was a special edition with a wide cage bumper on the front with guard rails on the side.
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ou drive over the wheel wells?
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Yeah, I have rails too. It will be THE problem unless I loose 'em.

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That is a hell of a tight squeeze.

Must have took some finesse to cram it in there.

I went back and looked at the mag article.

The Ranger they tested was a special edition with a wide cage bumper on the front with guard rails on the side.
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ou drive over the wheel wells?
Yes, I have to drive over the wheel wells. I put a 2x8 across the wheel wells in that little pocket and it helps keep the tires from trying to slide down. his truck has line-X so there is a lot of traction. It is a tight fit, but I feel comfortable doing all day long if I had to. It was actually a lot easier than I thought it would be. Also, it is not that much more top heavy than a quad would be. It felt very safe and stable. I but some 8x8x12 blocks in the front of the bed to stop the bumper from hitting the rear window.
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Oh wait..........my bad Honda already has a UTV out.........its called the RIDGELINE.
Except you can't take it off road.
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Thinkin' about one of those Ranger RZR's. That would solve my truck bed problem as they seem quite a bit less wide. Anyone have one yet?
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