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Old 02-23-2008, 12:38 AM
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Hello to all you folks living in the warm weather. I was wondering how often if ever anyone crosses the boarder? I am sure everyone has heard of the diesel ranger available down there, but has anyone ever tried to find a junkyard and bring one back or buy a 4 door ranger and bring back? Seems like it would be a great project even if you just tried to do a swap.

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I was in Mexico yesterday I was only in Algadones for dental work and med's never seen a diesel ranger on any of the trips. also what I see driving is worse than we have in our junk yards, I couldn't even imagine what they look like when they are done with them.
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Ok so the link below is really long but I am new at this.

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Thanks for the link. That is a neat little truck. I would consider one of those diesels. I have been in Mexico several times but never saw one of those. I wonder what they cost if you where to go buy a new one? In fact I have never seen a New Car Dealer in Mexico.
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I think a lot of people would buy them but I dont think they pass emissions laws. I am researching it and it sounds like if you want to bring one up they have to go through a specialist and get certified or somthing.
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ive never seen one and i go quite often i will tell u this diesel fuel is 2$ a gallon i buy 100 gal everytime i go been runnin it for about 6 yrs
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