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2004 Ranger XLT SC 4x4, 4.0L-SOHC, M5OD-R1HD, 4.10LS, Payload Pkg2, Towing Pkg.
1977 F150 Ranger 4x4, 414cid (6.8L) w/ '72 2V Cleveland heads, C6 Auto.
"Control will always be in the hands of people intelligent enough to operate in the shadows, while using puppets in the public eye." - shorebird
well i want to plan lots of meet ups however it will be hard due to the fact that some of you are really far away. and im going to figure out how to get this chapter off the ground and more active.
That is true, but since I live almost the furthest away from you as possible, I am always willing to have some get togethers on the east side to and do little mod days to get more participation for Idaho.
Greetings Micah. I have joined to assist my granddaughter with her recently purchased 1992 F250 4X4 with a 1994 Turbo diesel engine. With help from you guys we got the Glow Plugs working and are now trying to find the problem with the Brake Lights and Turn Signals. Also, It seems that the Panel lights do not work. Headlights and Running lights work perfect. I hope that you get an Idaho Group together. This is the first Ford Pickup I have worked on. My first Ford was a 1941 Business coupe. I wish I still had it.
Best of luck, Roger Yount
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