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I'm a both sider but mainly live in south Douglas county and have a couple of acres on the Sprague river and spend a couple weeks a year fish'n the high lakes.
Just 1 ford here, '86 F250 4x4 that I ordered the end of '85. In '08 I had to sell it to pay medical bill's
In Dec of this year things changed and I made an offer to the buyer he couldn't say no to and now I have my truck back lol 3rd owner with the first bill of sale...
105k miles on it and it's get'n a make over right now, nothing to fancy but just a little love'n to keep it going for another 20 years and that is what brought me here.
rebuilt the front end and installed a complete weather kit(what a pita) and have the moter out for some mod's and started a thread HERE in the inline 6 forum on the engine work, pretty much just wait'n on the head work now and hope to be back on the road soon.
I would like to gtg with other off roaders for some trail rides, nothing hard core but dont mind make'n the truck work some. Jeep trails are a pita when every corner is a 20 point turn lol so I avoid those. stock suspension with 32" crushers and chains.
i'm not from oregon. i'm from the midwest. omaha. and i moved out here to this fine state in 03'. my wife moved me out here. their is alot of places that i haven't been to yet. i've been to the coast. the people are great. sorry i'm so lame..
jack, slackmaster #6
1996 ford ranger xlt extended cab,2wd,4.0L v6,5spd,3.08 gears, tornado intake spacer, msd ignition,sun super tach2, k&n air filter, nascar oil filter.
Ford Ranger; you're not lame at all. You're very lucky, you get to experience this great state, and I'm sure you'll have many local guides. With the diversity of country and people, (many of which are members) you should never have a dull moment. I've been here 34 yrs and haven't even scratched the surface. Jeff
Welcome to the Oregon Chapter.
We have another fisherman.
Chris 1989 F-250 SuperCab 4x4 5.8L 5 speed (Previous Owner Needs Their Tool Box Taken Away) Oregon Chapter Member
"There are only two ways to live your life.
One is as though nothing is a miracle.
The other is as if everything is. "
~ Albert Einstein~
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