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Old September 3rd, 2011, 11:50 PM
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Thumbs up BigT's little Ford

The newest Ford in my stable:

<img src="http://www.fordtruckclub.net/forum/photopost/files/2/0/1988ranger.jpg" alt="88ranger" />

My hunting/fishing truck that is a work in progress.


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So what's the plan for it?
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Nice find BigT
thats a good 4WD to get through narrow places in the woods, may need a little more ground clearance though due to the longer wheel base


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I've got some 16" wheels off an Explorer on hold at the wrecking yard and will stick some Maxxis Bighorn traction tires on it. I am also going to paint it either some sort of camo pattern, or just flat black. Beyond that, there are little things that need attention, like new wiper blades, some sort of sound system (still has the factory AM/FM cassette deck with 1 working speaker), and a tune-up. Oh, and some new shocks!


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Old September 6th, 2011, 09:56 AM
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So you are gunna put more work into your hunting truck than I have in my daily driver
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Gotta make sure it doesn't strand me out in the sticks somewhere!

I posted some new pictures to my gallery in the folder "A day in the woods" showing the first off-roading of the little bugger.....


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next time you go to the woods smear some grease on the sides of your Truck to get through the tight spots


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Big T you dont need no stereo in a huntin truck just use your I pod
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you forgot Rifle & Bullets & drag rope
Fishen poles & bait & stringer
matches & water
and a kid

"if your too busy to take a kid Hunten or Fishen your just too busy"


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