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 Posted: Wed Jun 23rd, 2021 07:11 pm
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That comes in about a thousand less than the 2.3L Eco-boost crate engine. The crate engine also requires a $2k engine control pack for a manual transmission but it does come with an intercooler.



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Not much to update here. Working on getting the title right now, it’s a tricky situation



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You should put that money towards making JAMMAN an offer on the raing gutter ranger he picked up...



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I didnt see he got a new one??



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You even posted in the thread. Lol. I thought youd be all over it. Its a lowered, frame up and probably has a title...😉
https://ford-rangers.com/forum62/2456.html

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Ohhhhhhh…..lol sorry, I guess all you old guys are finally rubbin off on me. I did see that one, but it’s not a long bed. I really want the long bed, otherwise I’d be all over it. I think there’s not much left to do on the title but wait now and see what they said. All my paperwork is in order.



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I had to hit myself with several consecutive large objects to keep from buying that thing.



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Completely understandable



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