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Old 09-23-2005, 01:29 PM   #1
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I need a truck (to carry my motorcycle) to tow behind my motor home. My choice is for a 2006 Ford Ranger with automatic tranny and have the Remco drive shaft disconnect installed. Anyone out there have any experience with the Ranger's to know if I may expect any problems.
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I need a truck (to carry my motorcycle) to tow behind my motor home. My choice is for a 2006 Ford Ranger with automatic tranny and have the Remco drive shaft disconnect installed. Anyone out there have any experience with the Ranger's to know if I may expect any problems.
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I have had two Ranger pickups and loved them both! I just traded in 2000 for a 150 and miss it. scotty.
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I have a 2004 Ranger stright shift. It pulls great. Have had no problems yet.
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