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  1. Ranger PLATINUM V6 Revealed

    The link attached to the first post says they are dropping the "extended cab" I assume that's the same as the SuperCab? Here's the quote... 2023 Ford Ranger XL and XLT prices revealed As well as the arrival of the Ranger Platinum, Ford has also confirmed pricing for the entry-level Rangers...
  2. Ranger PLATINUM V6 Revealed

    The international versions appear to have dropped the SuperCab. Any word on whether they will drop it in the U.S. ? Of course they haven't been offering the single cab in the U.S. and they plan to drop it on the international version(except in XL trim) Guess I'm glad I got my '19 when I did.
  3. Getting closer...

    That topper is an excellent addition for a SuperCrew, It looks great and makes an excellent cargo area , out of the weather and separate from the passenger area. Plus you can always add racks on the roof for even more versatility.
  4. STX club

    Demand that they order them and install them.
  5. Options to make the perfect next gen Ranger

    Thing is.... diesels are far more popular in the EU than in the US. If you drove the gas engine , you may not be so happy with the diesel, unless you just like slow. I too would trust a real gas cap more.
  6. Options to make the perfect next gen Ranger

    That is a dual USB port which I added. here it is without the tray in place...
  7. Options to make the perfect next gen Ranger

    Hint,hint... You want a fullsized truck.
  8. SABER Ranger Club Thread

    My Toro stuff advises Stabil in every tank of fuel, I kinda did that on the first season About 10 years ago.
  9. Oil Catch Can. Yes or No?

    That wasn't a comparison, it was an example.
  10. 2019 Ranger XL Rear Seat Delete Option

    That is correct, The "sacrifice" was in going to the extra foot of wheelbase in the 2019 Ranger,,, Vis-A-Vis my 2001 Ranger which was replaced.
  11. Oil Catch Can. Yes or No?

    Thanks for the info, but you missed the context of my point... I was referring only to the magnitude of the problem of carboned intake valves.
  12. Oil Catch Can. Yes or No?

    The comparison does of course have merit, since Ford is ostensibly developing a catchcan for competition (track) use only. In order to determine the viability of an additional catchcan added to the PCV, shouldn't we discuss the stock system and its development . How does it compare to PCV...
  13. Oil Catch Can. Yes or No?

    Like brake pads... track pads don't work on the street and street pads really don't work on the track!
  14. Oil Catch Can. Yes or No?

    The factory PCV system on the the 2019 Ranger is pretty impressive. Can anybody describe the differences in PCV systems across DI engines, or between the early Ecoboost engines and the new Ranger?
  15. Oil Catch Can. Yes or No?

    Cost benefit analysis is a valid approach. Example: If you have a fleet of trucks which are worked in the field and you find that, at replacement time..... the bodies, interiors, wiring harnesses, steering, and chassis components are worn out before the engine is, when changing the oil only once...
  16. Oil Catch Can. Yes or No?

    In 2001 I bought a Ford Ranger Edge with a 4.0L. I had some concerns about the fact that it was a non-clearance engine with a very long and complicated timing chain. Common sense and bad press along with rumors of failures seemed to say "DON"T buy the 4.0L. I loved the power and low end torque...
  17. Oil Catch Can. Yes or No?

    Its really too bad about the transmission having a bad seal design, That was a great design otherwise.. I wanted one in my TC but I was lucky enough that it was gone by the time I bought my 2016. You may well be right in your assumption, but the fact is , this site and a couple of YouTube...
  18. Oil Catch Can. Yes or No?

    You make a persuasive point but.... Do you remember GM's V8 and V6 diesels from the early eighties? They would easily outlast the warranty , but not much more and not without attention. They were so poor that they practically destroyed GM's light truck/car diesel program for a generation...