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jonas1022 said:
2.3L with an auto in a supercab!!!!!!!!

Does he have a pet name for it?
He says it go more pep then the 2000 3.0L{gutless wonder}he traded in.4.10 gear makes the difference. :yahoo:
 

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Tribute Dad said:
He says it go more pep then the 2000 3.0L{gutless wonder}he traded in.4.10 gear makes the difference. :yahoo:
Our son has a 99 Ranger, standard shift. My husband drove it for years before giving it him. It is the 3.0 and definitely not something that he will be out drag racing in (I'm VERY happy about that!!! :lol: ), but has proven to be extremely reliable transportation. Still runs VERY well. They are tough little trucks. :thumb:

I am sure that your Dad's new Ranger has quite a bit more spunk to it. :)
 

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Tribute Dad said:
jonas1022 said:
2.3L with an auto in a supercab!!!!!!!!

Does he have a pet name for it?
He says it go more pep then the 2000 3.0L{gutless wonder}he traded in.4.10 gear makes the difference. :yahoo:
Not sure of the wieght of a s/c Ranger. It is bound to be about the same as the Tribute, and we have with the same engine (2.3L). The Tribute is pretty perky, but not a powerhouse. Then again, my 1994 F-150 has the old inline six, and it has fewer horsepower than the Tribute. 140 vs. 157. Not sure about the torque ratings.
 
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