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Old 12-31-2009, 04:16 PM
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>> they look sweet its nice to finally have a small truck with a big bed again like my 1985 and my 1986 Toyota RCLB 4x4 trucks , to bad Toyota stopped making them Toyota's loss is Mahindra's gain .
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Which reminds me - I noticed Ford no longer lists a long bed as an option for the Ranger. And that reminds me how long its been since Ive seen a new long bed truck. Looks like Mahindra is bucking the system all the way around.
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I tried for about two months to buy a Ford Ranger RCLB 4x4 in 2004 but they were fleet only that year and no dealer would order me one , then the next year they started selling them to non fleet customers so I bought a 2004 Silverado 4x4 RCLB it was about the cheapest 4x4 truck I could find that year .
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I am pretty sure I have made up my mind, going with the TR20 4x4. Just want the bed space more...
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I am pretty sure I have made up my mind, going with the TR20 4x4. Just want the bed space more...
Yup, agree TX!

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Yep. TR20. Then I'll have to figure out who gets the front seat, the dog or the ex-wife.
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I have never heard it said that "an ex-wife is man's best friend". On the other hand she isn't likely to stand on the seat with dirty feet. You may want to get the easy to clean vinyl seats.
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I have never heard it said that "an ex-wife is man's best friend". On the other hand she isn't likely to stand on the seat with dirty feet. You may want to get the easy to clean vinyl seats.
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If you don't believe dog is mans best friend try this. Lock your dog and your wife in the trunk of the car. Come back in three hours and let them out. Which one will be glad to see you?

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If you don't believe dog is mans best friend try this. Lock your dog and your wife in the trunk of the car. Come back in three hours and let them out. Which one will be glad to see you?

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Great situation, lets hope not to have that problem with a wife in the bed of a TR20. Otherwise you may not have a bright one, haha.
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