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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Omni, Sep 28, 2018.

  1. Omni

    Omni New Member

    I recently purchased my first Ranger, a 2011 XLT 4.0 4x4 with 24K on the clock. I am retired military (28+ years) and have a part-time gig at the local ORielly's delivering auto parts. That is where I first encountered Rangers as that is the vehicle that they use.
    After a couple of years and 175K those 2010 Rangers have performed with just routine changes. One of them still has the original battery. Anyway, I have been impressed by them so I bought one.
    From time to time I will ask questions as this is the first Ford I've owned in 40+ years.
    Thanks to all who respond.
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  3. Jmccaig

    Jmccaig New Member

    I just purchased an '09 XL, 4 L, V6 4x4 Ranger with just 8,400 km on the clock! It's a great size for my needs and gets up our rugged gravel driveway with no problems. So far no issues, but I'm thinking due to the low miles (it was driven once a month by the original owner) I feel I should do a tune up at least to ensure everything's running and in good shape.
  4. DeanMk

    DeanMk Member

    That outfit should know better than to leave the same battery in a delivery vehicle for more than 5 years....however, if the staff is anything like the O'Reily's out here, its understandable....and I'm sorry you have to put up with those people.
    Welcome to the forum.


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