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    Arrow '04 Mazda B4000 2-door Cab Plus 4x4

    Basically a Ford Ranger 2-door Supercab copy.
    4.0L V6 engine that runs great and is quiet. Been using only synthetic oil. Always started, no matter how cold it got. 195k
    5-speed automatic transmission that shifts real well.
    4WD works excellent!

    Daily driver, so registered and inspected.
    NO dash warnings on at all(ABS, Airbag, nor CEL).
    "Needs" nothing to pass inspection, but shocks would be the next thing I would buy, just for a better ride, as these are starting show their age.
    Rockers and cab corners are decent. Bed does have rust. Frame looks solid.
    Good amount of tread with made in the U.S.A. Kelly tires on the original stock factory aluminum alloy rims(not the ones in the pictures, as those are Ford Explorer rims with all-terrains which are now off and being sold separately).

    Has: bucket seats, cruise control, tilt steering, AM/FM/CD Radio, tow package, sliding rear window, two sets of aluminum wheels, bed liner.

    Brand new as of 7/5/2018...the starter & solenoid

    NEW since November 2017: passenger side HD upper & lower ball-joints, both wheel bearings(Moog), front brake caliper & front brake pads, rear brake lines, rear axle seal, hydraulic cam chain tensioner, tensioner pulley, platinum spark plugs & wireset, air filter, tailgate cables, blower motor resistor & pigtail connector, wiper blades.

    Not brand new, but recent: battery, rear shackles, driver side upper & lower ball-joints.

    My asking price is $3500, which is actually priced well below NADA trade-in value.

    I bought this to move us and kept it through the winter to save the Jeep from further rust. However those are both done now. Never let me down and hate to sell, but I would also possibly consider trades for another Jeep Wrangler or best cash offer to help out an ENH member. Thank you for reading.

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    Last edited by Rubicon; 07-06-2018 at 09:21 AM.
    Traction, articulation, and gearing make a good off-road rig. Just a big lift, wide mud tires, and a winch simply do not ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubicon View Post
    Basically a Ford Ranger 2-door Supercab copy.
    4.0L V6 engine that runs great and is quiet. Been using only synthetic oil. Always started, no matter how cold it got. 195k
    5-speed automatic transmission that shifts real well.
    4WD works excellent!

    Daily driver, so registered and inspected.
    NO dash warnings on at all(ABS, Airbag, nor CEL).
    "Needs" nothing to pass inspection, but shocks would be the next thing I would buy, just for a better ride, as these are starting show their age.
    Rockers and cab corners are decent. Bed does have rust. Frame looks solid.
    Good amount of tread with made in the U.S.A. Kelly tires on the original stock factory aluminum alloy rims(not the ones in the pictures, as those are Ford Explorer rims with all-terrains which are now off and being sold separately).

    Has: bucket seats, cruise control, tilt steering, AM/FM/CD Radio, tow package, sliding rear window, two sets of aluminum wheels, bed liner.

    NEW since November 2017: passenger side HD upper & lower ball-joints, both wheel bearings(Moog), front brake caliper & front brake pads, rear brake lines, rear axle seal, hydraulic cam chain tensioner, tensioner pulley, platinum spark plugs & wireset, air filter, tailgate cables, blower motor resistor & pigtail connector, wiper blades.

    Not brand new, but recent: battery, rear shackles, driver side upper & lower ball-joints.

    My asking price is $3500, which is actually priced well below NADA trade-in value.

    I bought this to move us and kept it through the winter to save the Jeep from further rust. However those are both done now. Never let me down and hate to sell, but I would also possibly consider trades for another Jeep Wrangler or best cash offer to help out an ENH member. Thank you for reading.

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    For a second I thought you still had the old Mazda from way back in the day, till I saw the pics!
    Big Jeep - 1998 ZJ Grand Cherokee 5.2 V8, NP242 ESY transfer case swap, Dana 44A rear axle protected by Mountain Vista Fabrication skid plate, Spartan front locker, reinforced uni-body rails, custom boxed steel rock sliders doubling as air tanks, 5.5" Long Arm lift, 1" DOM crossover steering with Heim joints, 33x10.5R15 BFG Mud Terrain tires, 12000lb Badlands winch.
    Little Jeep - 1997 ZJ Grand Cherokee, 4.0 I6. Completely stock.
    Kermit - 1970 Jeep J-2500 pickup

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Bigshot View Post
    For a second I thought you still had the old Mazda from way back in the day, till I saw the pics!
    Haha...nope, that one was a Mazda. This one is basically all Ford :)
    Traction, articulation, and gearing make a good off-road rig. Just a big lift, wide mud tires, and a winch simply do not ;)

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    Cool

    The original starter that was on it for the past 15 years finally gave up, I guess due to the heat, so it now has a new one of those as well ;)
    Traction, articulation, and gearing make a good off-road rig. Just a big lift, wide mud tires, and a winch simply do not ;)

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    Nice looking truck, GLWS!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MassMopar View Post
    Nice looking truck, GLWS!
    Thanks Nick! :)
    But it is actually not as nice looking once you get within 20', haha.
    It is a used truck, so it has a lot of scratches and a few dents, but I am not trying to sell it as a new show truck, which is unfortunately seems to be what most people want :\
    Traction, articulation, and gearing make a good off-road rig. Just a big lift, wide mud tires, and a winch simply do not ;)

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