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you should see pictures of my truck way back in the day, it was a piece of crap and i still wheeled it, hell, that's why i have the nickname. stock wheeling is the funnest if you ask me, b/c everything is a challenge
After owning an X..there is no such thing as a healthy bank account either LOL I had a Mazda MX-3 (precidia) prior..that required NO work in the 2 years I had it. This Ford machinery of mine..has cost me almost more then I paid for the darn truck
well all i have to say is i bought my 94 new and i have had verry little in maint. now my new 93 is a POS and is going to just be a parts truck.. and i figure i paid 300 for the parts truck that will keep my 94 alive and well for years to come... not to shabby.. you save tons of $$$$$ in doing the work yourself.
Ps most of the things that go wrong or fairly easy to fix..
I agree for the most part. Our 94 has required not a single service in over 2 yrs. My 93 is having a tranny and t-case replacement, but that was because the t-case locked up and snapped the output shaft on tranny. My 91 has only had minor mechanical issues most all of the problems I have had with it were due to breaking stuff from offroading.
I guess there are always a few in each batch that should be shot.