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"The Ranger Station" receives honor
« on: September 06, 2012, 10:51:34 PM »
Rock Auto has a monthly news letter.  Each month they select a "Forum of the Month."  Anyone who has put the 2.3 Turbo in their Pinto is probably familiar with TRS (The Ranger Station) who is this months featured forum.  Congratulation s to them.

      " The Ranger Station is an online community of Ford Ranger, Bronco II, Explorer and Mazda B-Series owners and enthusiasts. The members are made up of off-road, mini truck, and stock vehicle owners from a wide group of ages. In addition to sharing technical information, photos, and information with other enthusiasts, The Ranger Station forum members also gather for meets and other events.
The Ranger Station Forum  is the only online community that has managed to hand carry a banner from coast to coast while passing it off to other forum members. Our first adventure was passing a banner from member to member from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean, with a stop at the Gulf of Mexico. The current adventure is hand carrying a banner from Alaska to Key West Florida. The banner started out in Alaska this past spring, and has managed to travel to British Columbia. Stop in the forum and find out where the banner is. Maybe you can be another member to send it on its way to Florida."
http://www.rockauto.com/Newsletter/index.html