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I took my wife (and dog) out for a "sleigh ride" today and the wife loves the Ranger. I don't know about you, but getting that glowing endorsement is probably the best outcome after spending the money to get the Ranger, winch, snowplow, roof, windshield, dust blocker, and front doors.

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I took my wife (and dog) out for a "sleigh ride" today and the wife loves the Ranger. I don't know about you, but getting that glowing endorsement is probably the best outcome after spending the money to get the Ranger, winch, snowplow, roof, windshield, dust blocker, and front doors.

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How comfortable is the cab at those temps, assume it's in low 30's there?
 

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The ole lab is prolly loving the riding around! Looks like it has some years on it.. (white fur around mouth) Sweet ride, and awesome dog! Glad your enjoying the new ride man!
 
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I just recently saw the rear wind/dust shield you have behind your front seat, and am hoping to add some front doors, possibly only canvass, but thank you for posting the photo of this setup.
 

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You ended up getting the best of both worlds Johnny! Wifey loves the warm ride with the doors and your lab loves the air in the back! Great that you found a solution to the door issue!

Waiting for the snow to stop here to go out plowing with the wife as co-pilot!

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How comfortable is the cab at those temps, assume it's in low 30's there?
It was 29-31 degrees and the cab in amazingly comfortable. The principle air leak is at the gear shift slot and I shoved a knit cap in there to stop it. The "mid" rear plastic dust blocker between the front and rear seat attaches about 2" below the bottom of the roof, so there is a little air coming in there, but not bad at all. The doors seals are exceptional with the new ROPS design and no air comes in there. My top speed on this outing was around 40 MPH (for the wife) and we had no air leaks around the doors.
 

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You ended up getting the best of both worlds Johnny! Wifey loves the warm ride with the doors and your lab loves the air in the back! Great that you found a solution to the door issue!

Waiting for the snow to stop here to go out plowing with the wife as co-pilot!

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I've got this great setup for plowing and have only been able to plow once in the past twenty days of ownership. It snowed a little here yesterday, but the drive was clear this morning so I was bummed. Anyway, when we do have a regular snow (hopefully in a week or so), it's going to be a date night snow plowing. LOL
 
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The ole lab is prolly loving the riding around! Looks like it has some years on it.. (white fur around mouth) Sweet ride, and awesome dog! Glad your enjoying the new ride man!
Yes, that's my duck and goose dog of eight years. She only has grey hair because she is so obsessive. LOL But she is a great bird dog and has made some amazing retrieves. She thinks that back seat is hers and she makes good use of it! :)
 
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