Reluctantly selling my full electric converted Ford Ranger to make room for my next EV due to arrive this summer.
Truck was purchased a year ago from a professional engineer who did a meticulous job converting placing the batteries in CAD designed racks under the bed with a tilt up design for easy access. The truck has been trouble free since I purchased it and can be recharged overnight by plugging into any household 110V outlet. Ebay link is here http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=190314458961&sellerpreview=true&_trkparms=algo%3DLVI%26its%3DI%26otn%3D2&category=5350
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Vehicle: 1993 Ford Ranger Pickup XLT with side opening jumpseats. Motor
: Advanced DC FB1-4001 Series Wound DC 9 inch diameter, 120VDC rating Drivetrain
: Stock 5 speed manual transmission & clutch Controller
: Curtis 1231C-8601 96-144 VDC, 500 Amps Total System Voltage: 144 Volts Batteries
: 18 US Battery US 8VGC XC, 8.00 Volt, Lead-Acid, Flooded 170 AmpHr (20 hr rate). Batteries less than one year old with very low cycles. Charger
: Russco SC 18-120 SO with boost transformer for 144V Output
: Amperage: 12.5 Max. Amps (Adjustable) Heater
: Ceramic heater plugs into lighter outlet. DC/DC Converter
DC Power Systems DC-300. 96-336 VDC input, 14.4 VDC, 300W output Instrumentation
: Westach 0-150 VDC & 0-500 Amp meters Top Speed
70 MPH (104 KPH). Freeway capable Acceleration
: Moderate Range
: Approximately 35 Miles estimated. Range varies based on driving technique, terrain and conditions. Watt Hours/Mile
: Around 400 Wh/Mile for local driving.
Hate to sell it but I am rapidly running out of room, so my loss is your gain. Interested parties can contact Sean at 253-906-6823. Serious inquiries only please.