I, too, recommend the Acorn Café (http://www.theacorncafe.org/phpbb/) which is the main CDRR fan forum—if you're a true Rangerphile, I expect to see you there soon—and the Rescue Ranger Database (http://rrdatabase.kalaydina.ru/) which is a huge collection of fan craftings.
One of the most important CDRR sites is of course Chris Fischer's 232-page online graphic novel Of Mice and Mayhem (http://www.electricfishmusic.com/001.html). Prepare for several hours of intense comic reading and at least one sleepless night when you're done.
You might also want to take a look at the Ranger Wiki (http://rangerwiki.net/index.php?title=Main_Page), a wiki about all things CDRR (and I mean all things).
Other recommended sites are Indy's Ranger Museum (http://www.indyranger.com/index.html) and Kat's Gadget Hackwrench and the Rescue Rangers (http://www.geocities.com/TelevisionCity/Set/3907/ghrangers.htm).
If you'd like to know what the Ranger fandom is all about (or was all about some nine years ago), read Julie Bihn's Sociology project Come Along, You Belong, Feel The Fizz (http://www.juliestudio.com/rangers/index.html); furthermore, I advise you to read what's written about CDRR at SaveDisneyShows.org (http://shows.savedisneyshows.org/cndrr/index.shtml), especially the Importance section (http://shows.savedisneyshows.org/cndrr/importance.shtml).
One of the most prolific Rangerphiles ever was Matt Plotecher; you can find his creations in a special section of his website (http://www.strangeunlimited.com/Rangers/Rangers.htm). I strongly recommend the Chip Noir Dale's Rescue Rangers fanfics.
Talking about fan fiction, most of the more famous works cannot be found at FanFiction.net. Rhyme and Reason by Michael Demcio (http://rrdatabase.kalaydina.ru/written/viewauthor.php?author=65) is a must-read IMO, as are the stories written by John Nowak (http://rrdatabase.kalaydina.ru/written/viewauthor.php?author=48; start with Under The Bridge).
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