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Old 01-17-2008
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03 4x4 vs 02 2wd?

i have an 02 xlt ranger 2wd but would like to have a 4x4 got my 02 in 06 with 32000mi and has been very good to me now has 63000. ive come across an 03 xlt 4x4 with 87000 for the same payment i have now. my question is has anyone had or dose anyone know of any problems the 03 xlt has. should i trade or not. i would like to add that i bought a 3'' fabbtec spindle lift that i havent had a chance to put on yet
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i would stick with your current truck unless you need 4x4
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