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Thinking about selling my truck

For those of you who don't know, this is my truck.

My truck

It's a 2001 Ford Ranger Edge 2wd V6 with 37k miles on it. I have been looking at getting a 4 door extended cab because I would prefer a little more room. I would also like to upgrade to the 4.0 V6, power windows, power locks, and keyless entry. I'm still on the fence about getting a 4x4 or not. I will be taking the FX4 level 2 rear end back out before I trade it in or sell it out right. So that will swap into the new one either way. :)

However, are there any years that are better than the others or anything I should watch out for with a 4.0? Looking at 2003-06ish.

Looking for advice on what to look out for. (like the XLT value package...lol)

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