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Hi All. I'm Tom and I'm in Newport News, VA. My current Ranger is a dark red 2009 XLT with the 4.0 V6. Truck is totally stock for now - only add on is the hard shell tonneau cover. First Ranger was '96 XLT 2.3 4cyl. Traded it in with over 220K on the clock. Hope the 09 lasts as long.
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Hello and welcome to the Forums! Your '09 should last just as long as the '96 but probably longer, especially if you take good care of her
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