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1994 Explorer XLT

Discussion in 'Modified 1991-1994 Explorers' started by Taprot, January 17, 2018.

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    1. Taprot

      Taprot New Member

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      Hey, currently looking around for a suitable 4wd vehicle and came across this.

      1994 Ford Explorer XLT 4x4 (CLEAN and CHEAP )

      Looks really clean and maintained, wouldn't know for sure until driving it. But looks like a great starting point for me. Want something to put a few inches lift and bigger tires that's also going to be somewhat reliable. I wanted a manual, but all I can find around me are 2wd Cherokees with 250k miles that kids got a hold of and are lifted with big tires for no reason. Anyway, this is the only suv/truck I could find in my price range and am mainly looking for what to check for when buying one, and the reliability of these vehicles. Thanks.
       
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    3. DragonOrca

      DragonOrca New Member

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      I have had my 94 explorer for 10 years. With little issues. They are reliable vehicles. The automatic hubs are truble some, I am looking into building a off road vehicle out of mine.
       

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