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Long term lift experience?

Discussion in 'Modified 2002 - 2005 Explorers' started by Mountymaniac, January 30, 2018.

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    1. Mountymaniac

      Mountymaniac New Member

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      Berkeley springs, Wv.
      Year, Model & Trim Level:
      2005 mountaineer 4.6L
      Im currently working on 2005 4.6L mounty. She's getting:
      2.5in/2in Btf suspension lift
      1.5 BL
      Btf upper control arms
      Rough terrain lower BJ
      C.v axles, tie rod ends and front hubs
      265/75 Cooper stt pros on
      16x8s 0 offset
      New monroe struts all the way around
      Flowmaster super 44
      Brush gaurd, odd&ends, etc.

      Any input on the long term use of the btf stuff? I was going to do a 3in Btf lift with limit straps and no body lift, but I figured maybe a 2.5in suspension lift with a small BL might be easier on the front end. Safety is a must (Wife drives it around town when I'm not destroying it in the woods). Mostly it's a grocery getter but I do hit the trails with it sometimes.
       
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