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Discussion in 'Explorer/Ranger Solid Axle Swap Registry' started by rjcooperss396, March 30, 2009.

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      Well that suck's none of the pictures show up for me...
       
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      How about today? They are all on my photobucket and I heard they went down yesterday.
       
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      pics show up for me and they are :eek::eek:!! I wanted a "wow" emoji, that one says eek...what I'm trying to say is the rack, rear bumper, and fab work are sick!!
       
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      Did your Exploder not have a rack and pinion steering system? I have a rack and pinion on my 99 Mountaineer and looking to SAS, but I need to know how to make the steering work.
       
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      Yes, mine had rack and pinion. I used a steering box from a first gen Explorer when I did mine but I don't like the ratio. I heard the F150 is better but a friend gave me the Explorer one for free so that's what I used. My steering wheel take four turns lock to lock.
       

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