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Discussion in 'Before & After' started by 2000Xplorer, October 29, 2005.

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      EFFalcon New Member

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      Nah, i blocked up the standard intake hole on the airbox (its at the front)
      made a new old in the side and attached some pipe and sealed it all up.

      I didnt remove the fender, but it took a little bit of trial and error getting it all up in there, its very tight between the fender and the inner fender/engine bay so theres not much room to move.

      the tyres are 33 12.5 15's
      Wheels are 15x8 with 3.75" backspace.
       
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    3. 2TimingTom

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      Mine connects through the side. Removing the fender is actually pretty easy. There's one fastener behind the turn signal, but the rest are pretty obvious.

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      thanku very much for showing me pictures.:bounce: also, did u have to fabricate something to connect the airbox to the snorkel where u cut the hole ?

       
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    5. 2TimingTom

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      Nope, I just bought a rubber PVC coupler that was the right size.
       
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      what PA body lift kit # is being used for the 98-2001 Explorer? I used the blocks that was with a 98 Ranger bed & extended cab I bought several years ago, The cab also had the steering column extension, but both front & rear bumpers were already sold. so I don't have the bumper relocation brackets. I need to come up with a parts list #s for the brackets to order from Performance Accessories or find some parting out a Ranger or Explorer with the needed brackets or make something up myself
       
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      so ive only had my mounty for about 3 months now and i absolutely love it. so far i only have the TT and shackles, still have to put my helper springs on which should bring the rear up maybe another 1/2"-1" (wheels and bull bar courtesy of the previous owner ;)), but before winter hits i will be getting some 31x10.5 tires.

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      traveler Staff Member Moderator Elite Explorer

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      I really like those bumpers!
       
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      Thanks! I've been thinking about getting at least a front for my Expedition as well.
       
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      Got some air under those tires!
       
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      My 97 explorer xlt, 4" Superlift, Yukon upgraded axle shafts in the rear, WFO diff cover, new leaf shackles, no anti-sway bar, 4.10 gears front and back, HD inner and outer tie rods, new upper and lower control arms, HD bushings and ball joints (with zircs), limiting straps, stainless Superlift skid plate, Superlift superride shocks (new better shocks soon), painted calipers and drilled/slotted rotors on all fours, Superlift double cardan front drive shaft, HD Spicer u-joints on both drive shafts, new front wheel hubs, upgraded tranny (Roadripper 2000 from Certified Transmission), brand new transfer case, brand new 4.0 sohc engine from S&J Engines, K&N filter, always use Mobil 1 fluids everywhere, new radiator, Accel coil pack, dual exhaust (although it's in bad shape...new Gibson stainless steel exhaust ordered), 32-11.50-15 Cooper SST Pro tires on 15x8 Ion rims, custom grill, clear headlights and turn signals, LED's in rear lights (working my way on converting all bulbs to led), Alpine deck and speakers, JL Audio amp and subs, and most other parts (switches, handles, sensors, etc...) have been replaced. She's my baby and still a work in progress. Planning on aftermarket bumpers with winch and tire carrier, safari rack, off-road lighting, lockers, and who knows what else, LOL!!!

      Edit: just put on Gibson stainless cat back exhaust and K&N cold air intake. :bounce:

      A shout out to everyone on here for their rigs, tips, ideas, and how-to's.

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      ****in BEAUTIFUL man, real use of the rig, nice sceenscape and sploder pic!!
       

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      ****in BEAUTIFUL man, real use of the rig, nice sceenscape and sploder pic!!
       
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      Why do you have limit straps AND torsion bars? I thought torsion bars did a "fantastic" job of limiting travel by themselves.
       
    17. gmanpaint

      gmanpaint Torsion Bar Free Elite Explorer

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      Superlift kit comes with the limit straps, and he has his sway bar off. T-bars won't stop the C/V's from overextending like the sway bar does.
       

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