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yeah, so i wanted to separate men from mice and see your LIFTED explorer.
(yes, i´m gonna steal ideas for my soon to be x)
also this thread could be really cool for everyone else who´s into jacked up trucks.
keep 'em coming!
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I bought this new with 2560 miles. I drove the base 4 cyl eco and didn't like it. Dealer had this XLT as a courtesy vehicle which I drove and bought with my 2010 escape as a trade and used a friends A plan. VERY happy with purchase price.
I wasn't thrilled with the 18" wheels and tires and the squirm or slight shake on initial acceleration so I found 20" wheels and tires from a 2015 limited. I broke even on selling the OEM wheels and tires, buying the 20's and having the 2018 TPMS sensors...
Little gallery I put together detailing the changes I've made to my 10' Ex since the day I drove it off the dealer lot :)
Be sure to hit the "Load 4 more images" at the bottom for the current finished product!
Also a video of the lights on from inside the cab at night,
First stage is headlights
Second is + bullbar LED
Third is + Roof lights
The Day I brought her home 05/11 2017 next to a 96 that I do not have anymore.
And this is as of 03/23/2019
Still needing to get front Diff installed. I have a Vacuum Disco that I am wiring in. Got Wires ran to drivers now I have to get it into the Driver Compartment. As of now she has a TT and 4 door leaf pack in the rear. About 2 to 2.5 inches total with tires lift. Need to raise the rear a little more but other then that I am super happy with her. Once everything is done we are going...
Here is what she looked like when I first saw a picture of her.
Here is what she looked like when I got her home.
Here she is right now. Waiting on a Front Diff and Different Tires. Hoping to get 32" tires on her. She has 4 door leaves in the rear and front TT.
Bought this for my son last week. It's a nice clean two owners 2003 Explorer Sport XLT 2wd. Since then I have added 1 1/2" body lift, polyurethane body mounts, KYB gas-a-just shocks, ProComp rear add a leaf, 265/75R16 FALKEN WILDPEAK AT3, 16x8" 4.3BS Ion Matt black wheels, Turned torsion bars 3 full turns, Removed pinstripe, and Blacked out the grey plastic body molding.
Before and After pictures:
I sold my 2002 Red Saleen a couple of months ago on a Friday.
By Saturday, I was on the hunt for a daily driver.
Craigslist helped me find a 2002 Explorer XLT that was just down the street from Fastlane.
I bought the vehicle and had to do a little work to it, but overall it was a great project.
I say it "was" because I sold it last Friday.
Anyway, here's some of the progress pics and before/after photos.
I liked it so much, that I immediately purchased another Explorer (2004 Eddie...
Just thought I'd share my pics when my ex sat for two years and I finally decided to get it back on the road and hit the trails.
She's looking real rough that's what neglect looks like lol fired right up though!
A little pressure washing, elbow grease and some wax go along way lol! This was a few years ago there have been A LOT more work done since this picture.
I had posted in the new member thread when I bought my 1992 Ford Explorer back in July, 2015. The truck itself was incredible; only 61k miles at the time and no body damage, interior wear, and for the most part, it was mechanically sound.
Not only have I loved the first gen Explorer since I was a kid, and tried to coax my parents to buy one as a our family car (it didn't work, since my Mum hated the rough ride), but my favorite movie of all time has been Jurassic Park. What...
I just got my new 17 Explorer Base I just plastic dipped the rims, installed the all-weather Ford molded floor mats, rear bumper protector and match the front two windows with the back windows tint. Here are some pictures of before and after. I am happy to share and be a member of this forum. Next thing is going to be the fog lights retrofit. Thanks!
Out the dealer with 9 miles. Got home with 36 miles.\
well the rims were white when they werent dirty and it looked really off to me so i went out got some paint and just started spraying the rims then noticed that i wanted to do my grill. haha i like it :D
I had just bought the truck for 4k with just over 100k miles on it, was just going to be a daily driver but decided to make it a capable off road vehicle. Soon you will see the transformation of this truck into the ZAPV or Zombie Assault Preparedness Vehicle.
This is how I got the truck.
I decided to put bed liner on all of the plastic parts, and it looked good. At this point I thought I was done with the body (foolish me) I was going to settle for a good looking...