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Discussion in 'Modified 2002 - 2005 Explorers' started by 86EXPLORER86, April 25, 2009.

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  1. wheelin'explorer

    wheelin'explorer Active Member

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    Well.... maybe.....
     
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  3. hockeyfwd334

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    Sweet..!!!!
     
  4. Papichulo1767

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    A couple pics of my Ex from this past weekend. Nothing special bought it about 2 months ago its an 03 got it with 102k miles grey leather 3rd row seat, 4x4, 4.0


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    i like your rig :thumbsup:

    one thing though. seems as if that basket isn't a Thule, but you have a Thule wind deflector? just pointing this out, because the wind deflector on that style (90*) basket, i would imagine, would make it less aerodynamic and make more wind noise. mine is at a 45* angle, and still makes a decent amount of noise (on top of robbing you gas mileage!)


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  6. 941Explorer

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    Got my new struts and spacers in !
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    This is next to my friends 2004 f150 on a 6 inch lift and 36s
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    And this is her 3 inch body lift btf spacers custom struts and some other tweaks from yours truly but I have to keep some secrets so I can stay different lol also my Dora is on 16x9 moto metal mo951s and 35x12.5 toyo open country m/t tires
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  7. wheelin'explorer

    wheelin'explorer Active Member

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    Thanks! Though my Basket is a Thule. It's the M.O.A.B with the extension in it.
    Edit:
    Though the gas mileage thing I really don't care about, not like I don't drive the shit out of the 4.6 in the city and kill my mileage anyway.
     
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    Dipped the center caps then gave the car a wash and a once over with a spray wax
     
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    Been a while so I figured I'd throw up a picture or two of the Explorer doing it's duty. We bought quads this summer to do some riding and I modified my HF trailer to accommodate the second quad. White one is an '04 Raptor 660 and the blue one is an '07 TaoTao ATA-150B.

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  10. HiImBrian

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    Love the Raptor! Used to have one myself. One day I'll buy another.
     
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    what color are the wheels it looks like a shade of grey... BTY I work down the street and see some very cool cars at blue marlin in Stuart
     
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    Its anthracite grey from the plasti dip true metallics line
     
  13. wheelin'explorer

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    Thought I would throw this before (Bottom) and after (Top) of my Ex, put BTF spacers on the front end only on Tuesday. Wanted to level mine out and kill some of the rubbing, which they did the job perfectly. just did 1.25" in the front. Put me a half inch lower than the back, looks perfect now.
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    and a side shot
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    Wearing new shoes (265/75 16 Wrangler Duratecs)
     

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    265/70-17 Geolanders

    Now to get the spacers on!
     
  19. wheelin'explorer

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    What size spacers you going with?
     
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    Really wanting 3"/2.5", but I'm having a hard time finding anything....
     
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    Better get the BTF UCA's if you're gonna do 3" on the front.
     

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