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Flexed out the Explorers @ Allsouth

Discussion in 'Exploring everything under the sun!!' started by bmxking5, February 18, 2007.

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  1. bmxking5

    bmxking5 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks guys. The shocks on my truck actually don't limit it at all. Robbie's rear shocks are too long (they were mounted low, then had to be moved when he decided he wanted the rear sway bar back on). Since his are brand new I'm gonna be running his and bought him new ones that came in today...should be putting them on for him tomorrow night, and then he won't have any shocks limiting travel. I measured and made sure that they still wouldn't limit my flex at all.

    The wristed arm was pinned the first time around and then unpinned on the second time we tested it. I'd been curious for a while if it would actually do anything to help my truck. Turns out, it only provided an additional inch of front suspension droop. So it was obviously overkill considering the arms are roughly 45" long with heims on the ends. The trac bar is on there. It's a brand new Superlift adjustable that I cut and shortened. The angle is so exact to the draglink that you usually can't even see it. Also, the brake lines on all three of the vehicles are plenty long where they don't limit any travel either (not that they'd keep the axle from drooping any more lol).
     
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  3. 410Fortune

    410Fortune Snow Season Staff Member Moderator

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    oh and please dont park my Mustang so close to that Caddy, thank you
     
  4. bmxking5

    bmxking5 Well-Known Member

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    Haha. The mustang is bad as shit, but that Cadillac will friggin move too. It's got a good bit of power and every kind of luxury you can think of. :cool:
     
  5. dkchrist

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    sweet rides
     
  6. 95offroadx

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    that shop is massive and theres like nothing in it? did one of your buddies with the lottery or something? i would love to have a place like that(but i think everyone would)
     
  7. bmxking5

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    Well we actually aren't even open yet. We've yet to have our grand opening and the showroom just got finished yesterday (still gotta furnish it with the displays, plasma, xbox, sofa, etc). It's a 45,000 square foot shop. It actually looks more filled now that we moved around all the cars/RV/boats/bikes/4 wheelers.
     
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    Nice :biggthump
     
  10. Positive Vibes

    Positive Vibes Elite Explorer

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    Sweet shop and sweet rides. Thats a clean '01!
     
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    Thanks vibes, but dont worry as soon as i get new tires, it wont stay clean for long...
     
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    real nice trucks and build on the whitye sport.
     
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    I live in Lawrenceville, I hope to see bmxking5 and 21robbie21 explorers sometime.
     

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