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Discussion in '2001-2005 Explorer Sport Trac' started by doublerinnys, June 21, 2011.

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    1. doublerinnys

      doublerinnys New Member

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      Newbie here from Arkansas!! Go Hogs!! Been checking this site out for awhile, but finally registered. Seems like a good bunch of people here. Well, I had to let go of my Jeep because I just couldn't make it a family ride. I wanted something 4 door with a bed and better MPG's than my Jeep (14mpg!!). My wife actually found the Sport trac I have now. It's an 03 model, green in color. I didn't know at first if I would like it, but I love it now. It has the typical faded bumpers, but that doesn't bother me. I bought it to haul the kids and throw a deer or two in the back. It's just an all around perfect vehicle. Just wanted to introduce myself and say hello. :usa:
       
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    3. MidnightRebel07

      MidnightRebel07 Elite Explorer

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      Welcome to the site, I have a 2004 ST XLT 4wd too. SO far it's been lifted using 3" BL, Shackle Lift, 1.75" TT and 33x12.50x15 tires.

      Future plans include a SOA, SAS, steel rear bumper with swing out tire carrier, What's your Trac look like, picture's?

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    4. doublerinnys

      doublerinnys New Member

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      Haven't even taken any pictures of it. About the only add on's I've done is a little cute blonde in the back. A good lookin little man in his car seat in the back as well, and a great lookin blonde up front with me.....lol!!! When I traded the Jeep the dealer asked, "What are you doing trading in the nice Jeep for a Sport Trac?" All I could say was, "I can always buy another Jeep. Right now is not the right time in my life. I've got a wife that can't get into the Jeep and it's hard to get "little man" buckled in." I had to get something more family oriented. I will always love Jeeps. But I like these Sport tracs as well.
       
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      Welcome to the site. My wife also has a problem getting into my trac.

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      welcome to the forum. ive gotten so much great info from this site since i bought my first sport trac last march. if you ever want to get rid of the drab gray on your bumpers, check out this link to a write up i did on painting your cladding and bumpers black. hope this helps.

      http://www.explorerforum.com/forums/showthread.php?t=315413
       

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