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I love my 94' Explorer [Hello from Bulgaria]

Discussion in 'Modified 1991-1994 Explorers' started by Dennis Ismailov, February 23, 2018.

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  1. Dennis Ismailov

    Dennis Ismailov New Member

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    Hi. My name is Dennis and I am from Bulgaria , its a small country somewhere in Europe. I really love my Explorer 94' which is a gift from my dad for my graduating but I do have some questions , and I would be really thankful if you can guys help me. So I really hate these radius arm bars , so can you give me some suggestions of making my own custom ones ? Something about front and rear bumper , can you give me some ideas .. I have some trouble with the steering system too ... Here in Bulgaria its very hard to find parts for the big boy .. its nearly impossible ... and that means that I need some self-made ideas and examples.

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  3. RangerX

    RangerX Elite Ranger Staff Member Moderator Elite Explorer

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    Welcome!
    What's wrong with the radius arms? Are they the stock arms, or some kind of lift kit? A pic of them would be helpful.
    I see you're tires are 33". Do you know what your axle gearing is? Do you have an automatic transmission?
     
  4. Dennis Ismailov

    Dennis Ismailov New Member

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    The radius arm bars are stock , the bushings are not stock. Yes i drive with the 33x12.5 R15 and the transmission is manual 5 speed, The problem is in the front wheels , they stay like this / \
     
  5. Dennis Ismailov

    Dennis Ismailov New Member

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  6. Hossexplorer

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    Nice Explorer! Bad wheel bearings or ball joints can cause the front wheels to have negative camber like this / \. Jack up the front end and check for play in the wheel top to bottom. There are "how to" threads here.
     
  7. Rhett

    Rhett Let Them Eat Cake Elite Explorer

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    Your tires are like that because your lift is not bringing the radius arms down. You need either extended arms or drop brackets to get your front wheels in alignment.

    Do you have any details on the lift you're running? It looks like you have a small lift 1-2" but looks can be deceiving with the 33's
     






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