Discussion in 'Modified 1991-1994 Explorers' started by crashhard, September 5, 2018.
Wow this is a great build nice job
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Very well done. Whats up with the front ball joints?
Did you consider running the 96-97 Ranger outers (knuckles) with dual caliper pistons instead of the 90-95 D35 slide pin calipers?
I have not looked at that option. This is the first ttb build I've ever done so I'm learning the whole time with the beams.
There will be another stop at the pick a part to locate those ranger parts.
very nice build!
No sweat I totally understand that! YOu picked a great place to start.
I ran the slide pin style brakes for many years, they work good. However the 96-97 Ranger used a slightly different knuckle, the caliper mounts with slide bolts and the calipers are dual piston, much better braking performance!
Finding the parts in the junk yard is the most difficult part
Thanks, I remember seeing quite a few at the junk yard here in vegas. Just need to find right years.
I have looked and looked for a manual xfer case with no luck.
Last night got the seats in and new quick disconnect wheel. Mainly as part of the anti theft option since these are so easy to get in.
manual transfer case I have several!!
You can find one! Its the shifter bits that are really hard to find these days...but they are out there. Check your local CL?
Little test run today. Small flex picture.
Need to get rear shocks and mounts. Shocks are limiting deaver travel by about 50%