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Ohe boy's Full Width D44/Ford 9"

Discussion in 'Solid Axle Swap Registry' started by ohe_boy, March 6, 2007.

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  1. Mud Bug 94

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  3. ohe_boy

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    Oic
     
  4. ohe_boy

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    Well I got those rock sliders/ step bar built and welded to the truck. I just need to give them a nice coat of rustoleum paint and add some anti slip stickers they use on skate boards.
     
  5. ohe_boy

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    I think they still might be a little too high for my pregnant wife though. Someone know where I can get some side steps that I can use as a bolt on and be able to remove then when goin' wheeling?
     
  6. Burns

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    i would get some square tubes and make a drop that you can bolt on and then take off later when needed.
     
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    [​IMG]

    I like these
     
  10. ohe_boy

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    Those are the Carr's right?
     
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    Wow i just checked out AZtrucks.com They have a lot of cool stuffs for our Explorer!!
     
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    yeah they are the carrs.
     
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    They look pretty good and durable. I am thinking of getting them.
     
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    If they had them in black or something like a bed liner coating they would be prefect.
     
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    thats why you can buy bedliner...to make everything perfect!
     
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    They do have them in black powder coat.

    [​IMG]
     
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    I might be getting a set when i get my sliders done.
     
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    Thinking of ordering soon ( in a couple of days) I just got done with painting my rock sliders
     
  19. JoshC

    JoshC Only rolled it once honey

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    Those radius arms don't look stock, what did you use??
     
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    They are CAGE Offroad radius arms I believe. Im still waiting on my set.. They're so purdy...
     
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    Rahjah dat! Those are cage off road radius arms from the broncos. They're nice with those heims at the frame end. I just had to modify the mounting brackets to fit it to the explorer frame.
     

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