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pics of lift and tires... finally

Discussion in 'Modified Explorations!!' started by metstalker, December 28, 2004.

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      by the way how would i post a picture?
       
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      need a little help on the pics
       
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      LOL, well I got the after pic to work I think, looks good :D Do they both work now? They should :D
       
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      no they still dont work but thanks for trying ExplorerSportNu
       
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      now they do
       
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      So they do work now? If they dont work the first time you view you may have to hit refresh and they should come right up :confused: LOL mine dont work anymore either :confused: Its probably because of that webshots shit, I can never get them to work through there, try Imageshack or another one besides webcrap to posts them through ;)
       
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      3" body lift and 33" tires?
       
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      no just 31" tires
       
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      Body Lift only?

      Nice looking truck. :thumbsup: Is it just an illusion or has the suspension been lifted in the rear only? It looks higher than the front does and it even looks like the driveway slopes down towards the roadside also. Just curious as it looks like the springs could have been re-arched or other.

      Yvon
       
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      thanks
      i think it is an illusion i just looked at the picture and i think the sun had alot to do with the illusion . the drive way is a little sloped toward the road but not like the pic shows , original springs been on there for 220000 miles and counting never taken off in fact i still have the original shocks
       
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      Hi metstalker:

      I think you've already figured this out, but you can't link pictures from Webshots. For some reason, it doesn't work. I've had the same exact issue. Nice truck BTW.

      Regards,
      John.
       
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      very nice truck, should look like mine soon. once i get my 4" susepension lift and 31" tires. then ill throw a brush guard on, maybe a cheap maaco paint job and safari rack....some tint, a new head unit rear speakers...new seat....shit i have a long way to go ;]
       
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      Hey fond sounds like you have around a couple thousand to invest into your explorer. are you going to do most of the work your self? oh and im about done with the outside of my explorer next im gonna get rid of my 3.08 ratio in the back and replace with 3.73. and then new mas or throttle body either way im gonna try to get a little more horse power and torque out of the engine
       
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      Nice looking X

      Nice looking '94. <Sniff> Makes me nostalgic for my old '92 XLT (RIP). Bought it from a friend for $5000 with a salvage title about 5 years ago. Had about a million miles on it, a little body damage (which is good - you don't have to worry about scratching it!), leaned to the drivers side a little, bad brakes... In stock trim, I've had it on three wheels on a rocky downhill slope in MA. Got it pretty stuck once in mud, too. That was a pretty good trail rig - put some nice rock dings on the lower body seams.

      Summer of 2003, the tranny just couldn't tow the trailer with mine and wife's Kawi Ninjas and gave up the ghost. But all stories have a happy ending - I now have a '97 V8 AWD XLT that will be receiving an AAL/shackle/TT lift and 31's soon (thanks to this club!)

      Enjoy your older piece of iron and remember the ones that have gone to the big off-road playground in the sky <sniff>.

      -Dennis
       
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      I'm gonna try and do as much of it as i can, im pretty ignorant mechanically. But im trying to learn. i figure another 4k into my explorer and ill be onto a pretty good start :)
       

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