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Discussion in '2001-2005 Explorer Sport Trac' started by Firstimeford, August 8, 2011.

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    1. Firstimeford

      Firstimeford New Member

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      I'm leaving for Telluride Colorado on Saturday morning. This is going to be the first long trip, 2000 miles, that I've taken in the "trac" since I've only had it about a month. I'm curious to see how it handles "Ophir Pass". It's not a very difficult pass but I don't want to over due it seeing how it's just a stock 2001 Sport Trac. I really like the way it handles and rides on the highway so the trip there and back won't be a problem. Wish me luck!
       
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    3. Clusterpup

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      Good luck, enjoy.
       
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      i took my trac up through the sierra mountains while it was bone stock and it handled it! just know the limitations of your rig and your own limitations driving skills wise and you should be good. have fun!
       

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