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Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by big_black2, December 24, 2004.

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  1. big_black2

    big_black2 New Member

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    hi my names matt i own a 92 ford explorer 4 dr 4 wheel drive 5 speed with 31 bfgs i am from alberta canada is there any one else here from alberta
     
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  3. big_black2

    big_black2 New Member

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    and i have have a Q when i put my truck in 4 wheel drive my front end clicks and the front tires do not get any power i was told it is a auto hubs can any one help me out
     
  4. TSTONE

    TSTONE Giddy up! Elite Explorer

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    Actually I think there a few hoser's around here.

    And yes you probably have blown hubs - try doing a search on auto hub* replac*
     
  5. FordLover61

    FordLover61 Active Member

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    Welcome to the forum Matt. I am not from Canada (have never had the pleasure of visiting either), but I also have a '92 XLT 5 speed.
     
  6. ExplorerSportNu

    ExplorerSportNu Well-Known Member

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    jeff96 Active Member

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  8. big_black2

    big_black2 New Member

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    thanks for the help and thanks for the welcome have any of u put a bl on your suv i have been thing of it tell me what u think
     
  9. Redrig

    Redrig Elite Explorer

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    Lots of us put a BL on. Your hubs are probably shot, sounds like what mine did. Welcome to the site. Use the search feature it will keep you busy for days.
     
  10. jimbo74

    jimbo74 Elite Exploder Elite Explorer

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    sounds like its time to upgrade to manual hubs, you will have to get out and engage them, but they work a lot more surefire then the autohubs, which will most likely blow again down the road..... i have done this conversion on my explorer.

    i havent dont a bodylift on my explorer but have done one on my toyota pickup truck. it allows room for larger tires and keeps the base weight of the vehicles center of gravity at the same as stock height
     






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