The #1 Ford Explorer enthusiast resource for over 25 years!
Performance upgrades, maintenance, modifications and problem solving. Covering the Explorer, ST, Ecoboost, Lincoln Aviator, Sport Trac, Mercury Mountaineer, Mazda Navajo, Ford Ranger, Mazda Pickups, and the Aerostar.
My brother sent me this photo today, ya gotta be my old 96 explorer that I traded in in 2008. Thought for sure it was crushed....so are you on here? South side of indianapolis
Looks like 35’s
Last week I traded my sploder in for a 06 f150.....dealer gave me 2k for my sploder...I about fell out of my chair I never expected so much....
it was a 96
replaced the factory tcase with a 1354m so the lights in the dash flashed
rustt out rockers
lots of body damage...
there is no reason to run it that high..(and it will look terrable)..there are other things that will flood before the water gets even close to the top of mine......jsut turn the snorkle head around backwards if you are concerned about splashing water...
round or square airfilter?
mine never caused a problem with the body lift.....i have the round filter......it is a little tough to atach the twp halves sometimes, but a little elbow grease always makes it work...
i have had my snorkel turned so the opening is facing backwards with the window down and it sounds like a train comming right at you when you get on the gas....i cant imagne what it would sound like inside like you are talking...i can see it maybe on a trail only rig, but if you plan on driving...