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My 93 explorer has found it s way back to me.
I have decided to build a non street legal trail truck.
I have lost front WD and and 4 low.need to fix both and decided to go a little crazy. Not a lot:exp::) of money.
Just bought an 05 Limited, and upon driving it home and up my gravel driveway, the fenders and stock running boards got absolutely filthy. I would like to get some mud flaps for the front and rear of it and was wondering if anyone else has run into this predicament and could recommend any...
Okay guys I'll cut to the chase. I want a toy I can drive to the off-road park, beat on a little bit, and drive back home. I have a nice '99 explorer 4x4 as my "daddy ride" that my wife bought new and I can't bring myself to abuse it. So, I have been scouring Craigslist and all of the Jeep...
Ok, so i just purchased my 1997 Ford Explorer Sport 2Dr. 4x4 and all is well. I have a few friends that want me to go mudding with them, but my tires are not up to standard. So my question would be if i were to buy new tires to go mudding with, (I am thinking Firestone Destinations) would i need...
Well ive been driven this 97 ford explorer for over a year, family owned vahicle with 135000 miles and went muddin for the first time. Did alot better that I thought it would and especially for only a 2wd.
Hi im 16, this is my first car. I decided to work on it a little.
4 Door - 2WD
Popped off running boards
Torsion Twist / Warrior Shackles
Flowmaster 40 Muffler (stock pipe, cut off behind bumper)
Painted all gray trim, flat black (bumpers, trim, etc)