Traxda has a 2 inch lift for the RWD only variant but are working on the 4WD also. I'd follow them.Anyone heard tell of a lifted 2020 explorer? I'm looking into getting an ST and lifting/leveling just a smidge.
They e got one now: Traxda - Kit #102070- 2020 Ford Explorer 4×4/AWD 1.5″Front & 1.5″ Rear - TraxdaTraxda has a 2 inch lift for the RWD only variant but are working on the 4WD also. I'd follow them.
Traxda Kit #102060 - 2020 Ford Explorer 4x2 - Front And Rear Lift Kit2020 Ford Explorer Lift Kit . Each kit comes complete with full color instructions, alignment specifications and toll-free tech support.traxda.com
Thanks! Curious to see some photos of the final install. I don’t do serious off-roading in my Explorer, but scraped the rear bumper last summer while crawling to Humboldt Peak trailhead. 1.5” seems like it would be just enough.
Screenshot from install video.Anyone have photos of this kit installed?
I ordered a lift this past Sunday, once it arrives and I have it installed I will post before and after photos. I have not received conformation that it has shipped yet so it may be awhile
It should be safe but the headlights may have to be realigned. It could also possibly affect parts of the warranty if a part failure was attributed to the modification.Is this safe in the long run? Also, how will this impact the fuel distribution system and other fluids, since it changes the original lean angle of the vehicle
Post pictures when it's complete. I have the kit sitting at my house but have a lot going on ATM. I'll probably install the kit after the new yearI'm having the 4WD Traxda kit installed within the next 2 weeks. 2020 XLT with stock 255/65/18 tires. Hoping it makes a noticeable difference in the stance of the Explorer, and it will keep my wife from scraping on concrete parking barriers.
Just picked it up from the shop. Very happy with the way it came out. Noticeable difference in the stance with the Traxda kit.Post pictures when it's complete. I have the kit sitting at my house but have a lot going on ATM. I'll probably install the kit after the new y
I just had the Traxda 2" installed on my 2020Anyone heard tell of a lifted 2020 explorer? I'm looking into getting an ST and lifting/leveling just a smidge.
Curious if anyone has taken apart the ex timerline and looked into how they "lifted" it.
Which is the only way* any useful lift is achieved, as suspension lifts and body lifts only exist to create greater clearance for larger tires.**The Timberline doesn't have a suspension lift of any kind. It has 0.6 inch larger diameter tires and PIU springs and shocks "tuned" for off-road. The "lift" comes from the larger tires.