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99 all wheel drive


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October 27, 1999
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City, State
Sonora, California
Year, Model & Trim Level
99 Eddie Bauer
Can a 4wd lift kit fit an AWD 99EB?

92EB 2wd with chip and Flowmaster catback system.
"The older I get the faster I was."

Hey Jim,
That's a very good question. I don't really know, but since you live in Campbell and I work there, why don't you bring it by my work and I can take a look at it. I don't see where there should be any differance between the 4X4's and AWD's as far as the suspension is concerned, but then, I could be wrong. I would have to take a look at it. Dead Link Removed

Happy Wheelin'
Ray L.
97 XLT 4X4 4.0L SOHC

Ray, thanks for the reply. I think your right, the suspension is the same it's just the transfer caes thats differant. The truck is my dads. he said the he is going to bye a new one in two years, so he wanted to sell me his 99AWD EB. I just found out that I could chang my 2wd to a 4wd so I mite just do that and keep mine. Thanks again for the reply. Dead Link Removed

92EB 2wd with chip and Flowmaster catback system.
"The older I get the faster I was."

I heard Rick mention on another thread that Trailmaster was not making a lift for the All-Wheel drive V8. I haven't been able to find it since then. Someone asked me about it on the "Lift Opitions for a 96" and I have been looking since. I asked Rick if it was true on that thread, and I haven't heard from him.

Rick, do you remember talking previously about the fact that Trailmaster said that they were not going to make a lift for the All-wheel drives?

Tim Y.
1996 Explorer XLT
4.0L OHV 4x4