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Cybergasm's 99 Explorer XLT 2WD

well i guess i finally start my Elite Explorer Registry. I Joined in late 2005 after aquiring a 1999 Explorer XLT and was searching for lift kits and i found this site. went Elite almost immediatly since i have saved a ton of $$$ well enough history on to the vehicle:

Round 1 mods included:
installing trailer hitch
installing clear lenses front&rear
carputer :D
Siruis Satellite Radio

Round 2 mods
3 inch body lift
Warrior Shackles
Billit Grille
White face guages
dash mount to install Sirius unit(no more windshield mounts)
trailer wiring
33x12.50-15 Pro Comp Mud Terrains
15x8 "Soft 8" Black Rock Crawler wheels

August 2006 mods
New Shocks installed (Rancho RS5000's)
Torsion Twist the front end 1/2 inch no more fender rub finally :D

Future mods include
more lift :D
regear rearend
new shocks Done!
engine (more HP!)

now on to the pictures
 

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99sportxplor3

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wheels are 3.75 in backspace as far trimming i had to cut the corners from the front bumper and removed appx 2in from the inner fender in the rear.
but i was a little premature in doing that since afterwards i did a tt on it and eliminated the rest of the rub it had. if i was to do it again i woudl have the tt first and then trim it if necessary

thanks alot. this makes me feel a little better about puttin on 33's after i do the body lift(already bought it just need a weekend...)
 


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off-road97Xplor

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ever put on that flowmaster i sold you? I sold my explorer and bought a dodge ram since then :p: :thumbsup:
 




cybergasm

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ever put on that flowmaster i sold you? I sold my explorer and bought a dodge ram since then :p: :thumbsup:

aww man never installed it got it stuck it in the closet and it been there ever since:D
 




97GoldXLT

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Very nice!

I own the same size of tires & rims and I recently did a torsion twist and I'm awaiting the 3'' BL and shackles.. I'm just wondering if you experience a lot of rubbing? I think I'm gonna go the same way as you with my '97 XLT
 




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wheels are 3.75 in backspace as far trimming i had to cut the corners from the front bumper and removed appx 2in from the inner fender in the rear.
but i was a little premature in doing that since afterwards i did a tt on it and eliminated the rest of the rub it had. if i was to do it again i woudl have the tt first and then trim it if necessary

Very nice!

I own the same size of tires & rims and I recently did a torsion twist and I'm awaiting the 3'' BL and shackles.. I'm just wondering if you experience a lot of rubbing? I think I'm gonna go the same way as you with my '97 XLT

Look at the above quote taken from a previous post for the answer :D

Thanks for the compliment:thumbsup:
 




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