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DemonMudder's 1999 Explorer 4.0 XLT 4X4

I've only been an "elite" for like a day, been a member for a couple months, but I've been here reading for about half a year. I'm from northern Florida and this is my explorer. Still working on a name for her and have limitless plans for her! She's almost running like new again and I'm getting her offroad ready ever so slowly, within about a week I'll be doing a torsion bar lift and shackles. I really like this community and am thankful for how helpful everyone is and can't wait to see more of everyone else's explorers

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Rick

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'93 XL Pumpkin Edition
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Looking good. Will you be upsizing the tires when you do the torsion twist?
 






DemonMudder

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Looking good. Will you be upsizing the tires when you do the torsion twist?
Thought about it a whole lot, still am, but honestly these tires are only about a year old. So I'm no huge rush for new tires, but I'm planning to throw some 265/75R16s or 235/85R16s on eventually, already found a set for the first one and wheels to go along with it, just biting my time. But honestly, I want some ACTUAL mud tires so probably very soon
 






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