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donkey boy's Ex-Defender

Location:
- Rome Georgia
- Originally from Switzerland. Born and raised in the German speaking part, but living the last ten years proir to moving to the U.S. in the French speaking part of Switzerland, in La Neuveville.

No more Xploder for me :( I traded it for the New Thing :D a Jeep WJ (Grand Cherokee)

How my Explorer used to be

Base:
- 1997 Ford Explorer XLT 4 door
- 4.0 l V6 SOHC
- White
- 1:3.55 gears

Add-ons:
- BF Goodrich Mud Terrain 31x10.5-15 on stock rims
- Detroit EZ-Locker in the rear
- Westin Safari bar, mainly to protect the lower edge of the radiator
- Cheap Wal-Mart driving lights
- Garmin II plus GPS
- CB Cobra HH35
- HiLift Jack

Take-offs:
- No running board
- No front airdam
- Chopped exhaust end-piece (just 2" shorter, but it helps)

The New Thing
- 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo (26E)
- 4.0 l I-6, NV 242, 1:3.73 axles
- 245/75-16 BF Goodrich All Terrain (work) and Mud Terrain (play)
- 3.5" Lift consisting of OldManEmu HD springs and Anthony's custom spacers
- JKS quick disconnects
- Mopar rockrails
- Pumpkin saver from Kevin www.kevinsjeepsparts.com
- Maggiolina Adventure Roof Top Tent
- some other stuff
 








2001ExpSport

Elite Explorer
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City, State
Chicago, Il
Year, Model & Trim Level
2001 Sport
So it doesn't get crushed, bent or mutilated while wheelin'.
 




CBoug76

Elite Explorer ECX Member
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City, State
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Year, Model & Trim Level
1997 Sport
Originally posted by 93 & 96 EB & XLT
May I ask what it does when you cut off a part of your tail pipe?

So this Does not Happen.

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