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Here is my 99 explorer. Has 330xxxkms on it. Got the SOHC, 4.10 LSD. So far I've done TT, shackles, 3" bodylift, eagle alloys, 33x12.5x15 bfg at ta ko, 6000k head and fog lights. I also have a roof basket and an aries bush bar to install, need brackets for the bush bar though. also done thousands in maintenance, really helps working in the industry,save alot of money =D




HERE IS MINE WITH MY GIRLFRIENDS

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AND MINE PLAYING
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Great looking truck man. Gotta be honest though, that's probably the worst place for your high lift jack to be (for driving or offroading) jmo. Don't wanna see it get damaged.
 






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Some great rigs here, although I'll admit I'm partial to anything with mud on it.

Here's mine. In mid upgrade of a daily driver into a dual-duty ride, but still having fun. So far ... PA 3" body lift, TT, Warrior shackles, Pro Comp add-a-leaf, Rancho shocks, upgraded control arms and ball joints, new Timkin hub up front, fresh Timkin "axle saver" bearings in the rear, Aussie locker in rear, General Grabber AT 2s (31s, or closer to 30s really), factory transfer case and gas tank skid plates, synthetic oil all around and some various fixes (4x4 module, power locks, the usual stuff). Only interior mod so far is an added factory overhead console.

Straight driveway shot (wife's Trailblazer - with Serious Explorations plate frames - in back):
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Enjoying some very low-level trails at Rausch Creek:
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Goofing around at a state forest near me. Got to get some sway bar disconnects:
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Shot of the console. Great find through this forum (as were the skid plates):
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Still to come, hopefully in short order ... Goodyear Duratracs 315/75s on MT-28 steel rims (flat black), sway bar disconnects, black cladding and rear bumper, Curt rear hitch (modified for lift), Westin brush guard and tail light guards, restore front tow hooks, Curt or Surco roof rack, custom front skid plate (will be my first weld project), front winch mount with Warn XR8000, custom rock sliders (my second weld attempt), Cobra 75 CB, tranny temp and a few other added gauges, some trail lights, and everything I can round up from the "Offroad Checklist" sticky on here.

Down the line, if the trail driving gets hard core or the 4.0L gives up ... 5.0L upgrade, SAS, SOA, custom front and rear bumpers with swinging spare mount (on rear, of course) and a whole lot more camping gear.
 












Dig that Sport New Age, how did you get the rear windows to match the front? The 95's had the bronzish tint and I though the 96 did too?

Did you just trim the rear quarter panel? Looks good.
 


















Goofing around at a state forest near me. Got to get some sway bar disconnects:
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Looks sweet man. i'm surprised at how low that spare tire hangs even with a bodylift. after my 1.5" bodylift the tire was almost no longer visible. are the spares mounted to the frame instead of to the body?
 






Looks sweet man. i'm surprised at how low that spare tire hangs even with a bodylift. after my 1.5" bodylift the tire was almost no longer visible. are the spares mounted to the frame instead of to the body?

Thanks Kazer. You're right about that spare. The hangar mounts to the frame, so when the body went up 3 inches, the tire got pretty obvious. When I don't need the cargo space, it spends most of its time in the truck. Once the roof rack gets added, it will go up top. Of course, that dude from RLC makes a killer rear bumper with tire mount for our rigs, so I'm hoping that's where it will end up when the upgrade is finished.

As if it ever really gets finished. There's always something more to add. I'm sure you know what I mean.
 






nothing special, just picked it up last week. 98 sport 4wd 5 speed. 4.0L ohv
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Here is my poser. I lack a couple things before it is road worthy, but it's pretty much done.

Very impressed by your sport, one of my favorites
 






98 ex sport auto ohv

got mine for $1000. i really like it but its 2wd so i dont think its gonna be as fun as my 2000 xls was
 












good lookin' x blueka!
 









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