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Jrgaylor's 91 Explorer full width D44/9

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SMexplorer92

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i was just wondering what the actual width of the full width dana 44 versus lika waggy 44 or early bronco 44. I just purchased a 44 thats out of a ford but im not sure what it is exactly.
 

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i was just wondering what the actual width of the full width dana 44 versus lika waggy 44 or early bronco 44. I just purchased a 44 thats out of a ford but im not sure what it is exactly.
the EB44 is about the same as what you have now the f-150/bronco 44 is about 6" wider and a 44 from a f250 is about 9" wider
 

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Thanks
 

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I upgraded from the factory radius arms to the extended radius arms made by Cage offroad
Before about the middle of the ramp

After top of the ramp



Before

After

 

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Looks good. I got my new cage arms on, but have no spacers for the hiems so I have to wait. Hope I get that much flex.
 

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Got the truch up and running. went out and tested out the flex today on the trail and it flexes great. I love the cage arms. It was worth it after all with all the problems I had when dealing with cage.
 

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oh yeah that truck look sa weet,that is some hella flex.ok so i have a new thing to add to the list...cage arms(without the b/s from cage distributer's).
 

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Hey where did you order all your steering from? and do you still have the reamer that you used?
 

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I ordered everthing for my steering including reamer from completeoffroad.com, I have been happy dealing with Mike he has the best prices and fast shipping, I also bought my arb's,gears, and axles from him
 

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Are you still running the BCBroncos coils?

Nice flex!!!
 

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Are you still running the BCBroncos coils?

Nice flex!!!
yes I am, I am still impressed with how with how smooth they are off road
 

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nobody has posted on this a while but your setup is almost identical to mine. i was just wanting to know more about the trac bar spacing and mount. pictures would be great.
 

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I do not have the explorer anymore, I swapped everthing over to a Bronco2.
I am using a stock f-150 tracbar currently and have used a Adjustable tracbar for the same. The current set up works but I am not happy with it after the Moab run in 2 weeks I am going to redo the trac bar and mount
 

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i think i might have moved my axle too far forward, my bucket almost covers the rear steering box bolt. i'm just trying to think of a way to mount my trac bar mount where i can still reach the bolts to remove the steering box if i need to. i mocked it up and when turned right the trac bar made contact with the draglink. i'll get it figured out eventually.
 

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Take your time, I was rushed when I swapped over to bronco2 and now I need to do some more work to it.
 

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What trac bar did you use? i'm going to intergrate my trac bar mount to my bucket spacers. i'm thinking of the b.c. bronco adjustabe trac bar, i like the hiem joint on the frame side. the mount was something i thought so hard about and answer was so simple. the bar is adjustable between 28 and 33" I think that what'll work for me. i'll put up some pics as it progresses. You may not have your explorer but your post on her still inspires people.
 
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It has been awhile but I think it was a superlift trac bar
 
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