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mcpherson's Registry

'98 Ford Explorer XLT - 150k miles

Current Mods:
  • Torsion Twist 1.5"
  • Electric Fan Swap (from Lincoln Mark VIII)
  • Custom Front Bumper JoshC
  • Removed Rear Sway Bar

Future Mods:


Amateur Radio & Accessories:

Amateur Radio Handheld:

Other Related Projects:

Useful Information:

Pictures:

- Stock 2006
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- Tellico 2007
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- Tellico 2007
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- 31" Goodyear on Rubicon Wheels 2009
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- 33" Pro Comp Xtreme Mud Terrain on Pro Comp Flat Black Powder Wheels 2010
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mcpherson

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Year, Model & Trim Level
'98 XLT, '88 YJ
How to: 2nd Gen Ford Explorer HID Projector Retrofit (FX-R)


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Updated Pics (4/6/2011):
  • Camera: Canon
  • Model: EOS REBEL T1i
  • ISO: 1600
  • Exposure: 1/4 sec (Average)
  • Aperture: 3.5
  • Focal Length: 18mm
  • Flash Used: No
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section525

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Lookin' good, Nick! Time for some bigger meats though. Have you used the m8000 at all? Big enough for your needs?
 




Sams01XplrSprt

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nice x u got there nick
 








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Badass.
 




mcpherson

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Thanks for the compliments!

Time for some bigger meats though. Have you used the m8000 at all? Big enough for your needs?

Very soon to be upgrading to 33's with the required cutting of course once I get back from vacation. The Warn M8000 winch is great! Always works when I need it the most, has great torque and sure can't beat it for the price. I think I paid around $550 for it with one of those promotional deals.
 




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