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My buddy got offer a mint 92 Explorer with a 4.0L, 5spd, 4x4 for dirt cheap, in really good condition to boot.
Now he's a Ford guy so I'm trying to sell him on buying it and turning it into a trail rig.
What info can you guys give me on this year Explorer? Pretty sure it's IFS front so we'll want to do a solid axle up front to replace, any info on that is welcome.
Also any pics of this year Explorer with some lift and what not would be awesome.

Thanks!
 

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Nothing wrong with the axles, they'll take a pounding. My 92 was dirt cheap too,(WAS being the key word:eek: ) and its lots of fun to beat on.


They are overweight pigs, with poor stock ground clearance, but nothing you can't fix with a little work and a sawzall:D
 

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Captain Air Time said:
They are overweight pigs, with poor stock ground clearance, but nothing you can't fix with a little work and a sawzall:D
hehehe...aint that the truth!!:smokin:

FLY PIGGY FLY!!!
 

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you have a ttb dana 35 front, 31 spline drum brake rear, and 1354 transfer case. It will make and awsome trail rig with some lift, lockers, extended radius arms, and EB springs.
 

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your lucky caus its a 5spd, auto trannys in explorers suck (a4ld) other than that check out explorer4x4 everything you could ever want to know is on there somewhere. They make great guilt free trail beaters.
 
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