forum member driving - byrd91
part 2 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S_Hnhdii85o
2000 Ford explorer sport in small mud hole...
My trusted old explorer. God i miss her. This is a shit video i know, wish
i had better footage. One of the most reliable and indestructible vehicles
ive ever owned
FOR EVERYONE WHO WANTS TO DO THIS BODY LIFT
1. IT IS WELL WORTH IT.
2. WORSHIP THIS WEB PAGE.
http://www.explorerforum.com/forums/showthread.php?t=240957 (it doesnt
matter that its a 2001 sport, these instructions apply to all 98-01
explorers, also 95-98 but im not 100 percent on the 95-98)
Some weak stuff...just wanted to put a video up...Will have many more
videos after easter sunday. Truck: 2000 xploder sport 5 speed manual,
4.10s, 3 inch body, custom leafs, 1.5" tortion twist, 33X12.5 mud
rovers(great tires). Open diffs....
Explorer and Pathfinder messing around in mud and wet hills
Some of you people are mindless. Why do you think the title has "Messing
Around" in it? This isn't real off-roading. This is messing around because
we were bored. You think that Explorer would go out there doing anything
without a backup vehicle, even if I knew it could do it? No, of course not
because of the fact that it's 2WD and shit happens.
But living in Houston, that thing has seen more mud, dirt, and sand and had
more fun in compared to most of the 4WD owners out here. Especially those
always squeaky clean, lifted, bro trucks.
The Pathfinder is 4WD. He obviously want's to mess around in 2WD. Who
doesn't want a challenge? Can't have everything be easy.
So go on, you can keep complaining of why that thing would even be out
there as a 2WD. And while its out in places occasionally having its fun
that it can handle, more than half of you can continue being keyboard
warriors and complain without having any videos of your own to show for it.
2002-2005 Ford Explorer Rear Wheel Bearing Replacement
Use Blue Medium Strength Locitie on all Fasteners
Wheel Lug Nuts- 100 ft lbs
Lower Arm to Knuckle Bolt- 111 ft lbs
Upper Arm & Toe Link Nuts- 66 ft lbs
Toe Link to Rear Crossmember Nut- 66 ft lbs
Axle Nut- 203 ft lbs
Caliper Bolts- 24 ft lbs
Lifted 1998 Explorer vs. MUD
1998 Ford explorer 5.0L with 4 inches of lift and 31 inch BFG All terrain
tires. The truck has 247911 miles and is still going strong on and off
road. Check out explorerforum.com to see how to transform your Ford
Explorer into an offroad beast!!!