92 explorer 4x4 off road (jump at end)
This a video of my brothers 92 4x4 explorer four wheeling in the hills of Vinton county Ohio. Hill climbs, mud holes and a jump at the end make up this video. 92 explorer = 4.0L auto 33 9.50s welded rear end and about 185,000 miles.The old explorer has been a great daily driver for a few years, but its time has come to hit the trail and so far has been a great trail rig. Hope to have many more videos of the old explorer on trail and having fun.The jump at the end is from a cell phone and has no sound sorry. In this video the explorer takes a dive in a mud hole and gets the engine wet. We dried it out and got it running again but take on some mud in the intake, an oil change and a new air filter and we are back on trail.Good fun in a old explorer.Update on this old explorer it has been used for parts and is now scrap metal. It was a lot of fun but was ready to go still ran and drove but need more work than it was worth these old explorer are great off-road rigs that can take a beating and live to tell about it. Hope to have other one some day love the ttb front end great for jumps. The ford explorer is a great all around rig it has pretty good power strong axles and is narrow so it can fit down the tight trails. But I like the gen 2 as well the ifs has not let me down yet and still goes down the road great after so rough off road action. The rack and pinon scars me a little but so far so good thinking about some 33s but the 31s are working out just fine and the 8.8 of course is a great rear axle and it welded and has not failed me yet son of a bitch there is a lot of space to fill here so please keep watching because I am trying really hard to make a new video every week and fill all this space in the description. So this video is getting old so just going to fill up the description and for get about it for a while hope every one enjoys the videos we work hard to make them but we also have a lot of fun doing so. Man there is still a lot of room left I just want to fill this. Watch clydedog72 for mud hills trail and broken stuff. May get different type of video like time lapse from time to time or an update with some tech stuff as well.Hope to gain more views and get more comments in the future, if anything could be better please let me know in the comments and I will do my best to make things better.This video was a very early time for clydedog72 now we have more cameras and more time wheeling and filming I think the videos are getting much better every week. Hope to bring new projects along as well keep watching and I will keep making shit happen. Wonder how much it matters to have all the description filled but I am going to do it one way or other big fun doing this big fun watching others videos as well. If you have any videos like mine I would like to see them and maybe even subscribe to you love watching you tube as much as making you tube videos. I would like to keep doing the off road thing for many years to come, have been wheeling since I was 11 years old, I lived on a farm with a lot of woods behind it and we would cut fire wood and have to four wheel our way out and it was a lot of fun I spent the next 7 years working just to four wheel worth every shitty work week and the equaly as shitty pay checks.Back then you could find a broken car or truck for 50 to 200 dollars and take what left to scrape for about 50 to 100 so lots of room for the small things. When I was 14 I got a moped and I would strap a 5 gallon gas can to the moped and ride it in to town for gas, That must have been a funny sight.But nothing was going to stop me from running the shit out of what ever turd I rolled in there with. We fixed just about every thing for broken frames to old motors that the pistons had rusted to the block. One of the best trucks we had at the farm was 79 ford 150 4x4 short bed 300 inline 6 and a four speed, running a tire called a buck shot , the old buck shots with a strange size of Q 78 about 35 1/ 2 by about 11.5. This was the the truck that towed out a lot to the junk out of the woods.We also used dads bobcat and he was not a big fan of this but we always got it back in one peace. Many years have gone by and many 4x4 have come and gone and I still cant get enough I still just want to hit some trails now I have a 2000 ford explorer with some 31 10.5s 4x4 and a toyota cabed mutt truck with some 36 12.5 tsl and my dad has a ploaris ranger 500 utv side by side and my good friend behind the camera we will keep going and keep wheeling as long as you all keep watching we would wheel any way just not film it. I would like to be more of a camera man form time to time I think its time for the camera man to get a 4x4 and let me do the filming while he drives I know at some point I will want to be back in the drivers seat again but even just for a little while I want to film. ....... .THANKS FOR WATCHING.....
91 Ford Explorer Off road
Ford Explorer 1991. Dana 44 rear axle Locked. no lockers in front. 4 inch lift kit with 3 inch body lift. BF Goodrich M/T 35 x 12.50 x 15. HID off road lights. custom roof rack. Smitty Built front and rear bumper. Off roading at Box Canyon Trail Arizona. with Jeep Rubicon.
1992 ford explorer off-road
completely stock explorer with sligtly wider tyres
Ford Explorer 4X4 Front Hub & Bearing Repair
This is the only Hub and Bearing I Recommend- (check fitment guide for your vehicle) http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004A2GV3E/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789& creative=390957&creativeASIN=B004A2GV3E&linkCode=as2&tag=fordt-20&linkId=DJ NQ2757NL2M7XB2 This is the Blue Loctite I use in the video- http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0002UEMZ2/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789& creative=390957&creativeASIN=B0002UEMZ2&linkCode=as2&tag=fordt-20&linkId=RB 7NFMRXKYHVL5UH In this video I go over replacing the front hub and bearing on the Ford Explorer line of vehicles from start to finish. This bearing is common for abs codes but more common for a grinding and or humming noise. Torque Specs- Hub and bearing 15mm bolts- 90ft lbs Caliper bracket- 125ft lbs Axle Nut- 185ft lbs Lug Nuts- 100ft lbs