fordtrucks-small-digest Friday, April 10 1998 Volume 02 : Number 105
Ford Truck Enthusiasts - Ranger, Explorer & Bronco 2
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Just saw a spy shot of the Ford Excursion parked next to a Suburban. It
looks big enough to back up and take a crap on the Suburban's hood.
Apparently based on the new super duty body, it seems to share the grill
at least. Yeesh... the thing is GIANT.
Special thanks to Zach, Mark, Randy, Vance, Jordan, Donald, Josh,
Chris, Stephen, and David.
I fixed my little interference problem. I brought my truck back to
Best Buy and the people who installed my electric sliding rear window
cut a speaker wire (they deny this), which caused the interference.
You guys were right.....it WAS a simple fix. Thank you for all your
info. I printed out your replys and gave them to the guy at Best Buy.
...another electrical genious and he thought all your info was great
and he learned some stuff, too. Once again, thanks.
> I have a 93 Aerostar AWD that I love but makes my wife car sick. I was
> wondering if anybody knew hot to clean up the....just kidding. What I really
> need to know is what are some worthwhile suspension improvements to give it a
> stiffer ride. Can anyone recommend any good brands of anti-sway bars, shocks,
> springs? I am satisfied with the current tires on it which are the standard
> size. Has anyone tried auxillary air springs in the rear? Progressive rate
> coils? I don't mind a stiffer ride since in general our roads are pretty
> smooth out here in Oregon.
> Thanks in advance,
> Mark Biederbeck
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Hellwig swaybars I HEAR are pretty good. Come with polyurethane bushings
too. That would be another alteernative is to change all the bushings to
Hope this helps
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