Removing the locking hubs won't effect it rolling. How about 50$ for the pair?! And if you would send me some pictures of the shocks I can make an offer. Siouxfanforeva@gmail.com
I know the hubs won't keep it from rolling, but I'd rather wait and part all that stuff at the same time rather then pulling stuff off to just put it back together. I only want to take things apart once and I have plenty to keep me busy for the time being with all the interior parts.
I'll e-mail you pictures of the shocks when I get them off. They look like new because I just put them on 3 weeks before the accident along with the steering stabilizer and the Hellwig rear sway bar. They have maybe 200 miles on them.
I am interested in the center seat belt of the 2nd row seat, but only the male retractable side. How much?
I have survived two bad accidents in Excursions now (neither my fault) so I am very grateful with how well they hold up even though it is depressing to lose another one. Both times I was pulling a 10k+ lb trailer as well.
I have somebody picking up the second row seats tomorrow but if he doesn't need the belt with it than it's yours.
Thanks for the reply. My Excursion is actually my wife's who drives our children around to different activities. So, I'm glad to hear they hold up well in an accident. For whatever reason our Excursion did not get the male portion of the 2nd row center seat belt from the factory. And, someone sits there on occasion. So, I'll put it to good use if the gentleman doesn't need it.
I would be interested in the rear barn doors with the hinges and interior panels attached. It appears the passenger one got smacked from the picks but thats ok with me. I'm looking for a pair to modify while they're off so I can still drive my Ex while I do it. I am also interested in the recovery/tow loops if you can get them off.
Please let me know a price shipped to 32068.
There is no hurry if you want to keep them on for a while as you part it out to keep the weather out of it.
P.S. Tried to PM you but your mailbox is full again.