184K on my 93 XLT. Replaced the rotors, spindles, alternator, starter and heater blower. Still running strong. I did the T-tech tranny and diff flush. Hope to get another 100K. I had it to Ocracoke and Cape Hat this summer before the sea reclaimed it (the islands, not the Exploder).
99 EB Expy-Stocker
93 XLT Explorer
I had 140,000 on my 94 Sport before I gave it to my little brother. It was still getting about 18 mpg. Everything is original except normal maintance. Now I have EB with 91,000 and an average of 21 mpg. Losts of driving but mostly highway miles. 65 to work, 200 to the mountains, 130 to the beach; we go everywhere together.
well, I have 70 000 on my 2001 Explorer Sport. Now, I don't know if I should sell it now or keep it and put as many miles as possible.BTW, I replaced the brake pads last week and they were still OK/cca for 10 000 more?/Most miles are highway miles.
164, 000 on my 1998 2wd XLT. Sad to say it's been parked for two weeks now with a dead transmission. Do you guys think I should spend the $2500 to rebuild it or should I take that $2500 and buy another vehicle? I love my Explorer and really don't want anything else ......but I would have heart failure if 2 months down the line the engine would go out and I would have to invest another $5,000 for an engine. The vehicle looks like new, and drives like new....I just don't know if the Ford engine is quality enough to go another 60 or 70k miles. What do you guys think?
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