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That 'xplorer looks good Jaskel...
its in darn good condition.
Just curious though, what made you purchase an Explorer after having a Rex?
Where are you planning on getting the wheels and tyres from???
I doubt there are many places downunder that will stock 20" tyre and rims with the required weight rating...
Although I could be wrong, keep us posted on how you go.
Adrian | 2005 4x4 Diesel Ranger CrewCab in Aus | 2000 4x4 SC/LB F350 7.3 ZF-6 in the US
It looks good... but for me itīs a sad thing to lose the versatility of your truck, i mean, most of the cars can out-maneuver me (and you, even with the modifications), but i can get to places theyīll never see (i had already) and haul/carry way bigger and heavier loads...
In the other hand, you still have more heavy duty (more resistant to wearing) hardware than more cars and itīs a plus aaaaaaaand well if you plan to keep it on road it still gives you a higher driving position and makes a nice city cruiser so if thatīs what makes you happy, enjoy it, i give you full support
P.S.: Still i wouldnīt lower my truck (well maybe if someone made me an indecent proposal $$$$... and i woke up...)
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