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Old 06-07-2004, 07:55 PM
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1994 Explorer on 37" tires FS

My name is Brian Green. I am located in Plano, TX. I am selling one of my pride and joy Explorers. I build these as a hobby and just dont have anymore room. SO this one has to go.

Here is some information
This truck has the following:

Dana 30 from a 1995 Wrangler
M.O.R.E Steering from www.mountainoffroad.com
M.O.R.E Sprng perches (front and back) from www.mountainoffroad.com
4.88 gears (front and back)
37" Goodyear MTR's
American Racing 15x10 Wheels
Updated Rearview mirrors from a 2000 Explorer
Updated leather seats from a 1996 Explorer
Alpine and Kicker stereo system
Extended Brakelines (front and back)
4" Lifted springs from a Wagoneer (front) Spring over
3" Lifted springs (rear) Spring over
Explorer Pro Comp shocks
3" Performance Accessories Body Lift

And here is the add link in Auto Trader.
http://www.autotrader.com/fyc/vdp.jsp?car_id=164468773&dealer_id=&car_year=1994& make=FORD&distance=25&max_price=&model=&end_year=1 995&advcd_on=n&min_price=&address=75025&search_typ e=used&advanced=n&start_year=1994&color=&cardist=0

Thanks so much.

Brian Green
www.NukinFutz4x4.com

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