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  • About 01FordEx
    Location
    Denver, CO
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    co
    Country of Residence
    US
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    Excursion
    Year
    2001
    Current Mileage
    Rather not say
    Miles per year
    Rather not say
    Gender
    Male

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  • Last Activity: 05-18-2019 08:50 PM
  • Join Date: 12-24-2014
  • Referrals: 0

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  1. 05-13-2019 12:34 PM - permalink
    Hi, I have been wanting to run 37" tires on my truck and my research lead me to this forum. I love what you did with your rig! now that you have been running it for a while, would you do it again or would you change something? I am trying to decide between the zero rate offset with springs or shackles or a 4" lift. How much lift are you at with the zero rate and shackles?
  2. 07-01-2016 08:56 AM - permalink
    Hello, I am wondering if you had the fix for your post about rear blower motor and controls, I posted a question on your post, but it was last year when you were discussing.
    my blower is stuck on one speed....i can not adjust the temperature.....and i can not adjust it from panel to feet....Please help.
    It worked fine, untill i pulled the overhead console down to inspect the dvd player,put it all back together and that is when the problem has developed
  3. 01-07-2016 05:52 PM - permalink
    my 99 explorer will not engage the 4x4. I have changed the shift motor. it makes a jerking noise when I got stuck. It seams that transfer case is shifting to 4x4 even in low but front tires will not spin

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