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Hey, i wanted to install a body lift on my 92 explorer, and i would have no clue where to start. My father, on the other hand, would definitely know. He says it would be a lot of work....how much work is it to install a body lift for someone who relatively knows what they're doing? i ask only for i know how much of a sweetheart i must be to him
 

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Nice helping hand guys and very friendly too. Smarten up. votrechien this isn't the way of our board. Especially in this section.

As far as your question about the body lift, post your question to the Ford section and you should get some help. The Ford guys aren't necessarily reading this section.
 

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Haha, thx wils, will do...

And yeah yeah, i realize an explor
der isnt the best choice for wheeling, but hey, but hey, it certainly looks better then a lot else that is out there
It was a happy medium for me
 

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A body lift is just labour intensive swapping bolts and blocks.
Explorers actually do really well with some mods. The 91-4 Ex's are the easiest to lift and perform really well. In the Ford section Dale and Paul will give you links and such to help you out.

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