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Old 11-15-2008, 12:57 PM
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Lt's see You'r pic's of lifted and unlifted 4x4 expeditions

I have a 99 expedition 4x4, and am thinking of adding a 3"body lift with 33" tires.
I allready have 33" street tires on 22' wheels, but want a more lifted look with smaller wheels.
I definatly want the offroad or 4x4 look and not the Street Queen look.
So show Me what You have done to turn You'r EXPY into that off road Beast.....Hal

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Old 11-16-2008, 10:16 AM
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Nothing special. . .


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171,000 miles. Just dropped in a 5.4, havent fired it yet. . .
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Old 11-17-2008, 01:33 AM
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Camarothatcould; What size BFG AT's do You have on You'r Expy?....Hal
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285/75/16
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97 4x4

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Are you running any type of lift, and do you have any rubbing issues? I am consdering the sme setup or possibly, 305-70-16s. Same height, but slightly wider.

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Are you running any tuype of lift, and do you have any rubbing issues? I am consdering the sme setup or possibly, 305-70-16s. Same height, but slightly wider.
No lift, just the stock 1 inch body. . . no rubbing, wish I would of went bigger

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I put on a set of 305/70/16 mastercraft courser AT's and have no rubbing at all on stock lift and OEM wheels.
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Here is my 2001 XLT Sport. Running 285-70-17s, on factory whels. Hopefully I will be going to som other wheels shortly. I am considering Fx4 rims painted black.
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I'd have those rims powdercoated black
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I'm considering that as well. If so it won't be until spring, when I don't have to worry about weather. It will take a couple of days to, get them off, and take to work to blast and powder coat.
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and it BARELY fits in the garage
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