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1992 Explorer

bronco2fan

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So out of curiosity what all suspension and drive train from a 1992 Explorer sport 4x4, 6 Cylinder, manual, 9 inch lift, 35 inch tires will fit on a 84 BII ?
 


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Just have to grind an re-weld anything that might have been welded to the frame. (Only applies if it's custom work.)
 

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Ok, I'll have to look real close at it when I go see it. It belongs to a 18 year old who bought it a month ago and can't get it going. Says it has a straight 6 in it too. I thought they all came with 4.0 V6. But if the axles are original and the lift isn't jacked I may get it anyway. I told him I'd give him 500 and he said sure. Figure the axles, lift and rims and tires are worth that much.
 

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Need pics of the Explorer. 9" of lift sounds funny.
 

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hope this worked
 
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Best I could do, on CL in Killeen TX.
 

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9" isn't hard with a 6" suspension AND a 3" body lift...

That's looks like exactly what they've done here. It just all depends on the quality of the work (and parts used).

If I were gonna use those tires, (and I would by the pics) then I'd only put the suspension lift on the B2 and see where it sits.
 

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