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Old 03-03-2014, 05:10 AM
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well heres my 2002 4.0 explorer XLT

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biggest tire on the stock 16x8 without modification

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when we first got it in 2010 150k






as it sits now 210k




other than normal maintenance, only the front hubs and AC compressor has been replaced. everything else is all original, no smoke, no leaks.

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thats a clean truck. but what would i expect from a rook
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Thanks and btw it's Rooks
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well chris, It just doesn't sound as good with an S on the end



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Kris....
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well chris,


I c wut u did thar
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that's what i said...
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New Wagner front and rear rotors/pads, stops so much better, know more shimmy, shimmy shake lol









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I need to put those brakes on our Explorer.
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