Question about 1998 Ford Explorer
My Explorer is 2WD. but since we have had it for so many years and it has never let us down (on and off road) we do not want to change it for a 4x4.
people have told me that I can change the differential to a positive one so that way the rear tires have more grip when going up hills and through mud.
what are they talking about???? and where can I find a differential like this???
They were talking about having a locker added too the rear differential. Yes you can have a posi added if I was you I would go with a selectable rear locker, ARB, OX are just to name a few. Any good off road shop can help you withe the parts and install.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
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