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    Re: Questions about leveling out the weight in the back of explorer

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    I seen your truck on a few sites, very nice! I wanted to just lower the front originally and then I was told I should just raise the backend. I think I would like the lowered appearance better, because the rims are only 20's and I think the gap is still going to be there, whereas if they were larger they would make it look better, but I just keep thinking it would be better for my truck if I lifted the back to normal.
    Yeah it's a lot to think about. There are a lot of options you could do. What system setup you got bumpin in the back??





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    Re: Questions about leveling out the weight in the back of explorer

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    Yeah it's a lot to think about. There are a lot of options you could do. What system setup you got bumpin in the back??
    Yea it is, my setup was three 18" BL's with three Sundown 1500's but I just got another 18" and will be running the 4 of them off an American Bass 500.1. I seen yours on cardomain and looks very nice and loud, then I seen when you were selling your rims (I think) and was tempted



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    Re: Questions about leveling out the weight in the back of explorer

    If you are running 20''s or smaller, lowering would be a better choice IMO.



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    Re: Questions about leveling out the weight in the back of explorer

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    If you are running 20''s or smaller, lowering would be a better choice IMO.
    Yea that's what I'm thinking, thanks.



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    Re: Questions about leveling out the weight in the back of explorer

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    Yea it is, my setup was three 18" BL's with three Sundown 1500's but I just got another 18" and will be running the 4 of them off an American Bass 500.1. I seen yours on cardomain and looks very nice and loud, then I seen when you were selling your rims (I think) and was tempted
    lol yeah i sold them already.....but yeah my wall is pretty good for a daily driver it should get a lil louder once i drop everything from 2 ohms to .5 ohm. wut numbers were you outtin out in your X?





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    Re: Questions about leveling out the weight in the back of explorer

    sorry i meant to say puttin out in your X.......





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    Re: Questions about leveling out the weight in the back of explorer

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    lol yeah i sold them already.....but yeah my wall is pretty good for a daily driver it should get a lil louder once i drop everything from 2 ohms to .5 ohm. wut numbers were you outtin out in your X?
    Yea I'd say so! I don't really compete tho just daily driver, but only time I got it metered was before the Sundowns, but had 3 Audioque 1200's before and hit 151.1 on the dash without really any tuning or charged batteries, just pulled into a shop and turned it up. With 4 gauge wire, stock alt and not enough batteries, so hopefully will see an increase with the new setup!



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    Re: Questions about leveling out the weight in the back of explorer

    Quote Originally Posted by 46panel View Post
    Yea I'd say so! I don't really compete tho just daily driver, but only time I got it metered was before the Sundowns, but had 3 Audioque 1200's before and hit 151.1 on the dash without really any tuning or charged batteries, just pulled into a shop and turned it up. With 4 gauge wire, stock alt and not enough batteries, so hopefully will see an increase with the new setup!
    yeah well good luck and keep me updated. It's always good to see how other explorers are doin in the lanes....





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