Explorer Spoilers Buy Ford Explorer Spoilers
New the Explorer Spoilers replaced the Bronco as Fords compact sport utility vehicle. Both 2 and 4 door body styles went on sale. The 2 door used a 102. inch wheelbase, and the 4 door a 111. inch wheel base. The sole engine in early years was a 4.0 liter V6. Both body styles came with either on-demand 4 wheel drive or rear wheel drive. Antilock brakes operate only in rear-wheel drive. Power steering was standard. Until 94, Mazda sold a nearly identical 2 door sport utility called Navajo.
Explorer Spoilers are installed on the trunk of your car. One easy way to make your car look good is to add a spoiler. Explorer Spoilers are easy to install and an effective way to make the rear end look sportier and give some aerodynamics to your vehicle. One thing you should be concerned about when you purchase your wing is to get it painted. But don't get it painted until you have test fitted it on your vehicle. Sometimes the wrong spoiler could be shipped to you. Or, maybe you just ordered the wrong model without realizing. Regardless a test fit is essential to see how well it fits. Make sure the paint that is applied blends in with the rest of your paint. Don't go cheap. You can paint it for about $150 roughly if you shop around.