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About dinrough

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    93 XE
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    Standalone Tool Chest Mechanic
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  • What do you consider yourself?
    Rarely Go Off-Road
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  1. Thanks guys for all the straight up answers. I finally got the XE, did some extensive thinking, and 90% of where I need to go will be gravel roads. So, I'm just gonna go with the common consensus and leave it be 2wd. The plan is to just do a 2" lift, a locker diff, a trans cooler, some better tires when the current ones wear out (has nearly brand new General Altimax tires), and fix up all suspension bits. And just going to use it to keep the wear off my CM Tundra down.
  2. Hey Guys, Before anyone runs me off the board ... I did search high and low. I am going to inherit a 93 XE 2wd Automatic. All stock 270k miles on it (most major internal drivetrain services are done). Plans for it is to make it my primary gear hauler (MTB and road bikes, and a couple of 10' kayaks, camping gear). In its current guise, it should do just fine with a refresh on some bits here and there. But would like to have the option to have the 4wd if its a reasonable upgrade. The question is how difficult is it to make this truck a 4wd truck? and is there a project/parts thread for it? There are plenty 4wd hardbodies and pathfinders from this generation at the local pick and pull so parts should not be expensive to get this done. Thanks, Dinrough

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