Sport Utility Van?

I was thinking it would be cool to put some bigger wheels on my Aerostar, say some wheels from an Explorer. But then I'd have to raise the van. They do it with trucks, can this be done on an Aerostar? Can you imagine how
wicked it would look!
Matt
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Find an Explorer with the size wheel you think you can afford to buy, measure the tire/wheel diameter and the tire width. Measure your Aerostar to see if it will fit, WBMA. Be prepared to experience less power in the final drive however
mike hunt
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And how much more easily it would tip over with the whole family in it!
It will look cool on the news as the ambulances pull away.
You're talking about an Aerostar. THe way to make it look cooler is to get an Explorer or something.
Jeff

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Not everyone shares your appreciation for vans, you are not alone, check out: www.vannin.com www.geocities.com/astrovanoffroader/
be warned that there are almost no easy to find aftermarket parts for customizin vans. There are 4x4 conversions for ford and chevy vans, I think they might only do new vehicles at: www.quigley.com
good luck
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