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After years of driving rangers, I now own a explorer sport. It's not new...(2001), but it's mine. Yes it has some rear fender rust, so I'll be doing some welding... patching.... that's ok because that's all there is. Any sage advice anyone? I plan on doing all my own work, but want to work smart. Not sure many women do this sorta thing, but I've always been a tomboy and grew up wrenching. Looking forward to hearing from you all.

Cheers.. Dizzy
 

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After years of driving rangers, I now own a explorer sport. It's not new...(2001), but it's mine. Yes it has some rear fender rust, so I'll be doing some welding... patching.... that's ok because that's all there is. Any sage advice anyone? I plan on doing all my own work, but want to work smart. Not sure many women do this sorta thing, but I've always been a tomboy and grew up wrenching. Looking forward to hearing from you all.

Cheers.. Dizzy
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