Big Vicky! Check out our Lifted Crown Victoria P71 Police Interceptor!





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Published on Sep 13, 2017

Mark, Eli and Bob check out Big Vicky, the newly completed FMO range buggy. We discuss reasons, motivations, and build details.

Big Vicky Build Details

2004 Crown Victoria Police Interceptor.
Previously a Keizer Oregon Police Car

Suspension lift:
Universal Car Lifts 5-8" Lift, with rear control arms and Watts Link arms, and upper front A-Arm. (This lift is expensive, poorly executed and built as most parts don't fit correctly and were missing. Customer support was horrible and we were left on our own to figure out fixes and fitment.

Rear gears were swapped to 4:10's in the stock limited slip carrier by our competent friends at Metro Transmission in Woodland, Wa.

Wheels are from a Jeep Rubicon, and the tires are 33's. I highly recommend staying with 31's or smaller to minimize frame modifications on the front.

1" Wheel spacers were used to make the jeep wheels clear the calipers and control arm.

The rack rails were taken from a Ford Windstar minivan. Holes were drilled in the roof and threaded inserts installed. to secure the rails.

The rack basket is a Go-Rhino unit.

Fender flares are Universal Pacer No Lip Flexy Flares.

Mufflers have been replaced with 24" Thrush glass packs.

Seat covers are Generic Was-Mart Realtree units, cut for seatbelt in the front, and with small bungees to help keep the rear bottom in place.


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