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PostSubject: Mild Prerunner Bronco   Sun Dec 16, 2012 8:29 pm

Well my main project I have is my 1995 Bronco 4x4

Where it started, 1995 Bronco 351-4 speed auto. 31's


added the pushbar, 33" tires


new set of 33's, new shocks, ZF5 speed (5 speed manual transmission) motor was rebuilt



then came the big changes, 4" procomp lift kit with longarms


and finally 35's and bilstein long travel shocks


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PostSubject: Re: Mild Prerunner Bronco   Sun Dec 16, 2012 10:19 pm

Now that's a nice truck for sure. I wish I had a ZF5 for my ford. Them ole 4 speeds with the granny gear just can't keep up with time anymore. lol! Have you done a solid axle swap yet? I've heard them IFS axles are junk.

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My tractor: Craftsman LT1000, 17HP Briggs Now a 20HP Briggs Apposed Twin, 6 speed Dana Trans-axle pulley swapped to 15MPH, golf cart front suspension and tires, ATV tires on the back, Rear ATV rack, front brush guard.

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PostSubject: Re: Mild Prerunner Bronco   Sun Dec 16, 2012 10:40 pm

Nice bronco i got a 96 302 5 speed and currently replacing the damn shift forks the place i got them sent me the wrong ones so now waiting for $$ to go bacj into my account so i can get the right ones mines just stock with c channel rear bumper hitch and 31's i want to put some 33's and some kc lights also its got a 3'' exhaust from the first cat into side dump front a flomaster lol im trying to find a damn visor but local yards dont have much lol i manged to find a bug shield for $15 so thats installed now haha
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PostSubject: Re: Mild Prerunner Bronco   Sun Dec 16, 2012 11:15 pm

Ive known a few people with these you guys ever heard of a svo bronco i worked on / rode in one it was amazingly fast it also had a cold air intake programmer and exhaust.
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PostSubject: Re: Mild Prerunner Bronco   Mon Dec 17, 2012 12:10 am

Its still got the IFS, depending one what you do with the truck the Twin Traction Beam axles can be a hinder or a positive. Early on I chose a route of using it for a benefit. The TTB IFS is just terrible for a trail crawler rig, but the truck is too big to do that well IMO anyways. but they are amazing for wheel travel and durability for a IFS axle. I got 12" front and wheel travel yet it sits as high as my buddys 96 F250 stock with a camper and a powerstroke in it. ZF5 was just one of the best things I couldve ever done, friggin awesome jammin gears

I lucked out on my visor, paid $85 for it found at a small junkyard

Only seen a black SVT lightning Bronco on youtube, thats all. I believe it was one of the two that ford built
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PostSubject: Re: Mild Prerunner Bronco   Mon Dec 17, 2012 7:59 pm

Ive seen the svt too but the svo looked exactly like a regular one excpet for a few decals it was a 5.0 with a 5 speed and munual transfer case from the factory it would do 95 mph in 3rd gear lol we had it at about 125 mph once
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PostSubject: Re: Mild Prerunner Bronco   Mon Dec 17, 2012 11:00 pm

I had an 81 with the 302, Auto. It was a good truck for quite a while, but the TTB IFS was sh#t, and the 302 was too small.

I want a 69 with a 351. Or best scenario, a tricked out inline six,
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PostSubject: Re: Mild Prerunner Bronco   Tue Dec 18, 2012 9:39 am

i kinda wish my bronco had the good ole 300 6cyl lol it puts out the same amount or torqe as the 302 and its eaiser to work on.
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PostSubject: Re: Mild Prerunner Bronco   Tue Dec 18, 2012 12:20 pm

my dad has a '92 f-250 custom, its basicly the same thing as a bronco, seeing as they both use the same chassis. it has the I-6 in it, only 300 were made.
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PostSubject: Re: Mild Prerunner Bronco   Tue Dec 18, 2012 9:56 pm

I'd like to have a 78 bronco with a 6.9L diesel swapped in. They where the only full sized broncos that had a solid axle.

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My tractor: Craftsman LT1000, 17HP Briggs Now a 20HP Briggs Apposed Twin, 6 speed Dana Trans-axle pulley swapped to 15MPH, golf cart front suspension and tires, ATV tires on the back, Rear ATV rack, front brush guard.

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PostSubject: Re: Mild Prerunner Bronco   Tue Dec 18, 2012 10:31 pm

I thought the 79s had them too.

I still prefer the early body style, I always loved the Baja races when I was a kid..

Which is now available from Ford. You can buy an original body made from factory dies for a lot of old classic vehicles.

Like the 65 mustang, , the early broncos, and from other brands too, the 70 challenger/cuda. but be ready to empty your accounts to do it.

Also, you can buy pretty much everythin you need to build the classic engine to go in it.

You best have a big wallet.

You can build a classic vehicle using all brand new factory parts and pay over 100 grand to do it.

I got a 65 T-Bird we need to get rid of.

The OL has a 73 Challenger she won't part with
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PostSubject: Re: Mild Prerunner Bronco   Tue Dec 18, 2012 11:09 pm

Yes, Forgot to mention 78 and 79 had solid axles.

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My tractor: Craftsman LT1000, 17HP Briggs Now a 20HP Briggs Apposed Twin, 6 speed Dana Trans-axle pulley swapped to 15MPH, golf cart front suspension and tires, ATV tires on the back, Rear ATV rack, front brush guard.

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