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Hey everybody
94' Bronco Eddie Bauer
5.8 with Gibson Headers, MSD cap, rotor and coil, Ford 9mm wires, Jet Chip and k&n drop in.
e4od with 4R100 internals and a transgo stage II shift kit.
Dana60 high pinion king pin front with 4.88's and a Powerloc sitting under super duty X code springs
Sterling 10.25 rear with 4.88's and a Detroit sitting under F250 springs
37x13.50x16 Cooper Discoverer STT's on Factory Alcoa's
Cobra CB
front tube bumper.
Family cage.
Rear sliding windows.
Lariat 40/20/40 seat and I'm sure a few things I'm forgetting.
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June 21st, 2013, 3:43 pm
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Great looking bronco. Sounds a good solid build too. How do you like the 4.88s on the highway?

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June 21st, 2013, 4:11 pm
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June 21st, 2013, 4:19 pm
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Ptack1 wrote:
Great looking bronco. Sounds a good solid build too. How do you like the 4.88s on the highway?

4.88's and 37's run just like stock. I'm at about 2300 @ 70 mph


June 21st, 2013, 4:21 pm
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Nice looking Bronco with a good parts list. You run into clearance issues with those front spring hangers hanging down so low? I assume you had to do that to get the pinion angle and caster to work out?

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June 21st, 2013, 4:28 pm
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Dan90FSB wrote:
Nice looking Bronco with a good parts list. You run into clearance issues with those front spring hangers hanging down so low? I assume you had to do that to get the pinion angle and caster to work out?

No problems, it's all in the line you choose.


June 21st, 2013, 4:29 pm
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About time to link the front :)

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June 21st, 2013, 5:41 pm
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It drives 80 mph on 1000 mile road trips and also tows the boat so it won't be seeing links anytime soon. this truck is a family hunting rig/grocery grabber and I'm pleased with how it performs. When I build a dedicated off road rig I will link it.


June 21st, 2013, 5:49 pm
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It drives 80 mph on 1000 mile road trips and also tows the boat so it won't be seeing links anytime soon. this truck is a family hunting rig/grocery grabber and I'm pleased with how it performs. When I build a dedicated off road rig I will link it.


And with the simplicity of leafs comes durability and predictability.

Welcome to the group bud. :3some:


June 21st, 2013, 6:20 pm
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BrO-J wrote:
It drives 80 mph on 1000 mile road trips and also tows the boat so it won't be seeing links anytime soon. this truck is a family hunting rig/grocery grabber and I'm pleased with how it performs. When I build a dedicated off road rig I will link it.


And with the simplicity of leafs comes durability and predictability.

Welcome to the group bud. :3some:

True!!! Thank you Brother.


June 21st, 2013, 6:38 pm
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Toy Keeper wrote:
BrO-J wrote:
It drives 80 mph on 1000 mile road trips and also tows the boat so it won't be seeing links anytime soon. this truck is a family hunting rig/grocery grabber and I'm pleased with how it performs. When I build a dedicated off road rig I will link it.


And with the simplicity of leafs comes durability and predictability.

Welcome to the group bud. :3some:

Two each their own. :P

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June 21st, 2013, 8:18 pm
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Jrock wrote:
Toy Keeper wrote:
BrO-J wrote:
It drives 80 mph on 1000 mile road trips and also tows the boat so it won't be seeing links anytime soon. this truck is a family hunting rig/grocery grabber and I'm pleased with how it performs. When I build a dedicated off road rig I will link it.


And with the simplicity of leafs comes durability and predictability.

Welcome to the group bud. :3some:

Two each their own. :P

Thank you for permission to build my daily driver the way it serves me best. :angel:


June 21st, 2013, 9:25 pm
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where ya from?

also, welcome

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I reside in Pomona, SoCal. Most of my wheeling is done at Azusa Canyon, Big Bear, Giant Rock, Wrightwood, Cleghorn, truck haven, Pismo and Glamis


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