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89 b-2 d-44 9" custom everything!
89 b-2 d-44 9" custom everything!
89 b-2 d-44 9" custom everything!

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Date Posted 11-26-2011 02:07 AM Number Of Views 923
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Title 89 b-2 d-44 9" custom everything!
Engine 2.9 fresh
Transmission Manual
2WD or 4WD 4WD
Tires & Wheels 35x14.5x15 on 32 bolt beadlocks
Suspension 6" front springs with custom long arms and mounts, rear 4" leafs
Axle, Gears, Lockers 79 bronco 44 with spool and 4.56 gears and yukon shafts and yukon solid joints and reid knuckles with very custom highsteer setup.
rear is a spooled 70f-100 big bearing 9" and 4.56 gears completly trussed and a pinion guard.
Description ok i have raised the engine 3" and made a custom engine crossmember with urathane mounts for the solid axle clearance, also the front axle is pushed forward 3.5" for better aproach angle. th foorboards are all expanded metal for weight savings andextra visual aid when a spotter isnt available, also i raised the trans and t-case for aided ground clearance, also mounted to a very custom trans mount and crossmember for added clearance. the radius arm mounts have been located to the outside of the frame for clearance ,also i raised the rocker panels 11" and added 2x4 boxed sliders. the front 8" of the frame is bobbed and i made a welded to the frame bumper to hold my 9k super winch. the optima battery has been relocated behind the passenger seat ,which gets powered by a 200amp alternator. the dash was created when i was removing non escential wiring (not fun)! the cage is a combo of dom and mold steel tubing, nothing less than .120 wall. the occupied compartment is 1 5/8 and most of the rest is 1.50 and 1.25 .120wall. 4 hid off road lights and full 360% rock lights , im in the process of converting them into led for less amp draw.pt cruiser headlights were installed to aid in the look of the tube front end. the rear end is dovetailed and soon to be four linked with a forsale sign on it. next is a ranger build cuz i havnt done one yet!

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