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Post a Picture of your lifted BroncoII

ecgreen

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Total Lift
3"
Tire Size
33


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No shame there @ecgreen

Looks good....
 

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ecgreen

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3"
Tire Size
33
Can we see more pics and specs?
More pics to come when I get it offroad later this month.

Specs:
- Dana 35 fully rebuilt out of a 92 Explorer - 4.56 gears and an Aussie locker (c-clip eliminator spring as well)
- Fully rebuilt ford 7.5 rear end with 4.56 gears and a Lockrite locker
- 33x10.5r15 Maxxis RAZR-MT tires
- James duff front and rear bumpers
- James duff stage 1 lift kit
- POS 2.9 out of another POS BII
- 100s of hours of my pathtic life, blood and swearing
 

ecgreen

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2WD / 4WD
4WD
Total Lift
3"
Tire Size
33
Thanks, been little bits done over the yrs. They're 35"12.5R15 Cooper STT
I had those tires on my Taco for awhile. Great offroad, good enough on road, but man did they wear down quick!

Anyhow, great build!
 

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Ranger 6", BII 4"
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Ranger 5sp, BII A4LD
Tire Size
Ranger 32", BII 28.5"
More pics to come when I get it offroad later this month.

Specs:
- Dana 35 fully rebuilt out of a 92 Explorer - 4.56 gears and an Aussie locker (c-clip eliminator spring as well)
- Fully rebuilt ford 7.5 rear end with 4.56 gears and a Lockrite locker
- 33x10.5r15 Maxxis RAZR-MT tires
- James duff front and rear bumpers
- James duff stage 1 lift kit
- POS 2.9 out of another POS BII
- 100s of hours of my pathtic life, blood and swearing

🧐 POS ???
 

Bird76Mojo

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2.9 does lack power but still gets the job done for what I do. I would love to have a 4.0 or a 5.0 but 💰💰💰💰
2.9 does lack power but still gets the job done for what I do. I would love to have a 4.0 or a 5.0 but 💰💰💰💰
A used 4.0 can be swapped in relatively easily.. For much cheaper than the 5.0 swap anyway... but....



Getting rid of the 2.9 = priceless.
 

JOSEPH169

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A used 4.0 can be swapped in relatively easily.. For much cheaper than the 5.0 swap anyway... but....



Getting rid of the 2.9 = priceless.
I was leaning towards that anyway unless I bite the bullet and put a 347 stoker in the Foxbody and take that old 5.0 from it and put it in the Bronco.
 
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JOSEPH169

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I had those tires on my Taco for awhile. Great offroad, good enough on road, but man did they wear down quick!

Anyhow, great build!
I don't drive it much at all on the street anymore. I have a Titan for my daily driver and sometimes drive my Foxbody
 

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