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Post a Picture of your lifted BroncoII



Uncle Gump

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You snuck that one in there... nice looking truck!

Love the stance... maybe you can share what you got going with tires/wheel specs.

I also need a pair of those steps. Someday I'm thinking rock sliders with an integral step... but until that becomes reality...
 

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You snuck that one in there... nice looking truck!

Love the stance... maybe you can share what you got going with tires/wheel specs.

I also need a pair of those steps. Someday I'm thinking rock sliders with an integral step... but until that becomes reality...
Thanks Uncle Gump. It's got the sky jacker 5" w extended length radius arms, 8.8 and dana35 both done at Randy's, I love the Detroit trutrac in the rear. M5odr1, everything from a 91 explorer rebuilt, 4.0 w the Odessa heads and the comp cams 410 cam and ceramicoated headman headers and it sounds so cool. I don't care if little hp gain, the sound is perfect. The rims were just $50 steel wheels w 3" offset till I can afford beadlocks. 456 gears w 33x10.50s. Next up trimming the fenders and maintaining the lines so she can flex. Thanks for asking.
 

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Thanks Uncle Gump. It's got the sky jacker 5" w extended length radius arms, 8.8 and dana35 both done at Randy's, I love the Detroit trutrac in the rear. M5odr1, everything from a 91 explorer rebuilt, 4.0 w the Odessa heads and the comp cams 410 cam and ceramicoated headman headers and it sounds so cool. I don't care if little hp gain, the sound is perfect. The rims were just $50 steel wheels w 3" offset till I can afford beadlocks. 456 gears w 33x10.50s. Next up trimming the fenders and maintaining the lines so she can flex. Thanks for asking.
Well now I get to be envious of not only better paint... but a fresh 4.0L/M5OD. Nice job... you built yourself a keeper.

I'm looking for wheels/tires for mine. It's a sizable enough investment... I only want to do it once. They look like 8 inch wide... or are they only 7? Talking "offset" on wheels gets messy... do you know the backspace?

And seriously... if I don't put some steps on it... the wife said she was gonna put a For Sale sign in the window. What brand step is that? Maybe a part number or a link to the item?
 

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They are rubbery and built for jumping
 

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Since I haven't been able to find one of these post solly for the modified/lifted B2's here. And the galleries are so out of date.

Everyone knows what My B2 looks like. I'll post a pictures when I'm closer to finishing the mods I've got on the go now.

Lets get the ball rolling and see how many guys are on here.
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Mine is not lifted, but does have oversized tires… that count?
 

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We live on the wrong side of the Mississippi to run those.

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Mr _fusion... what.... WHAT?

4.0L SOHC swapped... front coil over... melting in the air... dune cruiser. If you would be willing to share your build... I think @Jim Oaks would be willing to hear you out.

I'm kinda curious about the wheels and tires myself. Are those 33x10.50x15 on 8 inch wide wheels?
 

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very nice, what lift kit did you use?
what size wheels/tires?
Thanks, it's mostly homebrewed parts, but modeled after ranger stx front geometry. Wheels are factory Alcoa F150/Bronco, tires are 33x12.50x15.
 

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