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    Matt M

    • Year:1993
    • Make:Ford
    • Model:Bronco

    Engine : 5.0L out of my uncles 98 Explorer that he flipped. Has the GTP iron heads and an E303 cam with shorty headers,Off road Y-pipe, Flowmaster dual exhuast, Mass air conversion from PMAS with a Baumann trans controler.

    Drivetrain : New remanufactured E40D, rebuilt rear with Ford Racing Trac Lok with 4.56's, JBG axles.

    Transmission : no info

    VIN : no info

    I got my bronco about 3 years ago off my dad. Since then I've replaced the engine, trans, rebuilt the rear, new bushings up front, new shocks, U joints, ball joints, Manual hubs, 3 inch body lift,6 inch skyjacker with soft ride coils and leafs. No blocks.. new carpet, Dick Cepek DC-1 15/10 wheels with 35/12.50/15 BFG Mudterrains 2.. the new ones.. , New hood, left fender, tail gate, new paint from the Dodge daytona package Tangerine Metallic PVE. Kenwood Cd, boston aquistic's in doors, polks in rear with 3 12 inch kicker comp VR's with 1000 watt rockford amp. Fog lamps in front bumper, Billet grill. front bumper, JBG rear bumper painted to match the truck, and later down the road I'd like to get wider wheels with 38X15.50X20 with 8 lug rears and a 7.3 Powerstroke swap!!!

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    Reviewed by: Eric R 08/07/06 11:50AM

    hey man nice ride i got a 96 i was wondering how hard the 3 in body lift was to put on

    Reviewed by: Matt M 08/08/06 07:19PM

    It wasn't bad at all, the hardest part were the core support bolts, they were completely rusted and the bushings and everything were all stuck together. You also have to cut through your frame to move the front bumper up and on the rear bumper just take the left bracket and put it on the right side, and the rt on th lf. then drill new holes in the frame to mount the brackets.

    Reviewed by: Alex T 02/20/07 06:51PM

    where did you find the grill?

    Reviewed by: Matt M 02/27/07 05:49PM

    I got the grill for my Dad years ago when it was his truck. But they are all over Ebay.

    Reviewed by: Steven W 03/17/07 06:24PM

    Nice truck, like the paint...

    Reviewed by: Nick H 04/20/07 06:27PM

    very clean. like the rims

    Reviewed by: Tom S 09/13/07 04:53PM

    god damn son...u put money into that truck...only if i had enough money to throw around to make it look like that...i like the new bumper tho, its fresh

    Reviewed by: Stacie B 10/13/07 07:13PM

    Very Sexy!!

    Reviewed by: Nathan H 10/28/07 01:31PM

    Nice ride, very clean...where did you get the k&n cold air intake kit and how much was it. Thinkin bout gettin one for there a noticeable difference in power with it? Thanks.

    Reviewed by: Jamen V 04/12/13 01:42PM

    where did you get the new bumper from.i had one on my other bronco i had years ago and want the bumper for my new one. but i cant remember where i got it.

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