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    Pete C

    • Year:1975
    • Make:Ford
    • Model:Bronco

    Engine : 302 H.O., 600 Holley carb,Edelbrock perfomer intake, Headman headers, Hooker dual exahst, flowmaster 40 mufflers, 4 core radiator.Engine bay painted orange like exterior.

    Drivetrain : Dana 44 front and 9 inch in rear with 3 1/2" suspension lift, Twin stick D-20 transfer case. Now has power front disc brakes. Frame has been fully painted gloss black.

    Transmission : no info

    VIN : no info

    June 1st 2008, and its just about road ready. Just a little fine tunning to be done.

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    Reviewed by: Lou V 11/29/06 09:55AM

    Comments:
    Nice ride! what is that color?

    Reviewed by: Vincent S 06/14/07 10:59PM

    Comments:
    Nice job on the resto. Where did you find that hood scoop...Mustang? I gotta have one for mine. Good looking bronc man

    Reviewed by: Steve C 09/18/07 12:00AM

    Comments:
    Awsome Bronc ! I too would like to know where to get a hood scoop like that one? My Bronco is also uncut. Did you just use a 3.5" suspension lift without doing a body lift? And what size tires & wheels are you running? Your setup looks perfect!

    Reviewed by: Phil G 04/21/08 12:12PM

    Comments:
    Great start. Mine is also uncut and I would like to keep it that way. I would also like to know if you have a body lift and what size tires you are running. Thanks..

    Reviewed by: Pete C 04/29/08 10:18PM

    Comments:
    The tires are 32" with a 3 1/2" suspension lift. No body lift, Wheels are 15". Thanks for the great comments.

    Reviewed by: Scott V 05/13/08 11:19AM

    Comments:
    Looks real nice, do you have any problems with tire rub with that set up?

    Reviewed by: Pete C 05/15/08 10:05PM

    Comments:
    The tires never rub during street driving, but I wouldn't recomend this set up for off road unless you cut the rear quarters, they are about an 1 1/2" to 2" from the top of the tire.

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