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Engine : 400, put on a Quick Fuel 650 on top a Edelbrock performer intake then Headman headers
Drivetrain : stock
Transmission : no info
VIN : no info
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Reviewed by: Anders V 04/10/07 08:22PM
Reviewed by: Jarred G 08/29/07 07:14PM
where did u that shock tower for your bronco please help me out
Reviewed by: Larry H 08/31/07 07:13PM
the upper shock hoop is from Cage Off-Road Products in Oregon they work great with the extended radius arms that come with the Bullet Proof lift from JBG
Reviewed by: Erek V 08/03/08 10:24PM
sick effin grill!!! ima get one too....
Reviewed by: Louis V 08/03/08 04:57PM
love your bronco looks good
Reviewed by: Larry P 11/28/08 05:35PM
Iam tring to find the rigth lift and tire size for my 1979 Ford Bronco, and i like the set up you have on yours. Your profile says that you only have a 6" lift w/ 37" tires. (How wide are your tires?) But it looks like you have a lot of clearence for only having a 6" lift and 37's. Please tell me what you are running, and please help me pick the right lift and tire size! I'm wanting to go w/ 36" or 37" X 14.5 tires; And i want the clearence that you have. Thanks! Larry
Reviewed by: Larry H 12/11/08 06:24PM
To answer your question, the lift is sold as the 6" Bullet Proof Kit from JBG and yes it sits higher than most other 8" lifts I've pulled next to. The shock hoop was the only thing I had to order seprate. The tires are 37/12.5R17 I like the combination, the only time the tires rub is real tight turns and thats againts the radius arms not the fenders. The guys at JBG are great and can answer any questions you have. I know whats worked for me and am glad to answer any more questions even on the phone you can e-mail me at email@example.com for quicker response
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