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    Bro-j Aka B350

    Not For Sale

    Ron D

    • Year:1994
    • Make:Ford
    • Model:Bronco

    Engine : 5.8L 351W with gibson headers and gibson catback exhaust, K&N drop in air filter, jet chip, trick flow underdrive pulleys, Ford racing 9mm plug wires, Hypertech coil, cap and rotor, 230 amp ambulance alternator and a 460 four row aluminum radiator t

    Drivetrain : Race built e4od with a race built stage II transgo shift kit, Jet Powershift, converted to a manual Borg Warner 1356, king pin Dana 60 with spicer hubs, a powerlock and 4.88's up frontand a visteon sterling with a detroit locker, 4.88's and a home made

    Transmission : no info

    VIN : no info

    Built by friends and I at "THE SHOP" in Pomona CA, JULY 2010 Fullsize Of The month on www.fullsizebronco.com. 1994 Eddie Bauer with a 40/20/40 six seater upgrade. The suspension and drive train have been upgraded to a home grown/junkyard/custom fab'd 1-ton with about 7" of lift running 37x13.50x16 Cooper Discoverer STT's on factory F350 aluminum rims running 40 psi on the hwy and 5 to 10 psi off road (great all around tire) all done at THE SH0P 4x4 in Pomona Ca, PIAA fog and flood lights, Cobra CB and a Firestick antenna ... and custom pre runner style front bumper.

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    Reviewed by: Garrett H 09/30/08 08:06PM

    Comments:
    hey man your truck looks great, looks brand new!

    Reviewed by: Ron D 11/28/08 04:31PM

    Comments:
    Thanks, Like everyone it's a work in progress

    Reviewed by: Ron D 12/12/09 01:43PM

    Comments:
    Thanks jim, more upgrades to come

    Reviewed by: Garrett H 01/14/09 06:30PM

    Comments:
    ive got one but a 1995. Just wondering if i could ask you how it worked out with the 33 inch tires? did you fit them on a stock bronco without having to shave the fenders and quarterpanels?

    Reviewed by: Ron D 01/17/09 12:43PM

    Comments:
    No SHAVING, No LIFT, and it does fine

    Reviewed by: Eric P 09/30/09 10:27AM

    Comments:
    hey I like the truck i got one just like it and like most people i hate the stock ttb front end so i was wondering how hard it was to put front axle in and what axles work up front the gears dont really matter im getting new ones any way

    Reviewed by: Ron D 10/25/09 07:13PM

    Comments:
    I'm running and recommend a Dana 60 but a Dana 44 will also fit... It wasn't too hard

    Reviewed by: Jim K 12/09/09 01:31PM

    Comments:
    pic # 12 is a much improved Bronco from pic #1 Nice job with the upgrades !!!!

    Reviewed by: Jason K 12/03/09 06:02AM

    Comments:
    that truck looks badass!!!!

    Reviewed by: Ron D 12/07/09 06:41AM

    Comments:
    Thanks Mayo... They ran great this weekend

    Reviewed by: Bobby O 03/18/10 11:33AM

    Comments:
    dude that is a bad asss truck!! i hope to see it out wheeling one day.

    Reviewed by: Allen D 02/15/10 09:18PM

    Comments:
    awesome truck, im really wanting to do what you did with the front seat, what year f-150 did you pull it out of, how much did you pay to have the seats wrapped?

    Reviewed by: Allen D 02/15/10 10:19PM

    Comments:
    well check out my truck n lemme know your opinions cause it looks like you got the right idea

    Reviewed by: Ron D 02/28/10 04:23PM

    Comments:
    I paid $100 for the seat and 600 to re upholster front and rear, it came out of a 96 xlt. Even the electric lumbar worked with mine. Leave your info allen cause I'm not sure wich truck is your.

    Reviewed by: Vince Z 03/07/10 03:07PM

    Comments:
    hey your setup is really nice, the best looking 94 ive ever seen. i got an 87 bronco its not on here yet, but i was wondering if you knew if a bench seat from an 88 f-150 would work with my truck?

    Reviewed by: Jason K 05/17/10 04:21PM

    Comments:
    nice looking bronco ron...........

    Reviewed by: Ron D 03/13/10 11:35AM

    Comments:
    The seat should bolt right in... If you don't have a bench already the holes for a bench will be in the floorboard under the carpet and they will have rubber plugs in them, remove the plugs and you have holes but they may not be threaded so you will have to ream them out and buy longer grade 8 bolts and lock nuts or use one size smaller, I was able to get it done in under an hour

    Reviewed by: Vince Z 03/14/10 12:12PM

    Comments:
    yea i got it in easily, but i jut put a seat cover over it for now. ill post some pictures of it as soon as i can. thanks for the help.

    Reviewed by: Allen D 03/15/10 02:50PM

    Comments:
    mines the maroon 93 with the 4 kc daylighters on top, you should be able to find it in the readers rides the main pic is on the beach with the top off

    Reviewed by: Ron D 03/18/10 08:33PM

    Comments:
    Hey Bobby which one is yours? I wheel all over Cali so if your around Ca you can run with us

    Reviewed by: Chris G 03/20/10 03:19AM

    Comments:
    looks so tuff

    Reviewed by: Ron D 03/20/10 08:55AM

    Comments:
    thanks chris

    Reviewed by: Jessie C 03/28/10 08:20AM

    Comments:
    Nice Bronco! I hope mine will look as good as yours someday.

    Reviewed by: Ron D 04/21/10 08:42PM

    Comments:
    Thanks, I try too keep it clean

    Reviewed by: Kevin A 04/18/10 09:26PM

    Comments:
    truck looks awesome. i love it!!!!!!!

    Reviewed by: Jim C 06/05/10 04:19PM

    Comments:
    Your Bronco looks great! I have a 95' I just swapped axels from a doner 78'. What did you do about the ABS? If anythig? jkcummings4x4@aol.com

    Reviewed by: Tim S 10/06/10 10:58PM

    Comments:
    What a beautiful truck!! Hope I get mine there soon!!

    Reviewed by: Erick M 11/26/10 11:14AM

    Comments:
    looks great love your truck

    Reviewed by: Erick M 11/26/10 11:14AM

    Comments:
    looks great love your truck

    Reviewed by: Ron D 11/26/10 11:45AM

    Comments:
    Thanks erick

    Reviewed by: William C 12/22/10 12:19AM

    Comments:
    Sweet bronco!!! I'm working my way up.... currently getting parts together for sas. What leaf springs did you use up front? Any info is greatly appreciated inkyobody@hotmail.com

    Reviewed by: Ron D 12/22/10 02:42AM

    Comments:
    Superduty x code from a 2001 diesel powered f250 superduty

    Reviewed by: William C 12/22/10 09:36AM

    Comments:
    Thanx Ron!!!

    Reviewed by: Traci F 01/08/11 04:08AM

    Comments:
    Ron, it was an improvement when you removed the original running boards!!! She is extremely HOT!!!!

    Reviewed by: Ron D 03/07/11 02:32PM

    Comments:
    Thanks traci

    Reviewed by: Derek H 04/05/11 07:30PM

    Comments:
    Nice truck how do you keep the wheels n tires so polished n shiny after playin?

    Reviewed by: Ron D 04/05/11 07:43PM

    Comments:
    Scrub them and armor all them. Armor all collects dirt but once you gobthrough the water it washes off the dirt and the shine appears again.

    Reviewed by: Derek H 04/07/11 03:41PM

    Comments:
    Great thanks!

    Reviewed by: Ryan K 08/24/11 02:18PM

    Comments:
    Your in the running for the sickest Bronco on JBG. Sick truck man keep up the work

    Reviewed by: Ron D 09/09/11 06:29AM

    Comments:
    Thanks Ryan, it's always a work in progress.

    Reviewed by: Armando G 10/25/11 08:40PM

    Comments:
    i have a couple questions for you im doing the same thing for my 1989 351 bronco and i have the dana 60s already but im woundering what drive shafts you use did you have to use a different transfer case or did you custom make them

    Reviewed by: Ron D 10/27/11 06:16AM

    Comments:
    I sent you an email armando

    Reviewed by: Jeff P 11/09/11 07:18PM

    Comments:
    That is one sweet RIDE, looks like fun!!!

    Reviewed by: Ron D 11/23/11 12:09PM

    Comments:
    Thanks Jeff

    Reviewed by: Cody W 04/22/12 05:38AM

    Comments:
    hey if you would email me at chwood@wpi.edu i have some questions on the SAS swap i have heard different things about the swap but have yet to talk to someone who used leaf springs with the crumple section and that is what i am looking to do. so if you would send me an email with some tips and advice, thanks

    Reviewed by: Zackary L 01/27/12 04:24PM

    Comments:
    Where did u get bracket for front to make leaf spring?

    Reviewed by: Ron D 01/27/12 04:28PM

    Comments:
    "THE SHOP 4x4" Pomona CA, ask for Ed 909-202-2477

    Reviewed by: Brad R 02/06/12 11:35PM

    Comments:
    Nice rig bro... I especially like the triple black look. Looks like you moved the front axle forward a tad when you redid the front suspension to increase the approach angle... I like that.

    Reviewed by: Ron D 02/07/12 02:44PM

    Comments:
    The front axle is about 3" forward

    Reviewed by: Josh P 02/08/12 10:47AM

    Comments:
    Nice rig man i got an 85 that i want to do a solid axle swap on but having ifs with 33's i havemt had any complaints.

    Reviewed by: Ron D 02/08/12 12:22PM

    Comments:
    No needfor sas till you go big

    Reviewed by: Eric S 03/15/12 06:37PM

    Comments:
    Love it man. I use to drive mine like that but now its so nice im afraid to get it dirty. I love the pics. Great job. Eric (Nasti 1)

    Reviewed by: Ron D 03/15/12 08:11PM

    Comments:
    Thanks eric

    Reviewed by: Kristopher B 03/17/12 11:54PM

    Comments:
    Do you have a special or custom tire rack for the spare? I have 37.5 tires and 17” wheels I have my original rack and I don’t know if it is strong enough to hold it on the road.

    Reviewed by: Ron D 03/19/12 07:57AM

    Comments:
    That's the stock tire rack but I plan on building a bumper with a better one.

    Reviewed by: Sal F 05/18/12 11:00AM

    Comments:
    sikk i love it

    Reviewed by: Joe D 03/13/13 08:14PM

    Comments:
    hello beautiful bronc...You looking to sell? whats your price?

    Reviewed by: Ron D 03/13/13 08:38PM

    Comments:
    I love it, I never really thought about selling it.

    Reviewed by: Johannah L 10/16/13 07:29AM

    Comments:
    I love it I have an 88 bronco and i want to replace the doors with cargo netting , got any ideas

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