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    Shane S

    • Year:1992
    • Make:Ford
    • Model:Bronco

    Engine : took the stock 302fuel injected motor out and went with edelbrock 600 cfm carb aluminum intake hei billet distributor 8.8mm wires accel plugs long tube headers holley electronic fuel pump braided steel fuel lines comp cams 512 lift 280 duration cam trick

    Drivetrain : tires are 35 12.50 15 in front 35 14.50 15 in the rear c4 tranny with shift kit 2500 stall converter dana 44 ifs 8.8 rear 456 gears it has ranch hand bumbers front and rear

    Transmission : no info

    VIN : no info

    i built a 4 inch lift used super lift spring made all the drop brackets dual front shocks from skyjacker custom made a shock rear dampner for the rear to get reid of the wheel hop from using blocks in the rear the inside is all done in bedliner all electronics are marine so no problem washing the truck out will have more pics coming i bought the bronco from a buddy for 200

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    Reviewed by: Brian K 02/27/09 05:41AM

    Comments:
    do you have a lift? and what size tires are those?

    Reviewed by: Shane S 11/29/09 03:00PM

    Comments:
    the bumber is a ranch hand for a newer model f250 had to trim it down and make my own brakets it was a pain but well worth it the rear is also a ranch hand for a 1996 chevy trimed it as well

    Reviewed by: Shane S 11/26/09 07:20PM

    Comments:
    it is a work in progress i have all new doors and fendoors working on a roll cage

    Reviewed by: Vince Z 11/28/09 02:22AM

    Comments:
    hey, nice looking bronco; where did you get that bumper i've been looking for one?

    Reviewed by: Zachary D 12/11/09 07:50AM

    Comments:
    why do you have two different sizes of tires?

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