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    Mudonco

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    Chris G

    • Year:1979
    • Make:Ford
    • Model:Bronco

    Engine : 400m .040 over/Edelbrock intake/Holley 650 carb/Comp Cams xe268 cam/Headman Headers with 1 5/8" tubes and 3" Collectors/new Full 3" tubing and 3" in/out Flowmaster super44 chambered mufflers with turnouts in front of rear tires

    Drivetrain : c6 auto transmission with b&m stage2 shift kit np205 tranfercase with mods for twin stick (done myself) front high-pinion dana44 open diff stock 3.50 gears rear 9in factory ford t-lock diff stock 3.50 gears 38s and no lift (not any more :(

    Transmission : no info

    VIN : no info

    Not even red clay could slow it down so far with the bald 38s i had

    The Wish List!!!

    70s 351c closed chamber heads

    6in lift kit with full lift rear springs (no lift blocks they're a performance no-no)

    rear disk brake conversion

    full 8 point interior roll cage thru floor to frame with engine cage connected thru firewall then thru core support to brush guard

    homemade front heavy duty winch bumper welded to frame with full brush guard and 12,000 pound winch

    homemade rear heavy duty bumper with built-in receiver hitch

    homemade rock sliders

    38.5x14.50-15 super swamper tsl sx tires

    twin stick shifter

    front ARB air locker and better rear locker (broke one factory ford t-lock rear diff already)

    Comments (3)


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    Reviewed by: Josh S 05/17/12 07:38AM

    Comments:
    i have a 79 bronco and cant figure out if its able to go in 2WD? anybody know anything about getting a 79 bronco ranger XLT in 2WD?

    Reviewed by: Jacob T 06/07/10 02:46PM

    Comments:
    looks like a good work rig but it needs a lift kit

    Reviewed by: Chris G 08/14/12 11:14AM

    Comments:
    the np205 shift pattern is 4lo-n-2hi-4hi, 4hi is closest to the console

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