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    Chris H

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

    Engine : 1970 460cid w/ edelbrock manifold truck avenger carb ,l&l 3/4 length headers,custom mandrel bent2.5inch y-pipe w/ 3inch full exhaust, hei distributor, and electric fans from JBG

    Drivetrain : C-6 w/ NP205 f/r 1979 Dana 60s dedenbear Cs w/ 1350 joints and 7inch slip yokes, 4 wheel discs, 79 f-350 2wd booster/master

    Transmission : no info

    VIN : no info

    Has 9" skyjacker coils, Cage radius arms and shock hoops Bullet Proof trail proof steering. Deaver rear springs w/ custom Sky Manufacturing 6"shackles and home made shackle flip/relocation. Recently added 1inch zero rate add-a-leafs and moved the rear back 1.5inch. Next up is a set of lockers, 5.13 gears and shafts, hydro-assist and some internal engine mods

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    Reviewed by: Aaron P 05/11/07 10:53AM

    When you did the Sky Fip did it move your axle forward at all. I did the Sky flip and now my axle looks off-center. I also have the 5.5 superlift rear springs, any ideas?

    Reviewed by: Chris H 06/10/07 05:11AM

    I did not notice any difference in the position of the rear. I am in the process of installing a set of deaver 6" springs and a home grown shackle flip with sky 6" shackles(beafy s.o.b.s). you could try those Zero rate add a leafs that have a option to move the axle back

    Reviewed by: Will H 01/31/09 06:44PM

    can't beat a good set of boggers

    Reviewed by: Raymond T 04/24/09 04:59PM

    hey if you don't mind I would like some info on how you put your d60 in

    Reviewed by: Zackary L 12/11/11 10:57PM

    I have a few questions if you could maybe email me

    Reviewed by: Josh S 05/07/12 08:04AM

    EMERGENCY PLEASE HELP! Guys i have a rod knocking in my very nice bronco. i have a lot of money in my truck. i am out of money and trying to save up for lifts. would it be cheaper to fix it, or just throw a 460 in it?