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    Tyler B

    • Year:1993
    • Make:Ford
    • Model:Bronco

    Engine : 5.80

    Drivetrain : no info

    Transmission : no info

    VIN : no info

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    Reviewed by: Shane N 10/09/06 07:27PM

    yes.. this bronco is BAD ASS.. i have had many of rides of power braking.. every1 comment this ride please

    Reviewed by: Kenneth W 11/11/06 03:43PM

    hi my name is chris and i have a bronco that i would enjoy lifting and i was just wonder what brand of wheel and the width of tire you used also the brand of your lift so if you could email me bak at

    Reviewed by: Tyler B 12/01/06 10:38AM

    hey chris, it is a 4 in lift kit from if i were you i would go ahead and get a 6 in for about 60 more dollars the lift cost me 600.00 even with the swaybar drop bracket my wheels are 15/10 eagle alloys with 35/12.50 mastercraft curiser a/t the 35 are cramed in there but the dont rub i am bout to put a 2in body on it

    Reviewed by: David W 12/04/06 05:54PM

    Hello, Where did yo find the front bumper? This Bronco looks great! David

    Reviewed by: Alex B 12/12/06 07:39PM

    nice truck thats al i have to say

    Reviewed by: Tom S 01/24/07 04:08PM

    thats a winch bumper right? is that the one from broncograveyard?

    Reviewed by: Angela W 04/30/19 09:26AM

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