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    Brent M

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

    Engine : 5.0 W/ GT-40 cast iron heads and headers, explorer cam. Flowmaster 60s, true duals. custom ram air in grille.

    Drivetrain : 8.8 stuffed w/4.56's turning 35x12.50x15 general grabbers on 15x10 AR steel wheels. 202,000 miles and still going strong.

    Transmission : no info

    VIN : no info

    Emerald green bedliner paint, with soft top in summer, hard top in winter. 6" Rough Country lift, (8" lift pitman arm to correct tie rod angle), dual steering stabilizers, custom light rack w/6-8" procomps, Smittybilt black dual tube bumper out front, Uniden CB, Kenwood CD player, full size spare.

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    Reviewed by: Kurt H 02/15/07 03:34PM

    is there a hole drilled in the roof for the lights in the lightbar? if so how was it sealed? if not how were the wires run? my email is thanks

    Reviewed by: Jj V 04/29/07 12:54AM

    Really nice. .i like your bronco alott . Where did you find that bumper at?

    Reviewed by: Bryan M 06/29/07 12:14AM

    tough lookin' ride.

    Reviewed by: Brent M 11/28/07 05:15PM

    Sorry its taken me so long to get back. Bumper is from FWPW, I did drill a hole in the roof in between the light bar legs. You want to be sure and drill it on the radius of the roof so no water puddles on it. Also, I used a simple grommet from an air valve stem off of a wheel, you can find them on the ground around any respectable tire place. You just snake the wires through the grommet, and be sure to use silicone on the ID of the grommet so no water gets through between the wires.

    Reviewed by: Timothy C 03/31/08 11:02PM

    nice bronco where did you get your soft top cause i have a 94 and want to do the same thing for the summer

    Reviewed by: Brent M 06/15/08 01:12PM

    I got the soft top from specialty tops. JBG has a better one now that has the channel instead of the snaps. The snaps break occasionally.

    Reviewed by: Tyler F 07/21/08 03:43PM

    can i get a website or phone number for the place u got that bumper thanks

    Reviewed by: Timothy C 03/20/09 06:50PM

    have you had any problems with your tie rods since you put the 8in pitman arm on in stead of the 6

    Reviewed by: Brent M 05/03/11 07:57PM

    sorry men, been on 3-1/2 year hiatus. wife got me the bumper from fwpw for birthday, not sure about website. Tie rods working great. Have u experienced any problems with longer pitman?

    Reviewed by: Jim G 05/04/11 08:13AM

    What does FWPW stand for?

    Reviewed by: Brent M 05/04/11 02:54PM

    Four wheel parts wholesale.