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    Full Size Broncos of IBB

    Let's see those 1978 to 1996 beauties!




    Here's my '94 that just had a 1ton 10.25 dually axle swapped in:
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    '94 Ford Bronco XL / Sky's ORD 6"lift / Sterling 10.25 dually / HMMWV tires / Bilstein shocks

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    Helping a family from church haul off a load of junk with my 94 D44 SAS, 8-lug outers, H2 wheels, D60 rear


    Just finished fabricating a hidden winch mount, not sure how to rotate the second picture

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      #3
      My 96 daily driver. 351/E4OD/BW1356. 2½" lift, 3/4 ton swap (8-lug TTB + 10.25), 315s

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      My 88. 460/C6/203/205. D60/D70.
      Still in the rebuild phase, but were getting closer to driving it again

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      Last edited by reptillikus; 07-05-2020, 11:19 AM.
      88 bronco // 96 bronco // 96 f250

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        #4
        here are a couple pics of my bronco form early this year...


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          #5
          My 96 XLT Sport.
          408w, built E4OD. Still trying to decide between cut and turn TTB, or SAS.
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            #6
            Originally posted by Wheelin66bronco View Post
            My 96 XLT Sport.
            408w, built E4OD. Still trying to decide between cut and turn TTB, or SAS.
            I've already decided on an '05+ Dana 60 SAS swap.


            About the only thing I'll have to add is a trac bar.

            Everything else is pretty much plug-N-play.
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            '94 Ford Bronco XL / Sky's ORD 6"lift / Sterling 10.25 dually / HMMWV tires / Bilstein shocks

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              #7
              Originally posted by CDA 455 II View Post

              I've already decided on an '05+ Dana 60 SAS swap.


              About the only thing I'll have to add is a trac bar.

              Everything else is pretty much plug-N-play.
              Ya, I'm leaning that way also.
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                #8
                I lost most of my pics on my old phone, but I have a 90 Bronco. 351w, 35 spline 9" with Detroit, long arm ttb lift ( for now, I have a solid 44 and an arb in a box that needs to go in) and a few other things. It failed smog a while ago and I didn't have the money or to fix so she's been sitting for a couple years. Planning on getting her going again and getting rid of the teenager mods from when I first built it, turning it into a nicer daily driver and dumping my Cherokee I've been driving. I'll start a build thread when I dig it out again, but expect slow progress between work, family farm and a two year old "helping".

                Edit, forgot the drivetrain. Swapped in a np435 with a 203/205 doubler.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Wheelin66bronco View Post
                  My 96 XLT Sport.
                  408w, built E4OD. Still trying to decide between cut and turn TTB, or SAS.
                  Go fast rigs make pretty capable all around wheelers. If you aren’t strictly playing in the rocks, and don’t see going over a 37” tire, I’d lean towards cut and turned beams and a 9” rear
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ID:	75055 Going way back here. Well before the rust really set in. That is my 88. It’s a 302 and an aod. It went through a couple rear ends, and I beat the hell out of the underside of, but it took surprisingly little body damage being wheeled. Between rust, and a pretty severe knock from the lower end, it’s been sitting for the past 7ish years, waiting for me to find the time and the funds to do something with it. Plan is fix the body rust, rebuild the engine and trans, and stuff super duty running gear under it and a set of 40s
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                      My 96 getting an upgrade from 5.0 to 5.8

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                        #12
                        85 bronco posing for a flex test



                        And climbing a hill in Moab

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by Bigblue 94 View Post
                          85 bronco posing for a flex test



                          And climbing a hill in Moab
                          Nice looking Bronco, still running the TTB? '80-'86 are my favorite out of the '80-'96 Broncos.

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by '84 Bronco II View Post

                            Nice looking Bronco, still running the TTB? '80-'86 are my favorite out of the '80-'96 Broncos.
                            Yessir, still on the TTB. Figured if it aint broke, dont fix it. Ive got a BJ D60 waiting for that day and sterlings are a dime a dozen.

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                              #15
                              Doin' some exploring....my 96:



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