On Topic 1995 Bronco: The Nuclear Unicorn

Andy Jones

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A few more photos of the Bronco progress .


























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Andy Jones

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Picked up a set of Fiberwerx bedsides from my buddy Brian, over at Fusion Offroad. The quality is subpar.. but a little bit of tuning and trimming should make them look nice.! Stoked to start knocking this task out.







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Tom_Willis

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How much fun was it replacing the stock body pucks with the solid aluminum ones? Can one person do it alone?
 

Andy Jones

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How much fun was it replacing the stock body pucks with the solid aluminum ones? Can one person do it alone?
It was a pain in the butt.! Lol
But yes.. one person can do it alone. My entire build has been a one man show!


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Andy Jones

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Few updates. Finished the Brakes and drove her out of the garage in front wheel drive. Got the Autofab Glass mounted. need to do a couple more tweaks and they’ll be perfect. Got my 3rd member and 12” 3.0 Bypass shocks for the rear. Almost go time !!!!










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AZFR8TRAIN

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That is one super nice bronco. I really like your master cylinder and brake set up. Wanna do that to my truck. I'm sure it was a thrill to drive it out even if only front wheel drive for now. Keep up the good work and I look forward to your updates. Again super nice build.


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Andy Jones

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That is one super nice bronco. I really like your master cylinder and brake set up. Wanna do that to my truck. I'm sure it was a thrill to drive it out even if only front wheel drive for now. Keep up the good work and I look forward to your updates. Again super nice build.


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Thank you ! It’s been a super fun and frustrating build . Lol


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isdtbower

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I also like the Master set-up. Perfect. A makes me think newer Broncos are cool.

I had solid tube cans for the bumps. A few months ago I wanted to change the stroke and couldn't get them out. The bump top was slightly lower than the can and collected junk and water. I finally had to carefully slice the can vertically to relieve the pressure. After I drove them out, I sliced the can within about 1/2" of the bottom. Now the water and crud drains. I don't think we need all that support. I think I have even seen some with the outside cut at an angle.

I am also a believer in rubber donuts on the bypass shafts as a bump stop. You can get them from circle track suppliers in different durometers. Less drama.
 

Andy Jones

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Here’s my latest photo ! I’ve been driving it around the neighborhood the past few days. So far, so good! Can’t wait to hit the dirt.!
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