Wow! Awesome job! Im currently starting to build my 96 Bronco. If possible can you give some details on your build? Looking for real world suggestions feedback.....
Do you have a locker or spool? If locker which one?
How much wider are the beams and rear end? Thanks in advance!
Sweet!! If you seem jammin by, say hi!Nice bronco. I like the older big Broncos and Blazers. Looks to be a well thought out build.
Thank you very much!
Do you project any frame issues as time goes on? Or did you address it with boxing the frame.
I hard faced the frame in multiple locations. I’ll be re-building the entire engine cage section after this season, to tie it into the cab cage area to make it more rigid.
Any issues with the front tires rubbing on the fenders since they don't fully cover the tires? Or do they fold in as the suspension compresses and they clear.
They cycle into the fenders.
being a solid axle on my Blazer, I don't have that luxury.
Buddy cracked his frame on his Blazer. he did a linked coil over in front.
I'll be out at KoH with my Blazer and a few buddies with theirs.
Favorite bronco build, really good job. I am planning out my set up now, probably not as wild but I will be doing a stock width/mid travel set up with some desolate TTB parts. I got a couple of questions if I may ask you.
I know you are running 4.88 gears on 37’s, I plan on going 35’s with either 4.56 or 4.88, what would you recommend? I would not like to go bigger tire than 35 because of the high altitude where I live (Around 6k feet above sea level) and the 5.8 pulls all right but definitely lacks power up here.
What else have you done transmission/motor wise? I plan on put a bigger oil cooler on trans and maybe a punisher valve body or shift kit, then shorty headers and a true dual set up for the exhaust, but I’m afraid of it being really slow with the bigger tires. A couple of years ago I regraded with 4.88 a friends Jeep with 37’s and at this altitude it was still pretty slow