I don't see how a Chevy K5 can run A arm IFS and remain 4x4 because they were never built that way from the factory. But I do agree with allowing coil overs instead of springs. If you allow a Chevy Blazer to run A-arms because they are available on pick-ups, then Ford Broncos should be able to do the same.
OK real question and reasoning here. I am torn between 78/9 Bronco and 1980 Scout.
Would probably like to run TTB either way. Scout = Stock frame w TTB conversion or no ?
Scout = Nissan dsl originally IH trucks could get a Cummins I believe , No doubt that a Nissan can get a Cummins so can my Scout w Cummins 6BT be C 3 or not ?
My UTV play cage is almost done and I would like to start making a little noise on this project.
Because the three that have been built all have been forced to class 8 per the rulesThe ttb bronco advantage that everybody has been afraid of hasn't materialized in the last 20years. What has there been 3 of them in that time and run about 15 races between them all? Damned unicorns!