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  1. My theory is that it will be very similar to the 4-door Jeep Wrangler with a solid axle up front, a convertible top, removable doors and ripe for bolt on upgrades. I would think that the direction a lot of the restomod Broncos are headed is a good indicator of what the market is looking for. It might be a little more tame out of the gate so it's attractive to a wide audience but that will give them room to improve it over the future model years. What does everyone else think, it would be interesting to get everyone's opinion and then see what it really turns out to be. Dana
  2. New Clubs Feature

    Check out this new clubs feature we just added, let me know what you think... http://broncozone.com/clubs/ Dana
  3. Feature Truck Rules

    I want to open this up more to anyone who wants to show off a new build, if you have recently made a significant upgrade upload some pics and let us know here! Dana
  4. BroncoZone.com Forum Upgrade

    The upgrade went south the first time around so we had to restore from a backup so there was about 8-12 hours of activity that was lost. Thanks, Dana
  5. Hey everyone we just updated to the latest version of Invision Community, let me know what you think! Thanks, Dana
  6. 20-month '69 Bronco Mod Project

    Nice Ride!
  7. Bronco Zone site is fixed

    Hey guys, we are on a new server now with nothing else so we should be rock solid and the site should load faster than ever!
  8. Check it out at JBG... http://broncograveyard.com/registry/vehicles/32618/danas-bronco Dana
  9. Signature Data

    Good idea, I just updated mine! Dana
  10. Here is a post that was emailed to me by a gentleman who wanted to help out but not register... Try (lubrication) before you pry. Pull out the dipstick and turn it so you don't lose the drip of oil that comes with it out of the crankcase. Open the passenger door and carefully reach with the dipstick – still turning it so the drip doesn't fall and being careful not to get the dipstick over the upholstery. Place the oily end of the dipstick directly into the key slot (a second person might be handy to help with the aiming here) allowing the drip of oil that came from the crank case to go into the key slot. You can also transfer oil from the dipstick directly to the key. Return the dipstick to the engine compartment. Take your key and repeatedly insert it into the key slot, flipping it over and pushing it in and out about 100 times. Give the oil a few minutes to work its way into the cylinder. Try to start the vehicle. If your truck is like the Bronco I was trying to start, this is where the ignition lock behavior returns to normal. EXCEPT: after this procedure the key will be covered with oil and dirt every time you remove it from the cylinder. You're going to want to repeatedly put it in and take it out and clean it off as much as you can or the ignition key will spread motor oil everywhere. Cheers!
  11. Anyone going this year? Finally have my truck ready for some off road action! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bronco-daze-2013-registration-8141989911 Dana
  12. SuperMotors.net Acquisition

    Hey Rob, It uses about 2 Terabytes right now, definitely quite a bit... the bigger feat is figuring out how to keep up with the archiving incremental backups! It is also running on a stout database server with SSD drives. We are working on a whole new version of the site with more social interaction that should be going live very soon. If anyone wants to be on the beta tester list let me know here. Thanks, Dana
  13. ICON Bronco

    Not sure if anyone has posted this yet but I was fascinated to read this article after seeing the ICON Bronco in person at SEMA this year... http://www.autoblog.com/2011/10/31/icon-bronco-quick-spin-review/