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66-96 Ford Broncos - Early & Full Size


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  1. It's a Rough Country 6 inch lift. I didnt have to change the radius arms, even thought they were after market.

    Ive had 2 offers to buy it since I did it....NO

  2. Finally got my 6 inch lift finished. 



  3. Dirtroadmode

    My 1995

    1995 Bronco XLT. 4 inch lift with 35 inch rubber
  4. I currently have an aftermarket 4-inch lift, "up for debate", some people tell me it's only a 2-inch lift. Its got 15-10 wheels with 35s on them. What do I have to do to get a 6-inch lift? Have been told that I need new drive lines, and a 500.00 alignment when it's done. I have been quoted from 2000.00 to 4000.00 to get the job done. The radius arms they say have to be replaced, so I'd have to buy a complete kit with shocks and new radius arms. Also, I have dual shocks in the front left and right and this cannot be changed. The brackets are welded I just want a real honest answer.
  5. Anyone know where I can purchase a couple of new armrests for 1995 bronco?
  6. Thanks for all the info. I'll post pics when I finish it.
  7. Does anyone know, Will the grille from a 1995 f-150 fit a 1995 bronco? I have found a custom grille and I hope I can use it.
  8. Thanks for the great advice all! This is a great site. I'll let you know what I find.
  9. I've developed an issue in the past week, with my 95 Bronco. Runs and shifts great, but when I stop and then start again, it gives a slight clunk like something is shifting or slipping. Axle? or maybe u joint? Any suggestions?
  10. I bought my 1995 Bronco almost the same as it sits. Just added wheels tires, new grille, headlights, a little more lift and light bar. I love my Bronco. Although Iv'e had enough of the "O.J." jokes.
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