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66-96 Ford Broncos - Early & Full Size
rushcanuck

1995 "Pretty Penny"

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Started out as a stock 1995 Bronco 351 E4OD. bought her for $1800 in 2010 as my first car. Since Ive bought a set of 33's, rebuilt the engine, swapped in a ZF5, 4" procomp-II lift, and now a set of 35's. got plans to become a pre-runner

 

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ford blue engine block, with a satin black powder coated intake and valve covers. its got a comp roller torque cam, ported heads, ported intake, and ported manifolds soon to be long tube headers. it now has a MSD ignition system with taylor wires

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A few more pics from the lift and the tranny swap

 

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Prior to installing the carpet, she looks like she came with the ZF5 from factory

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and a pictures of mine and a buddys bronco

 

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the next step is 12" travel bilstein 5160's with modified F250 shock towers for the front, and 5100's for the rear. Also a good set of rear leafs and longer shackles

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anything with a 5x5.5 bolt pattern will. I believe Dodge half ton rims work as well. the ZF5 has gotta be by far the best modification Ive made, I was also pondering the 7.3PS swap but I came to the conclusion that the only benefit to me would be the fuel economy, and for the price of the swap I could buy a lot of gas! not to mention the weight the diesel would put on the front axle

 

heres acouple videos

 

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yo RUSH, Nice Bronco!

 

You have done a lot to keep it where it belongs; on & off road!

 

GL!

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