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post #61 of 132 (permalink) Old 01-28-2006, 03:46 PM
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Hello from Monticello,

I'll be posting my 79 here at FSB in the classifieds soon

I also have a 4" lift for sale

here's some links for now:
Truck = http://broncozone.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=6053



Lift = http://broncozone.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=6054

I wish I had the means to keep the Bronco, I've had the lift for a long time and never scraped up the dough for wheels & tires etc... You know the drill.

besides bills there are To many hobbies and too little $.
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post #62 of 132 (permalink) Old 03-31-2006, 09:57 PM
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Savage here. MINNESOTA KICKS ASS!


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post #64 of 132 (permalink) Old 05-09-2006, 10:28 AM
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I didn't realize there were so many people in Minnesota on here!! I am in Sauk Centre, about 40 miles west of St. Cloud, anyone know any good trails up this way?
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Hi all Bronco Fans......

Hi all, Im new here but thought id post. Im from Princeton, mn. Nothing too special bout my Bronco Just a 1995 XLT w/ 351w ... has Leather... Hoping to fixer up a bit. Have Fun, Be Cool!
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Did anyone go to the get together? How did it go? Sounded like fun. I guess i Heard about it too late...
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Edina. Anyone know of any trails and such close to the Twin Cities.
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Edina. Anyone know of any trails and such close to the Twin Cities.
Only real trails I know of are the ones up in Gilbert. But there's so much damn construction going on around here that I just ask the site owners if I could do a little wheeling in their spare dirt. Most of the time it's no, but a few have said yes. I'm not for illegal off roading so I ask first.

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...And Spider Lake west of Pine River.

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have you guys ever been to the iron range trails? ive got a cabin up in ely, i was thinking about possibly checking it out
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have you guys ever been to the iron range trails? ive got a cabin up in ely, i was thinking about possibly checking it out
That would be the ones in Gilbert. If I remember correctly, MikeW went there last year and posted his pics up, and I believe BrokeCuzWheelin just posted a thread on their trip there over Memorial weekend. I'd love to go, but that's too far for me to drive the bronco. Maybe someday when I get a trailer (or a friend with a trailer).

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were is dresbach? I don't think i've heard of it.

Are the trails in hastings, around the river still around? If any one knows i would like to check those out.


I've gone to mess around on the logging roads in Nemaji state forrest,It's best to go after a rain for obvious reasons.

Theres a guy i always see advertising in truck trader for all sizes mud tires,for sale mud trucks, & land to wheel on for a small fee. He's out of bloomington when i see it again i'll post up a number if anyone is interested, i don't think it's trails but rather mud bogs, swampland kind of thing.
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ill bring the thread back to life

i own a 93 xlt bronco and some other rigs
i drink beer, and wrench on stuff


just saying hello

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Eh, I'll bite. I'm from Fairmont right by the Iowa border. I've got an '89 XLT, black and 99% stock right now.
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Rochester MN. Anyone go to the Toys for Tots trail ride around here in October?
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i live in champlin. can anyone help me with the rear brakes? i know nothing about breakes and mechanic said they are shot
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i live in champlin. can anyone help me with the rear brakes? i know nothing about breakes and mechanic said they are shot
bring your pads and beer, i'll teach you somethin

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