Join Date: Dec 2006
Location: Co Springs, CO FINALLY!!!! Woohoo!!
Bronco Info: 1993 EB 351W, SAS'd 44, 37" Hummvee tires, 10.25 rear, smittybilt 12k winch homemade mount
so now that i've teased you a little bit....here's some background info on the bronco....
it's a 1993 Eddie Baur that i bought for $2800 in 2010 after selling my jeep. it's the second bronco i've owned. the first was a 94 with a 4" tuff country lift and 35's. this is by far the most i've ever built any vehicle. This is the 6 vehicle i've built and every time i've done a little bit more and more until i gained the confidence to do the things i've done to this one.
it had 147,000 miles on it when i got it. it's got about 170,000 on it now. being an Eddie Baur, it came with a 5.8L, automatic trans and transfer case, leather, captains chairs, power everything. i've since ditched the TTB for a solid 44 from a 79 bronco stuffed withh 4.88's, lockright, chromoly shafts and 79 f250 outers for an 8 lug conversion and brake upgrade. the rear is a sterling 10.25 full floater with 35 spline shafts, 4.88's and lockright out of a 1990 f250. prior to the SAS i had a dick cepek class 2 6" lift on it. i've also swapped in a zf5 speed to get rid of the E4OD along with a manual tcase. i did a 6Litre tune up on it as well (second upgrade i did). I want to say thanks to the many people on FSB that helped me along the way and for the knowledge this site has in it. Without either, the bronco would not be what it is today. Fox Bravo, Brochoncho, Rusty Shackleford, Swat, Shadowfax, Hefty, Wilson's Off Road in Fayetteville, NC, Tanner 4x4 in Colorado Springs thank you. Anyone else that's helped along the way thanks as well. Don't be mad if i left you out, it wasn't intentional. And a big thanks goes out to Norfolkff0 for nominating me....again.