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post #61 of 165 (permalink) Old 07-12-2016, 10:47 AM
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At this point, 96Bronco is working my vote. You Know me, I like myself a Bronco that hits the trail rather than an a all show and no go. I never have wanted to be a wanna be!!! I"m just waiting to see the picture when his foot steps become rock sliders. =^D
Thanks!! You know its coming!! The steps met and unfortunate demise, but I am going to let the suspense build for a bit more..
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I just recently took to the front suspension. I was tired of how bouncy it was with the cheapo shocks and skyjacker springs. I figured if I'm going to be buying new shocks and springs, then I might as well build some radius arms, too! Turned out to be quite the project, but I sure am glad I did it!

Here is the junk I had before.





So, I started ripping everything out and collecting parts. I drew up the axle brackets and had them cut on the waterjet at work. Sure was nice





Comparison of the drop at the frame.





Cut the "C's" off the axle. This D44 was out of a 77 so I had the welded on wedges.







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Needed some crazy header clearance.





Tubing cut and notched.







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Cut up the old brackets to make these.





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Everything all installed!





Time for limit straps and bump stops. I just got some pro-comp limit straps and Daystar Stinger bump stops. Overall, the bumpstops aren't worth the money. Either spend the extra for hydraulic, or get cheaper poly ones.



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After finishing it, I am very pleased. The limiting factor now is the CV joint on the front driveshaft as it binds about 2 in. before the shock is extended. I have a plan to help with that. The front soaks up the bumps amazingly well!
Time for the rear suspension this week!

Here is a crappy quality video on some small moguls. I would like to have found a better spot, but this is what I had to work with.

http://vid1033.photobucket.com/album...pspxt9pbaj.mp4

And here is a video taken/edited by DuneTV at silver lake over Memorial Day.


Not the best pass, but at least you get an idea how it runs here.

http://vid1033.photobucket.com/album...ps6w9ito79.mp4


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The ripple effect

We all know that you can't upgrade one thing without impacting a dozen other things right? After running the 33's for a while, 2 things really jumped out at me:

1- The beast was much harder to stop. Physics right?
2- My already whiny power steering pump was really throwing a tantrum.

Enter a couple of pretty typical upgrades. To address #1:

Stock Bronco setup.. whimpy Notice how dirty my fluid and reservoir are..


Hydro is a really cool option, but I elected to go with a 1 ton MC and booster. (94 F350 I believe)


This is such an easy upgrade, bolt on, all day long..


You don't have to, but I took the time to clean and flush my entire system, I can actually see the brake fluid level in the reservoir..


To addresss #2
I went with a Saginaw power steering pump swap. I must have lucked out because it was also direct bolt on. I had read that most had to drill out the bracket for the bolts. Mine fit perfectly. I did have to get creative bending the hose. No pics of that for some reason, sorry.


Both of these upgrades are well worth it. I actually locked up the tires and skidded the first time I hit the brakes after the booster upgrade.

Funny story here. I somehow managed to install the booster arm upside down inside the cab. The end result was that the brake lights were not engaging, except with really heavy pedal pressure. I got pulled over by a state trooper who ended up also owning a Bronco. He helped me trouble shoot it right there on the side of the road... Nice!

Even running the much heavier 35x13.5's the power steering pump does not complain at all. Ford missed the boat on these. Should have been standard out of the factory IMO..

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Fordaholic, love the fab work, but wouldn't the heat from those primaries heat those shocks up too much? Wouldn't surprise me to know those cheaper shocks boiled next to the headers.

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Fordaholic, love the fab work, but wouldn't the heat from those primaries heat those shocks up too much? Wouldn't surprise me to know those cheaper shocks boiled next to the headers.
I had the same concern, but believe it or not they don't get too hot. I am able to hold them with my hand after a while of running it pretty hard. Maybe the aluminum body disperses the heat? I really am unhappy with these headers and how they fit, but they came with the engine so I stuck with them.


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I had the same concern, but believe it or not they don't get too hot. I am able to hold them with my hand after a while of running it pretty hard. Maybe the aluminum body disperses the heat? I really am unhappy with these headers and how they fit, but they came with the engine so I stuck with them.
That's not too hot then lol. I was referring to the ones you took off more so because your new ones have ext reservoirs to help. Glad to hear they stay only warm. I really liked the Ford logo on the radius arms. Nice touch!

Good competition guys, loving the pics; especially the actual photos from 96. Keep up the entertainment fellas

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One upgrade we did was change the seats. My wife has a very bad back, and hated the stock seats. So once she found a set that sounded good, we got them. I was able to unbolt the stock seats, and use the stock sliders. The two bolts for the front of the seat to the slider matched right up. The back didn't, so I cleaned it up and welded it together. Corbeau suspension seats......
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Get to the Mountains!

Anyone who knows me, knows that I love the outdoors. Hiking, hunting, fishing, camping, backpacking, and of course 4 wheeling! If it has to do with being outdoors I am all in!

I am lucky to have son who shares many of my passions, including the outdoors and the Bronco. He started getting out with me at an early age and has not stopped since.

The Bronco has really allowed us the freedom to explore the amazing places around us, both in the summer and in the winter. We use it to access some pretty rugged and remote places. Its hard because some of the roads have been pretty rough, and would have made for some good off road pics, but I was always driving and we were trying to get somewhere.

Here's a fun drive and hike up to Devils Head fire lookout



At the top of the lookout


And some winter time fun


It was cold and snowy up there!


And a more up-to-date pic of how the Bronco looks.
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And a more up-to-date pic of how the Bronco looks.
Now there's some real foot steps more than that, they look very familiar. Are those Dustin's custom sliders?
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Now there's some real foot steps more than that, they look very familiar. Are those Dustin's custom sliders?
I bought them used off a member up in Northern Colorado. (I'm always looking for a deal..lol) He said they were from a CO group buy from Boondock. I am guessing the design originated from Dustin, if not, they are WAY similar.
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One more little upgrade.. The ghetto fab k&n intake...

Can't believe the difference this made, and it sounds awesome sucking the air like it does! Instead of getting a filter sock from k&n I used a thigh high panty hose and it fit perfectly.
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I bought them used off a member up in Northern Colorado. (I'm always looking for a deal..lol) He said they were from a CO group buy from Boondock. I am guessing the design originated from Dustin, if not, they are WAY similar.
agreed very very similar, because Dustin lives down the street from me so to speak and I of coarse bought mine from him!
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agreed very very similar, because Dustin lives down the street from me so to speak and I of coarse bought mine from him!
I really like mine. Next time you see him, tell him thanks for coming up with such a great design. Sorry someone might have copied his work.
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Misc Adds...

One thing that was really starting to get on my nerves was my handyman jack. Up to this point i, I would just toss it in the back of the truck before heading out. But with all the rough mountain roads it would rattle and bounce around in the back until I was ready to toss it to the side of the road. Which of course, I would never really do. I have a story coming up where I was SO glad I had my handyman, not sure how I would have gotten out without it. But, back to this post....

Where and how to permanently mount it to the truck? You know the drill by now, back to FSB for some ideas. Lots of custom bumpers out there with Handyman mounts (drool!!). Too much $$ for me at the time. Some people mounted them to the stock bumper. I didn't care for that look and I saw the potential for the jack getting really mucked up over time. I also saw a few people use U-bolts and put it on the spare tire carrier. hum...

I liked the idea, but wanted to make it a little more user friendly. I ended up asking for a 4x4rac handyman mount for Christmas from my family. I took it and used the U-bolt idea to mount it up. This gave me the quick release with wing nuts and the semi security with the ability to lock it up.

I was a little concerned about the extra weight, but figured I more than removed that much when I replaced the steel rim on the spare tire with a matching American Racing rim. It lasted a long time with no apparent wear on the hing side. And trust me it saw plenty of bouncing around. I've since moved to a custom rear bumper.

I prefer my 30 year old 60" jack that I have on my current system. It has some sentimental value as it was my Dads and we used it to get his old 72' F250 unstuck many times. But at that time, I went with a shorter 48" jack so that the Bronco would still fit in the garage. Besides you can never have too many jacks right?!



Another thing that had been gradually getting worse was the road manners of the Bronco. The tires seems to bounce and hop more and more. I tried getting them balanced and had the alignment checked but nothing seemed to work. 4wheel parts had the Rancho dual steering stabilizer kit on sale for 50% off so I figured maybe that was my problem.

Here it is all installed. While it looks cool, and it might have made things slightly better, it was not my problem. I would later find out that my tires were just wearing out. Lesson learned, save some money, find the root cause of your problem.



Just to keep the truck as it sits fresh in everyone's mind, here is my son playing on some rocks at the school parking lot. I know, I know, what a rebel...lol If that's the worst thing he does I will count myself lucky.

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As I said before, it didn't take long for me to get tired of the lousy 351m. I had bought another complete bronco for cheap, and it came with a 460. It was supposedly just rebuilt with all new internals. However, upon removal of the heads, this was clearly not the case. Only two pistons were new and the rest were original!
At this point I decided to do a mild build and get her back together. I then bought another 460 with C9VE heads on it with mild port work. So, I stole the heads off of that, and built myself a big block.

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Long tube headers, 1 3/4" primaries, 3" collectors
2.5" exhaust with Jones straight-through style mufflers

And of course, pictures!

Everything back from the machine shop looking great!



















Lost my harmonic balancer spacer, so I made one on the lathe.



Ready for the new powerplant!











Even being as mild of a build as it is, this thing does very well. Once I get the suspension to the point I want it to be, then perhaps I will look into upgrading the engine more. I estimate this engine at around 425 hp and 525 lb/ft.. Give or take.

Here is a video from just after I finished the engine with the exhaust listed above. About 2.5 years ago now!

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Just about half way through, is the commercial over yet? What time does the Videos and Wheeling slide show start?
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The hardest part about getting wheeling videos is getting somebody to take them. Seems like every wheeling video other people do take looks like it was taken with a potatoe.


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Just about half way through, is the commercial over yet? What time does the Videos and Wheeling slide show start?
I am like others, I don't have a ton of wheeling pics, slides shows or videos. I will try to accommodate! I need to do what I can to earn itwasFree's vote!!

Plus we all could probably use a little Friday incentive to get out this weekend and play somewhere, right?!. How about a little winter wheeling (it was late fall really)

We took a trip up 7 mile road. (ever notice every place in the US has basically the same names). This road is not hard core, but it did have a few fun spots and it was great to just be outdoors!

Here's the bronco at the trail head:


The group:


Ken playing with his super flexy Jeep:


Way up in the trees waiting for the group to catch up with each other:


Rocky breaking the layer of ice over the river and making the "ice hole" for the rest of us:


Larry making his way through the "ice hole". This thing was PIA, fun, but still a PIA.


Sami getting little tug:


Group lunch:


This may not look like much at first, but this is me at the top of the "ice rink". SO, SO slippery, talk about careful throttle control.


From the top looking down at the "ice rink", better idea of how steep it was:


Group shot at the top:


My truck:


Another small stream crossing:


Bronco!!:


Ice everywhere!!


Back down, airing up for the drive home:



It was a good day in the mountains!

Happy Friday everyone!!

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I really try to avoid mud, but sometimes when your buddies are there you just have to. My engine bay is not water-proof at all, so the dizzy gets wet easy. As you'll see in these vids. Normally this mud hole is a lot better, it was hard bottom this time. Enjoy the commentary.

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