I know this isn't a Bronco, but I thought I would share some pics of my buddy's truck he's getting close to finishing up. He helped me build my Bronco and has done many other trucks, but this one is taking it to the next level. He never takes pics so I felt I had to share.
Sitting on a 76 Highboy Frame.
91 Cummins mated to the Dodge 6 speed. Used the same motor mount kit as American Thunder. Also went through and replaced all the gaskets, put in the killer dowel pin kit, and a few other odds and ends. Thanks to the highboy frame and the divorced transfer case it made getting the drive line in not "all" that bad.
The front cross members had to be cut quite a bit to clear the motor and then new ones were fabbed up to keep everything reinforced. The Motor really does fit better in this truck than it did the Dodge. He did some fabrication to the pedals and a mount for the hydraulic clutch just next to the brake booster.
With the narrower highboy frame he was able to roll the rear axle off a 74 1 ton and springs directly under the frame with no spring perch modifications so all and all that was really easy.
Used the Dana 60 out of a 78 1 Ton for the front axle, and I missed all of that, but some work went into getting everything lined up and the steering to work the way he wanted. Steering box mounts were fabbed up and converted to "the non-sucky steering", not sure what that means exactly but it works well.
Lowered the transmission cross member and the TCase down just a bit, few custom drive shafts, and some linkage work and done. (It makes it all sound so easy)
He went through a TON of work finding quality parts for the cab, trim, grill, etc. I know of at least 6 parts truck to build this one. Everything that should have been rebuilt or replaced was (brakes, bearings, etc.)
The most impressive part to me, was he sold his 2001 Super Duty to build this and make it his daily driver