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BRONCO CATALOGS YOU SHOULD HAVE...

Ok, I've been meaning to do this for awhile and lately I've given out the links more than usual, so I'm gonna compile one list.

I suggest you visit each site and request their free catalog. Not only does it provide parts you're looking for, but many of them like LMC and Dennis-Carpenter have the exploded view diagrams which can be handy when looking for a specific problem or how the parts go together. LMC even shows exactly which clips are used on the '78/'79 race track trim - this is very helpful when wanting to remove your trim.
  • LMC Truck. -- Probably the most used and most talked about. Good parts at a decent price with good customer service. They offer '78/'79 as well as '80-'96 model Bronco parts.
  • Dennis Carpenter. -- By far the most spendy, but the quality is worth it. I believe most - if not all - their parts come from the original Ford dies. Very good company. They offer '78-'89 Bronco parts.
  • National Parts Depot. -- BIG catalog full of lots of goodies, even includes a lot of small engine parts and parts list. Good catalog to have on hand, '78-'96 model Broncos.
  • Auto Krafters. -- Another good restoration company like Dennis Carpenter. Offers 78-96 Bronco catalogs.
  • The Paddock Parts. -- Never dealt with these folks before and they don't offer a Bronco specific catalog, but they do have Ford truck parts up to '86.
  • Classic Auto Parts Group -- Formerly Obsolete Ford parts. Has a Ford truck catalog up to '79. Never dealt with them, just found the link.
  • Blue Oval Truck Parts -- Good site for information and parts for older trucks. Never dealt with them myself, but have heard alot about them.
  • Jeff's Bronco Graveyard -- They offer a print catalog and deal mostly in Bronco stuff. I have heard their customer service is questionable, but haven't dealt with them personally.
  • Bronco Driver Magazine -- This is a magazine devoted to Broncos, early Broncos, fullsize and even Bronco IIs. It does require a subscription unless you can catch it at your local big chain bookstore. Full of great tech articles covering everything from stock show trucks, to bent and dented trail rigs devoted to going where no Bronco has gone before. Great quality magazine, recommended if you want to learn more about all Broncos.

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Mels, great info. Maybe a new sticky? It might help for some of the Noob's looking for stuff or answer some of the more simple questions.
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I started to PM a mod to get it put as a sticky, both here and the 80/96 forum, but thought I'd wait to see what others thought first.

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yes mods , please sticky this post.


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Good idea, but what about Jeff's Bronco Graveyard? And some of the Early Bronco catalogs like Tom's or James Duff's have a few parts that work on FSB engines and drivetrains. Some good tech info on lockers and such in some of those.
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I started to PM a mod to get it put as a sticky, both here and the 80/96 forum, but thought I'd wait to see what others thought first.
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Good idea, but what about Jeff's Bronco Graveyard? And some of the Early Bronco catalogs like Tom's or James Duff's have a few parts that work on FSB engines and drivetrains. Some good tech info on lockers and such in some of those.
These are the ones I'm familiar with and that I have for myself. I'll add those later if you think I should.

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Good idea, but what about Jeff's Bronco Graveyard? And some of the Early Bronco catalogs like Tom's or James Duff's have a few parts that work on FSB engines and drivetrains. Some good tech info on lockers and such in some of those.

Blue Oval Truck Parts, and should somehow mention Bronco Driver magazine, another good reference for parts-with all the bronco specific ads they have. Great idea Mels

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thats some good info right there
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Awesome! I should be getting about 5 new catalogs in the mail soon. Thanks!

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Yeah, definetly add Jeff's Bronco Graveyard.
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Ok, edited and updated.

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alot of good info in there thanks for taking the time

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great list for any noob!!!
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Another catalog to add is MACs. http://www.macsautoparts.com/pu.html

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some more for da List;

Mill Supply - Bronco/Ford truck body parts; order their catalog

Raybuck - Bronco/Ford truck body parts; order their catalog - fill in CONTACT US form

FYI on Body parts; look for CAPA Certified;
The Certified Automotive Parts Association (CAPA) is a non-profit organization established in 1987 to develop and oversee a test program guaranteeing the suitability and quality of automotive parts. CAPA encourages competition in the marketplace in the hope that their program will ultimately reduce expense to the consumer and the industry while increasing and assuring part quality.
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Advance Adapters - Bronco/Ford truck engine/transmission/transfer case conversion products & order their catalog

Auto Krafters - now has Bronco/Ford truck section (78-96); order their catalog

Classic Auto Parts (Formerly, Obsolete Ford Parts) - Bronco/Ford truck parts to 79 w/Ford part numbers; order their catalog $5.00 for postage

PCI, Inc. - exhaust parts & accessories, air check valves, stainless steel flex tubes for DIY EGR tubes, A.I.R., Catalytic Converter, EGR tubes, etc.; w/Ford part numbers - order their catalog - very helpul tech person!!!! their products are also sold by NAPA, etc.

Setina - Bronco/Ford truck Push Bumpers (have one, great Qual, powdercoating has held up A#1 over 11 yrs, vehicle partitions & weapons compartments; Police/Military style; order their catalog

SoffSeal (formerly A&M Soffseal) - Bronco/Ford truck weather stripping & rubber


roadcatalogs.com - some free catalogs for performance parts & accessories; get a bigger mail box tho!
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I used to get LMC catalogs but they stopped coming for some reason????

For my 63 - and 65
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I used to get LMC catalogs but they stopped coming for some reason????

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Yeah when you don't order anything for a while they will stop sending them to you.
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