Future F.O.T.M. Open to all Nominee Wanna-be!!!
This thread is for anyone who would like to be nominated for our "Open for all" FOTM months. :beer
1. Post a picture of your Bronco
2. list a few mods if you have any
3. Post a little about yourself
4. Make sure you have enough pictures and vidoes to run.
Who's up for the challenge? :popc1:
Painted it and cut the floors
I like the beach
Now to take some pics
Didn't we already have a thread like this? :scratchhe
I have camo paint!
I play COD.
not any more... this is FOTM V 2.0!!! :rockon
of course... you guys not taking this very seriously is exceptionally lame.
You can't nominate yourself... but you can pimp the snot out of yourself here!
This is where folks go when they don't already have someone in mind...
...so let's bring on the shameless self promotion! :rockon
Think im down to run in the open class.
My bronco 1995 with a 4 inch lift and 33's ford factory limited slip in the rear open front. Still running on the ttb and 8.8 in the rear. Have the ford factory roll bar out of another bronco and now sporting some nurf bars for my lady. Have 4 100 watt K/C day lighters that are now on the ford factory bumper. Cobra 29 ltd c/b radio with a 4 foot fire stick. She loves all kinds of wheelin mud, desert, mountains, she's been a tow rig, and a daily driver. It's pretty much an all around rig that is fun as hell. I have learned a lot from fsb and its members. When I first started I was scared to mess with it myself, now im willing to work on/ fix anything that goes wrong. Clean bronco that I like to get dirty. After I go wheelin I bring her home and give her a wash and wax. :beer
Okay enough pics but just throwing it out there I have almost 700 :toothless
Ok lets see, nothing special here but I might as well show off what I have.
I got here a 88 XLT, 351W, with a 6" Rough Country lift and some rather old 33" tires on 15x10 wheels, Ford 9" rear. I did the paint with Rustoleum camo colors and some plants from side yard :toothless. The only real work I did this year was replace the steering column, GT steering wheel, repair some wiring and small stuff.
I would definitely have to run in an open category as it is not stock whatsoever and I rarely wheel it since it is my daily driver.
2. SAS, 33's, straight piped
3. I am 21 years old, I'm from Troy, MO, and I just finished college for machine tool technology. I am currently trying to get a job as a machinist to pay for more bronco stuff! :thumbup oh and btw my first name is Eric, so feel free to call me that if you want
4. By the time the contest rolls around, I should have a new daily driver so I can wheel the bronco. As of now i have some build pics and a lot of poser shots lol
all right what the hell, I'll play
mine does everything, daily driver, tow rig, off road toy.
even took it to the drag strip
it has a Cummins, ZF5, NP205, 10.25 rear and 8 lug dana44 front, locked front, posi rear, 35 Toyo M/Ts, and that sweet mural!
have a Dana 60 front sitting outside, going in this winter.
I'll toss my name in the hat. Had the Bronco for 10 years now, I bought her bone stock with open diffs and ended up building her into this:
11 inches of lift with a 79 hp 44 with a locker, rear factory limited slip, 5:13 gears, 37 inch muds, and too many other goodies to mention in one post.
I am 27 years old, work in the ag industry, and I do all the work on the truck myself ( of course with assistance when needed)
I dont wheel her that much because I built her to be a big ol truck... just light trails, mud bogs, and car crushes. its my first car and lots of sentimental value so I dont wanna beat her up
As it sits now.
It may not be much compared to some of y'all, but I go hard :toothless
I guess I'll give her a shot. We have had this 94 since 97. It was my wife's first car. Been through tons of life experiences with it. It now belongs to me and I finally get to mess with it. The motor has been swapped out with my old mustang motor. 306 mild head work, b303 cam, headers, and exhaust. Now lifted 6" with drop brackets in front and a shackle flip out back. A TRE flip up front. Have a solid axle sitting in the garage for future use. The radiator support and fenders have been replaced. Soon will be the quarters. Swapped in a 2002 expedition center console. Just installed an explorer roof rack from the bone yard to mount my off road basket up top. I'm sure I'm missing stuff.
I need to take new pics. Can't get them any larger.
How much bronco does there have to be?
86 302 efi/np435/twin stick 205
3 link front 4 link rear, coils and air shocks
LOOK TO SEE THIS ON THE TRAIL THIS SPRING!
Until then here's some teasers
1978 Bronco, 4" lift, 39.5" boggers, d60/sterling 10.25 "lincoln locked", full cage, mildly built 466
Been here a while, haven't posted much lately though. Hope I get nominated!
Forgot to add this one, reppin the FSB hoodie!
The 7.3 Eddie Bauer
Here's the 1993 Eddie Bauer with its 1995 F350 PowerStroke 7.3, ZF 5-speed and manual transfer case. Since the conversion was done (by Wilson Off-Road in Fayetteville, NC), I've added a Bronco Graveyard 4-point family cage and then had a custom bikini top made to go over the top of that. So now the top's off more or less permanently. I kept the stock axles and so far that's working out fine with the 31x10.50 tires. The motor has some mild performance mods, with a cold-air intake, 3" downpipe to 4" exhaust and a TS Performance 6-position chip. It dynoed about where you'd expect with those modsó235 hp at the wheels. (We didn't get torque, but stock was 425 lb-ft so now it's surely over 500 lb-ft at the crank.) It's definitely a lot quicker than it was with the 5.8. And it really drives like it's factory built, with a small leveling kit handling the extra weight of the 7.3. I took it on a two-week trip last summer, towing a boat and driving on the beach and it performed flawlessly. It's a fun truck and there are plenty of other things I'd like to do to it, but it's at a good spot right now.
Hi I'm Ryan and I've been a member here since 05-06? I've had my 79 resto bronco since 02 and my dd 96 for a yr and a half, 2 yrs now. Currently have 3 broncos and an a 77 f250.I am currently deployed with big plans for my main 2 broncos when I get home.Now for some pics.
the 96 current mods are soft top, custom back bumper, levelled and sitting on 9.00x16s, and a k&n.future mods to come are a real lift and or sas. Exhaust, new air filter system and a tuner, new front bumper and winch and some other mods to come.http://i52.photobucket.com/albums/g2...sdf206f0f.jpeg
the 96 and the 79
the 79 started as a full frame off resto but have decided to do a few mods to include a 95-96 wiring harness, fuel injection, power windows, locks ac, cruise and etc.
the most complete pic I could find of the 79, after commin home from iraq in 06 after the engine was stolen.
bare rust bulleted frame
95 bronco , 6" skyjacker lift, 35s , 12 valve cummins swap, zf5 , currie dana 60 rear with detroit locker and 373s beefed up ttb with detroit tru trak , super runner steerigs and rcv axles, 17k lb winch
i am 23 yrs old and the truck been in my family since 97 and iv been working on it and buildin since i was 15 and i take it everywhere amd abuse it like no other nd love it [IMG][IMG]http://www.supermotors.net/getfile/1...size/image.jpg[/IMG][/IMG]
--96 XLT, 6" stage II Pro-Comp lift, 4:56, 35x12.50 General Grabbers, stock 302.
--In the process of a ground up 357 build.
http://www.supermotors.net/getfile/9...e/imag0573.jpghttp://www.supermotors.net/getfile/9...717_131134.jpgIm a former Marine. Two tours in Iraq. Purchased my Bronco in Iraq in 2005 with about a 20 minute internet window.
This is how she looked when she was delivered to my house. I was still deployed and my parents sent these pics to me...I was going crazy!
New lift, gears, and tires.
Some fun in the mud.
Hi my name is Brody. I live in southern Minnesota.
I bought this bronco two years ago looking like this...
after a few much needed mods, it now looks like this.
BDS 4 inch lift, rancho extended arms. 33" duratracs. 15x10 cragar v-5 wheels. small engine stuff. home made roll bar. rock lights. aftermarket headlights and led tail lights. Its had a ton of abuse on and off the trails. been through a few front bumpers and had to straighten the frame once. custom rear bumper. I do ALL work myself. I am 20 yrs old. graduated heavy duty diesel tech. school. full time mechanic for Lawrence nationalease. id like to be nominated anytime in the next few months. thanks
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