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  1. 1980-'96 Bronco Tech
    So I have a 1982 Bronco that has been sitting for some time now. Abt 14+ years and it hasn’t been ran in awhile..I wanted to know if I could get some tips/ advice on getting it going. Like is it cheaper to rebuild the current engine, swap it out with a 351w ? I have also seen that people are...
  2. Noobie Bronco Tech Questions. Flame free zone!
    If I wanted to upgrade my stock camshaft to a COMP Cams 35-255-5, what else would I have to do? Would I also need new lifters, springs, push rods, chains, or a different distributor/gear? Or could i just swap in the new cam when I rebuild the engine? My engine is a fully stock 351W from 1990...
  3. Introductions
    Just got my first Bronco today..85 XLT I've had my 84 f150 for 27 years looking forward to all the FSB information
  4. Noobie Bronco Tech Questions. Flame free zone!
    My name is Brendan I am a 19 year old high school kid who just really wants an old bronco I am hoping to get one and take it on a cross country road trip with some buddies after we graduate. I don't know nearly enough to try a restoration of some kind as well as not having the money. If anybody...
  5. Introductions
    Hey everyone. Just wanted to introduce myself here on the forum. I just bought a decent survivor 85 XLT with original two-tone paint, EFI, a 302 and enough little problems to make my wife shake her head wondering why I did it. It's an old plough truck from Manitoba (in the Canadian prairies) and...
  6. Noobie Bronco Tech Questions. Flame free zone!
    So I have looked everywhere and not been able to find what I am looking for ... I have a 1990 bronco 5.8L it sat for a few years but was told it was running before it was parked. It would not start. I have replaced solenoid starter battery fuel pump fuel filter and now running into Fuel pressure...
  7. Noobie Bronco Tech Questions. Flame free zone!
    I replaced the ignition switch and the ignition lock cylinder, but I can't get it to turn over via key. I have to jump the solenoid by the battery. Any thoughts on what the issue could be? Edit: It's an '86 Bronco XLT
  8. Introductions
    Hi everybody I was looking for a full size Bronco since many years. But in Europe, it's not a common vehicle. Quite hard to find, especially in good condition. This one, bought this morning in Roma, is really pleasant to drive. Gazoline or LPG, no difference, except for the bank account ! Very...
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