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1992 full size bronco, 5.8/351, 6 inch lift, 35” tires.
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I was a member on here before, I left when I sold my bronco but I just purchased another project. It’s a 1992 ok edition(white) with 5.8 and 171k on the dash. New transmission and no clue about engine. It’s a project right now. I’m making it into a daily driver/camping rig. I’m live on the panhandle of Florida. Wish me luck on a another money pit. Previous name on here was imlikeojnow.
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Driving Stuff Henry Built
-90 xlt, 351w, e4od, man 1356, 3.55, sag, warn hubs, 35s. -73, 400, np435, d20j twin, 35s
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Welcome back old timer. :toothless
Lots of people have lost their connection to their original profile due to some security change awhile back. Contact a mod or admin if you want to merge the two.
 

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Welcome back and congrats on the 92 ok edition!
 

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Yo imlikeojnow,
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1992 full size bronco, 5.8/351, 6 inch lift, 35” tires.
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Thanks for the warm welcome and red thanks bud, Pepe you still the one legged man in an ass kicking contest? Either way, yeah between deployments, retirements, bunch of vehicles in between. Sold the Jeep and got the bronco again. Let’s see what happens next.
 

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'95 XLT: 5.8, MAF, E4OD, 4.56's, 6" lift on 33's
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Pepe you still the one legged man in an ass kicking contest?
Until I figure out how to grow it back or life stops kickin' my ass. :p Deployment and Retirement? You civilian now?
Sold a Jeep... did it leave a bad taste in yer mouth?

Look forward to seeing how it goes. Once you go Bronco... you always come back sooner or later. ;)
 

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Congrats on retirement...I retired from the Navy in 04....16 years ago now...seems like yesterday I stepped off the plane for boot camp. Going to follow your build...I'm working on a 96 EB...my second Bronco as well. My first was an 87 EB with a 351W like this one.
 
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