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[I posted this over in the '78/'79 forum and it seemed to be appreciated and as some of these vendors offer '80-'96 model parts, I thought I'd put it over here, too....]

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.
  • 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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+1 for stickied, and maybe put a mention in there about Haynes manuals too. :thumbup
 

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I have a few for y'all;
FREE PARTS CATALOGS; mostly for Bronco/Ford, but some for other makes
List of companies in my Parts Section; see the Link for URLs

Auveco® - Bronco & Ford door hinges, trim panel retainer pins, hardware, body bolts, u nuts, etc.

Daystar - Bronco/Ford truck bushings, shackles, lifts, etc.

Dee Zee- Bronco/Ford truck nerfs, tool boxes, hood protectors, mud flaps, etc.

IDIDIT® - 78-79 steering columns

Smittybilt Automotive© - Ford bumpers, nerfs, guards, etc.; apparently assets sold were their Outland Group
Mill Supply - Bronco/Ford truck body parts ; bought their good quality quarter patch panels

Raybuck - Bronco/Ford truck body parts
[URL="http://www.advanceadapters.com"]Advance Adapters
- Bronco/Ford truck engine/transmission/transfer case conversion products

Classic Auto Parts (aka, Obsolete Classic Auto Parts) - Bronco/Ford truck parts to 79 w/Ford part numbers
Site does not show on line catalog

Metro Moulded Parts - rubber restoration parts & Bronco/Ford truck weather stripping

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 helpful tech person!!!! their products are also sold by NAPA, etc.

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

Transtar - Bronco/Ford truck automatic & manual transmission rebuild kits; torque converters, valve bodies, solenoids, pressure switches, U joints, connectors & harnesses; order their catalog

http://www.capacertified.org
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.
CAPA DATA BASE SEARCH type in Bronco
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And in my PARTS Section, Use your browser's "Find" feature to search for the firms that offer print catalogs applicable to our Bronco/Ford truck parts; some may charge or credit cost to your order...I have inserted "order their catalog" where applicable, so search for "catalog"
 

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Scratch from the FREE Catalog List; (prob due to the economic conditions)
Jobrite - new & used Bronco/ F series body parts & components & PCI
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.
Raybuck - Bronco/Ford truck body parts - fill in CONTACT US form for their newsletter

Changes to Free;
Auto Krafters - Bronco/Ford truck parts & accessories; now has Bronco catalog (78-79); $5.00 fees valid only in United States Of America. Canadian Catalog requests require a $6.00 fee; Catalogs ordered with other items totaling over $20 (before shipping), are free
Auveco® - Bronco & Ford door hinges, trim panel retainer pins, hardware, body bolts, u nuts, etc.; Catalogs are available only through authorized Auveco distributors
Blue Oval Truck Parts - Bronco/Ford truck parts & accessories; $5.00 This amount will be reimbursed with first order
Classic Auto Parts (Formerly, Obsolete Ford Parts) - Bronco/Ford truck parts to 79 w/Ford part numbers; $5.00 for postage
The Paddock Parts - Bronco/Ford parts up to 86; Canadian residents will be charged a $5 fee and a $10 fee will be charged for all other International catalog orders for shipping and handling
WAI® (Wetherill Associates, Inc. waiglobal.com) - alternators & starters; Contact your WRS or WAI Authorized Distributor to obtain your WAI's Fastfind CD-ROM
see my prev post here for hot Links to above companies
 

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Pretty sure the one Bronco Graveyard has will fit 92-96 models. They don't list them because they don't have provisions for the shoulder seat belts in the back, or the third brake light. Some folks in this thread: http://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/showthread.php?t=113203&highlight=soft+top Have gotten the top and put on their 92-96 model. Look at the last few pages, that thread is very long and spans a whole year while everybody was waiting, haha.

http://broncograveyard.com/bronco/i-35601_fasttrac_top__black_complete__80-91_clear_windows.htm



And this thread is even at the top of the forum, too -- http://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/showthread.php?t=150468
 

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Here are the catalogs I get. They are all free.

Bronco specific:
NPD
LMC Truck
Jeff's Bronco Graveyard

Automotive accessories and parts:
Summit Racing
Jegs
JC Whitney Truck (only 90 pages but still free)
Edelbrock (If you want more than one you have to close the window and start over. They come with stickers.)

Tools:
Northern Tool + Equipment (full color, very detailed, the master catalog is 600+ pages)
Summit Tools (only about 80 pages)
Harbor Freight Tools (cheap stuff but you can get some good deals)

Misc.
Quadratec.com Essentials (It's a jeep catalog but still helpful: good section on tires and other universal parts and accessories)
4 Wheel Parts (same as Quadratec in that it's aimed at Jeeps but you can also get free 4 Wheel Magazine with the code they give you)
Summit Racing"]GenuineHotrod.com [/URL](it came free with Summit)
 

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Awesome!!! Where can i get a top like that for my 93???
Whose Soft Top are you asking about 93?

If its Biguglys' it is a Skyler, but they are now out of business; can find some on e bay, etc, be wary of the condition though.

Also; other styles still in production are:
Jeff's Bronco Graveyard Full Top Fasttrac Zipper for 80-91; Jeff's design is a copy of the old STC (Specialty Top Company; out of business now)
Source: by Jeff's Bronco Graveyard broncograveyard.com

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Soft-Tops.com Fast Back Style Interior/Rear Seat Area pic - miesk5 NOTE; this site will not let you use your browser's Back Button to return to this page)
Source: by Soft-Tops.com


You won't see a 92-96 Listed by either company because of;
Soft-Tops.com Legality Statement & Possible Work-Around for Rear Seat Belts in 92-96; "...In some states it is a requirement that a seatbelt is worn by all occupants. The lap portion of your belt will still be fuctional. The additional strap acts as a double strap, when you disconnect the roof anchor. Many Bronco enthusiasts install the added safety of a rollbar. The seat belt roof anchor can then be mounted to the roll bar. This allows the shoulder portion to remain functional. Please check with your local law enforcement for specific state and local regulations..." miesk5 Note; this info was removed from their web site awhile ago; leaving it here for info purposes & this site will not let you use your browser's Back Button to return to this page)
Source: by Soft-Tops.com


And a few owners have made their own soft tops or modded the camper top;
I have Links to their tech articles/pics in my site @ http://web.archive.org/web/20101224131547/http://www.broncolinks.com/index.php?index=467
I am trying to get my site back on line, read my signature on how to access original url.

GL!

+ the High Mount Brake Light Issue... which many have worked-around with portable br lts mtd on tire carrier or attached to the cab roof lip
 

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yo SZ..they are a vg company; btw, I had them listed in my Parts Section and on page 1 of this Thread...I updated the Parts Section a few days ago; one company, Mechanical Man - alternators, battery terminals, isolators, etc.; apparently is closed now; they had a nice Catalog too
 

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I have atleast 20ish Jeffsbroncograveyard books and 15 ish Hanes Manuel bronco graveyard parts are good but expensive customer service is based on who you get on the other end one person might only know what the computer tells them about the part. If this website had a book or a catalog I would buy it of what people have done to there broncos.
If anyone lives in PA I want this bronco I think it sweet looking.
http://philadelphia.craigslist.org/cto/1702200440.html
 

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yo, my Parts section - Including FREE BRONCO SPECIFIC PARTS CATALOGS! [/URL]
Will need to go through all to update urls
 

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I just got a 91 bronco from my dad, it drives but i wanna completely redo it. Just wondering if anyone has an idea on a price to get started. I don't care how long it takes or how much it costs.
 

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Fender Flares

anyone know where i could get some fender flares for my 92 bronco the guy i bought it from found it necessary to save em and it looks terrible. thanks Austin
also looking for other off road parts, Roof rack push bumper all that good stuff thanks and cheers to all ya
 

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anyone know where i could get some fender flares for my 92 bronco the guy i bought it from found it necessary to save em and it looks terrible. thanks Austin
also looking for other off road parts, Roof rack push bumper all that good stuff thanks and cheers to all ya
yo Austin,

Most pop flares are made by;
Bushwacker - Bronco/Ford truck fender flares
Flare, Bushwacker Single Piece Street Flare Installation Instructions; 92-96 Ford Bronco; "Set Part # 20501-02; This Flare adds ¾" of tire coverage; 100% UV protection. No chalking, No cracking, No warping; Single-piece design and construction; OEM matte black finish, or easily custom painted to match or accent any vehicle..." Instructions also available for various Flares in 78-79, 80-86, 87-91, & 92-96
Flare, Bushwacker Cut-Out Installation Instructions; "...This Flare adds 3¾" of tire coverage; Front Part # 20021-11, Rear Part #20022-11; Available in a no pocket cut-out design; Offers extreme tire and wheel coverage, allowing you to increase the wheel well opening to accomodate large tires and wheels; Exclusive Dura-Flex® material fives maximum durability and flexibility while maintaining its shape during extreme conditions; OEM matte black finish, or easily custom painted to match or accent any vehicle..."
Flare, Bushwacker Extend-A-Fender Installation Instructions; 92-96 Ford Bronco; "...Set Part # 20904-11; This Flare adds 1¾" of tire coverage; Also sold individually, Front Part #20019-11, Rear Part #20020-11; Adds additional coverage, great for large wheel and tire packages 100% UV protection. No chalking, No cracking, No warping; Exclusive Dura-Flex 2000® gives maximum durability and flexibility; OEM matte black finish, or easily custom painted to match or accent any vehicle..."
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Street Scene - Bronco/Ford truck 92-96 urethane fender flares; These flares install on the vehicle with double-sided tape around the outer edge and small self tapping screws inside the wheel well lip. MADE FROM TOUGH FLEXIBLE URETHANE. These fender flares add another 2 1/2- 3 inches at the top of the fender to the body line.
Fender Flares 2 1/2 Inches Wide Urethane
1992-1996 Ford Bronco
Part Number 950-58400
Download Installation Instructions @ http://www.streetsceneeq.com/instructions/pdf/950-58400.pdf
These flares install on the vehicle with double-sided tape around the outer edge and small self tapping screws inside the wheel well lip. MADE FROM TOUGH FLEXIBLE URETHANE. These fender flares add another 2 1/2 inches at the top of the fender to the body line. Street Scene Fender Flares are manufactured with high tolerances to ensure unsurpassed quality and have been designed and engineered to make installation quick and easy. They are the best fender flares available in the market place. Street Scenes entire production process is quality controlled from design and engineering to production and finishing. For a Street Scene distributor near you call us at 888 477 0707 Monday-Friday 7.00am to 4.00pm paciic time or search for a Street Scene distributor on the internet. Street Scene offers the most complete line of mirrors, front valances, bumper covers, side skirts, roll pans, grilles, grille shells, hoods, wiper cowls and other styling components in the marketplace today. NOTE: Pre-fit all parts prior to paint or installation. Parts that have been painted, drilled or installed are not eligible for return

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XENON® - Bronco/Ford truck 87-96 front bumper cover/ air dam; 92-96 2" fender flares; discontinued, avail thru body parts stores. E bay •(Part: 8221) Right Front Fender Flare •(Part: 8222) Left Front Fender Flare •(Part: 8223) Right Rear Fender Flare •(Part: 8224) Left Rear Fender Flare Professional Installation by an experienced custom body shop is recommended as parts are After Market and not OEM. Modifications may be necessary to insure proper fitment and may include cutting, trimming, filling, sanding, and customizing. Listing Price: $630.99

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I have a Setina Mil/Police Style Puh Bumper on my 96; we have the PB100 16" Steel model, great Qual, powder coating has held up A#1 over 14 yrs; order their catalog

Under $200.00

for roof rack & other parts.. go to my Site in PARTS Section and use your Browser's FIND or SEARCH function and type the part Name in.

Such as; roof rack
you'll get companines that make or distribute the part;

Proline - Thule gutter feet (4) for Broncos; Thule roof racks, Yakima bike racks, rooftop box cargo carriers, etc.

Rack-It Car Racks - Thule & Yakima roof racks
RacknRoad - bike & roof racks - formerly Sportsrack

Surco - Bronco roof racks, bike racks & accessories



Thule - Bronco roof rack systems
 

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I use Bronco Grave Yard and have not had any problems at all. It seem like its only Jeff working there some times. Besides that I get my orders on times and they have not messed any up yet.


I use Summit for everything else.
 
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