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So I decided to heave the ol' buck up and over the hill and try my hand at a little flexin' in the front yard.


Would have gone higher on that rock but the top is a tad sharp and I would like to continue my joys of having a spare tire, so alas.

Not too Shabby.




Check out that tuck..


Anyway, figured it was time to post a pic where the bronco wasn't just sitting in my driveway.
 

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I killed Kenny...again
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cool man, looks pretty good. i see you trimmed the 3ft tailpipes. how did the neighbor like you flexing the ugly truck in the front yard?
 

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Looks good, is that a camera phone?
 

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Where are those killer chrome tips?
 

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Edit: they always dumped under his cab, they were not connected...
They made it look so good, like show truck good.
That is some good flex, maybe I can get mine to do that when I put new shackels on it that are not rusted to the hangers.
 

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you have a 4 inch lift and 4Ds?

Are your fenders trimmed or are 78-79 fenders just that big?

Your bronco looks pretty sweet either way
 

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Charlie don't surf..
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Nice pics, but trim those fenders man..
 

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I like the fenders (which are factory) but she's actually going to get a taller stance that'll easily clear 44s once I'm finished; I think.. I may just make her taller, but every time I look at the truck it seems to get smaller. Not sure how tall of a lift I now have on her, since I have no idea how they come factory.

I haven't gotten the inside completed because I keep messing stuff up under the hood so I figure I'll get that set up once I'm ready to get her dirty. It'll basically consider one 22° coupling and one 45° coupling with the rest being straight 6" pipe that'll house the filter. That's the plan anyways.

It'll be done at the M&G.
 
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