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Hello all from Western Colorado. I just picked up my ‘84 a couple weeks ago and joined the group a few days later. All stock from what I can tell. It has the 300 6cyl.
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82 XLT Lariat 351w, Edelbrock 1406 4bbl ,C6 auto, auto locking hubs ,33x10.5x15
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Congrats on the new rig 👍 my 82 came off the line in that color... Then someone did a real Earl Scheib paint job to get it white. Hard to find with the full chrome trim. What's ur plans for her?
 

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Not too much. Make her reliable first, the tires are about shot too. Then just a little here and there, I'm more of a tinkerer than mechanic so its just for for hitting some off the highway trails and passes.
 

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Nice... Nothing wrong with simple... You'll find lots of great threads for tire suggestions and shock suggestions for good all around use... Got any interior pix?
 

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Yo Keith,
Welcome to our site!
Here is the 1984 Bronco Dealer XLT/Standard "Catalog" by Gary @ 1984 Bronco

Some Fastener Illustrations by Gary @ Ford 1980-86 Pickup Fasteners

1980 - 86 Bronco/F Series Carburetors, Chokes & EFI by Gary @ Carburetors, Chokes, & EFI - ???Gary's Garagemahal
See more info by Gary.

Technical Service Bulletin @ http://www.bbbind.com/tsb-wiring-diagrams-database/
RECALL - SEATS. TSBID: 105674 MFG NUMBER: 83V020000 ISSUE DATE: 1983-02-24T00:00:00
RECALL PROBABLY EXPIRED.

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85 Bronco, 309ci I6 w/4bbl, np435, 4" lift, 37" Irok NDs, 4.56 w/ Detroit Locker and tru trac
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Welcome, from eastern Kansas! And from an 85, 6cyl, 4spd owner. Sharp rig you've got there. We've got a good 300 six community here too, able to guide you through hopping that six cylinder up if you want.

Where in CO are ya? Weve got a number of guys on the eastern slope, and a few out west. I've been to many places in CO. Beautiful state.

At the end of April, the Utah Bronco Club hosts the annual Bronco Safari out in Moab. We had a number of guys out there last year, and some going this year. You should join if able! We have a thread here, and the Utah Bronco Club has a whole site for it. Just FYI, there was both a stock Bronco 2 and a stock 76 out there last year that did the trails with good success, not to mention some near stock fullsizers.
 

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I'm in Delta County, Southeast of Grand Junction. I may try hopping it up in the future but for now I just want to make sure its reliable. I;m sure I will be asking for help on that as well. Just got new widow run channels delivered today to try to seal it up a bit and quiet some of the wind noise. Once it starts warming up a bit I'll start looking under the hood (if I can wait that long).
 

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Oh man you are so close to so many awesome trails! I wanna get down to the passes around Telluride some day. I was out in Leadville during the Fourth of July last year. Independence Pass is awesome
 
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