I had the ES9000's on my quad-front 84 Bronco for about a year before I got the lift kit. The ride was much better than before and I got a good inch in ride height increase over the old, busted Monroe Magnums (junk).
You had to slam on the brakes really hard to get the nose to dive, and these only got hot enough to fade after a few hours of rough driving on washboard roads or offroad.
I have the dual set up. Thought about the quad set up but I figured for what I use it would be too stiff. Im all for the es 9000 and they are decently priced. I got about 3/4 inch rise on my front end. Now it performs beter, AND LOOKS BETER...
I think I might go with those, I haven't heard too many bad things about them, but I know everyone has there own opinion too. Now another question since I have your attention and I know I should probably search this but how hard is it to put on a steering stabilizer? Not looking for a write up at this point just wondering.
Hi thanks for looking,
I’ve got a 93 bronco 5.8 with an E4OD. Bought it from a gal who said trans was leaking from inspection port. Found plugged trans cooler lines and assumed front pump seal Must’ve gotten hot and let fluid past it. I dropped the trans and replaced both The large O ring style...
Is there a severe duty alternative for the bronco the way there was for police package sedans and coupes? I live in a hot Climate and would like more airflow if. There is a way to do it.
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Figure I should post a review of these eBay lights I bought. On my other bronco I had the lights from tcmglx. They were very bright lights but I sold that truck and let the lights go with it. I wanted to try a cheaper alternative.
Bought these off eBay a few months ago and just put them on...
Hey all, quick question! I’m replacing the battery cables on my 89 5.0 and I was curious if I needed to replace the negative battery cable which also runs to the alternator with the same cable ? Or can I skip this step ? Thanks for your time !