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Just making some custom bumpers and need a platform to start, truck is a 95.

I can't find the bronco bumper dimensions anywhere, if someone can give me them that would be awesome (front&rear).

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You have access to the truck? I built mine on the truck, of corse there welded to the frame. I can measure the F150 frame I have or the 3 or 4 bumpers I got lying around. Tomorrow of corse.
 

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Random unrelated question, can blocking off one of you brake lines from where they all split off of (not the master cylinder) can it damage the master cylinder or brake booster?
 

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You have access to the truck? I built mine on the truck, of corse there welded to the frame. I can measure the F150 frame I have or the 3 or 4 bumpers I got lying around. Tomorrow of corse.
I don't have a front or rear bumper atm, but if you can measure one up for me tomorrow that would be very helpful.
 

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Random unrelated question, can blocking off one of you brake lines from where they all split off of (not the master cylinder) can it damage the master cylinder or brake booster?
You talking about the proportioning valve ? Where all your lines go in? Does it have ABS? Not a good idea blocking off any single brake it can cause the truck to spin if one out of 4 isn’t stopping. If it has ABS it may “truck” that all up.
 

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You talking about the proportioning valve ? Where all your lines go in? Does it have ABS? Not a good idea blocking off any single brake it can cause the truck to spin if one out of 4 isn’t stopping. If it has ABS it may “truck” that all up.
yeah it must be that valve, and yes I do have abs but I had to unplug the module and wire jump the connector because it went bad. Anyways, my line going to the passenger caliper broke so I plugged it at the valve body with the fitting and some gasket maker (worked for a couple days) but now (couple months later) my pedal is getting all spongy and it wants to stay on the floor. I literally have to use my foot to pick it up. Do you think I damaged the brake booster or master cylinder?
 

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Not sure what you might have damage but luckily it didn’t blow the plug or you would have N000 brakes, might want to fix that right away. Also start a brake thread for it.
As for stock I don’t have a stock bronco bumper but this was on the back of the 86 F150 I’m plundering.
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This is front and stock from an 85 F250
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Here’s mine no tape in the picture but mine are welded to the frame, going to
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cut off and redo bolt ons.
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