More Random Pics of the Bronco with a little Explanation
It's fun to use the forklift to work on it.
Me doing a little river crossing at reiter p... Show moreit.
diagram for wiring up dual batterys
the stock EB comes with a wiper i installed an opening window in the rear but also wanted the wiper so i installed one off a explorer and made a rest for it so it works properly.
old dash setup ..(with tach)
With matching rims trailer pritty snazzy huh?
double bass speaker setup in the rear. keep them otu of the way of gear.
side shot while putting the 4.0 in after i chopped the fenders
my friends "Leon Robbins" professional mountain boarder jumping my truck for a local paper photo shoot.
winching new logs in under our cabin vary handy.
Crankin the tunes out at work on a rainy day.
playin on the longest beach in the world! Show Less
These are a few new pics of the most recent mods, such as the axle swaps. was not quite as easy as i thought it would be but it wasn't ... Show morehorribly difficult eather. the rear axle is a pretty easy swap besides cutting and reweilding the shock mounts. the front is a little more difficult. mostly for the fact that the driveline has to be shortened, and it's just alot bigger all together. but it's pretty big diffrence having front and rear limited slip.
the ext rad arms where the next project that i decided i wanted at the same time that i was working on the front end. so i fab some up myself. the brackets are 1/2 hardened steel (yes overkill i know) and the pipe is 3/8 x 24. i just cut the existing tube and slipped the new tube over tightly and reweilded. now they give me more travel then i could ever handle and a smoother ride for sure. Show Less