Page 1: Present
Page 2: Past
Page 3: 4X4 new and old
Page 4: My 91 Explorer (aka Project Slut)
Page 5: Misc Stuff...odds and ends...cool stuff
MY BII was voted Dec/05 Street Rig Of The Month at BroncoII.ORG Also voted Sept/06 Truck of the month at www.BroncoII-Ranger.com.
Before and after pics of my BII with added lift
This is my solution to cracked rear lift gates. I had a custom piece of stainless steel made. I bolted it on to add extra strength to the rear door. I also found a mint spare tire cover to replace my old crappy one. You can also see in this pic my new stainless steel exhaust tip.
(Left) I added a new rear cargo light with super bright white bulbs.
(Right)I removed all the door lock rods and pins, and replaced them with these cool red lights that flash when my alarm is set. I did this when I installed the power doorlocks, and to prevent someone from slim jimming my truck. This all happened after someone broke in and stole all my shit. Man was I pissed. So this prevents that and stops me from locking my keys in the truck. Now I have it programmed to lock and unlock the doors when you turn the alarm on and off.
Added a Sun roof
Tinted the windows and added BroncoII.org stickers. Check out the website on how to get yours
Installed Alteeza Tail Lights are now available for the Bronco II and Ranger. They come in Clear, Black, Smoke, and Carbon fibre.
Also available are H4 conversion kits and Xenon bulbs.
I swapped the seats out of my 91 Explorer and put them in my BII, after they were completely cleaned of course.
Old BII seats....gotta love the vinyl
Newer Explorer seats. Add a little lumber support as well to the drivers side...I've since removed the lumbar thingy.
At least I now have some type of head rest support.
New warn Hubs and the BFG AT's on the left and my BFG MT's on the right...sorry about the mud...ok not really.
Also modded in some 91 Explorer dual sunvisors...it's a really good fix to the old floppy vinyl visors that where in there before
James Duff Extended Radius arms with JD front shocks...allows for killer flex in the front.
Scraped the clutch fan and installed an electric 2 speed fan out of a mercury sable. Keeps it super cool in the summer and when wheeling...not to mention less HP loss.
Here's my custom front receiver. Made it so that I could put my Winch on a cradle and move it fron front to back whenever I want.
Here's the 8000lb Champion winch that I picked up. Not the best but for the price it and for as often as I use it...It's good enough for me. I used 4 guage quick connects to allow me to move the winch from fron to back. Also ran wires and another connector to the back...real easy to use.
-Explorer seat up grade
-APC steering wheel
-Ractive air intake filter
-Stainless steel fender flares
-Chrome door handles
-Chrome window trim
-Compustar alarm system/power doorlocks
-B&M shifter handle
-H4 head light conversion kit
-Clear front signal lights
-Chrome front tow hooks
-Alteeza tail lights
-2" body lift
-Add a leaf and 1" lift blox in the rear
-Explorer front coils
-15X8 Ventura Polished (series 136) American Racing Rims with 235 75 R15 BFGoodrich Mud Terrians for wheeling
-15X7 stock centerline rims with 235 75 R15 BFGoodrich All Terrians for winter
-Dynomax exhaust with a stainless steel tip.
-3.75 LS gears
-James Duff Extend radius arms
-James Duff body bushings
-James Duff Front shocks
-James sway-bar bushings
-Custom front Receiver
-Champion 8000lb winch
-Engine swap to a 302
-4.10 or 4.56 gears with a locker.
-More James Duff parts...hence more lift
-Stainless steel trim for the lower doors and rocker panels