small-list-digest Thursday, April 15 1999 Volume 03 : Number 087



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In this issue:

FTE Small - Bronco II Lift Kit?
FTE Small - Attack/Shocks
FTE Small - re: Shocks for B II -- Any recommendations?
FTE Small - re: BII Shocks

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Date: Wed, 14 Apr 1999 14:43:02 EDT
From: PNSWRNKEL aol.com
Subject: FTE Small - Bronco II Lift Kit?

Hey all. im new to the list, but not to off-roading. I have a 1988 Bronco
II. I am looking to put a 5" or 6" lift kit with a 3" body lift, and 35"
Thornbird tires. Has anyone lifted their bronco II or know anything about
it? I am looking for advice on what is a good lift kit for it. Also, what
parts I will have to replace, like driveshaft, tranny, etc......? If anyone
know anything to do with this, please let me know. Thanks alot.

Daniel.
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Date: Wed, 14 Apr 1999 13:10:37 -0700
From: "J.S.H."
Subject: FTE Small - Attack/Shocks

"I just have to ask, did you ever take an English class?"

Compleleteely unculled fer.Sum of us are just mur cumfertable wit
renches dan kayboards.(All mispelling deliberate just to irritate you.)

I have always had good luck with KYB shocks.
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Date: Wed, 14 Apr 99 18:10:00 EDT
From: CONAN RALVM8.VNET.IBM.COM
Subject: FTE Small - re: Shocks for B II -- Any recommendations?

Hi Keith,
I don't know how much other brands sell for, but I tend to put
Bilstein shocks on everything. :-) NORMALLY they are quite expensive,
as you mention, HOWEVER, Bilstein has been trying to build market share
in the truck market and have had real good pricing on -truck- sizes for
a good while now. Last I heard they were in the $50-60each range. I
can't say about other truck shocks but, for Bilsteins, that's cheap.
Auto Sport Gallery 1-800-868-2002 in Raleigh NC is who I order
from. They accept credit cards and will ship.
WARNING: The owner IS a friend of mine, but I get NO kickback. :-)
He (Tom Bishop) uses them on all his vehicles too.
Ed in NC
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Date: Wed, 14 Apr 1999 19:28:54 PDT
From: "Joe Mitchell"
Subject: FTE Small - re: BII Shocks

From: "Pete Lawless"

>Replying to Keith Christensen

>Edelbrock's are also supposed to be very good (high-end $$)
>Later..... Pete

Replying to anyone who cares ;)

I recently (two days ago) replaced the shocks on my 91 Ranger. For my
driving (lots of bumps on road, mild off-roading, and usually driving
fast on both) purposes, I went with Gabriel. They are great for my
purposes, and were much cheaper than Edelbrocks. I looked into
Edelbrock's very seriously but couldn't afford the $65 price tag (a
peice). Hey, I'm just 16. If you're looking to put more money than I
did into it, I would recomend Edelbrock's, as I know a few people
(4 or 5) with trucks/SUVS who use them and they are very good off and
on road. I would have got them on mine, but as i said, I'm only 16 and
just couldn't afford the price tag.... Oh, and the Gabriel shocks were
around $35 a peice.
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