Category: Ford Bronco

How to Replace & Bleed Your Brakes

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If you have never worked on your brakes before, the idea can seem pretty daunting at first. We are talking about something you rely on to keep you safe and stop you before you crash into things. However, replacing your own brakes and bleeding the system aren’t really as bad as they seem. So, we’ll [...] More »

Watch a Jacked Up 1983 Bronco Sling Mud

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This week’s Muddy segment takes a look at a purpose built Ford Bronco mud truck driven by Miss Jocelyn Payne as it storms through one monster mud bog pit. We hear before the run begins that the time to be is in the low 7 second range and while the Bronco doesn’t seem to get [...] More »

Go Broncos! Watch a 1966 Ford Commercial

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A lot has changed in the automotive world since 1966. However, to this day it’s still a good idea to make the truck-like vehicle you’re marketing attractive, versatile and rugged. The following commercial for the 1966 Ford Bronco makes it look as if it has all three of those characteristics. Its straight, masculine lines fit [...] More »

Hump Day Jump: See a Ford Bronco II Soar

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Tuff Trucks competitions are always a load of fun. All the big trucks, powerful engines, and high-flying action add up to a hell of a good time. Despite the commonplace, adrenaline-inducing flights, this Ford Bronco II certainly stole the show. Though it starts out rather slow — mundane even — in the first few seconds, [...] More »

Putting on the Brakes (Part Two)

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We’re going to go over the rest of the components of the typical brake system from brake pedal to caliper. So far we covered the pedal, booster, master cylinder and the lines.  Here are the rest of the parts you need to know about and how they work. Calipers/Drums – Most modern Ford Trucks will [...] More »

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