Category: Bronco Repair & Maintenance

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 »

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 »

A True Beast: A 1985 Bronco Build

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There are some trucks out there have gone down in history and become memorable icons of certain eras of our world. One such truck is the Ford Bronco, which was in production between 1966 and 1996. Though those thirty years are over, these beasts are still seen roaring down streets everywhere, and are still certainly one [...] More »

Bronco: ABS Cut Off Switch

(NOTE: This article describes modification to the functioning of the ABS system and is intended for off-road use only.  Use the following procedures at your own risk!) Those of you who have 1993-1996 Broncos have probably come across this problem, you’re going down a washboard road and suddenly have to hit the brakes. No matter how [...] More »

Complete Brake Upgrade for 1978 – 1979 Ford Broncos

By Danny Cabral The objective of this article is to provide you with the knowledge and identity of components needed to vastly improve the braking capability of our ’78-’79 Ford Broncos. This upgrade will not require drilling, cutting, grinding, welding or fabrication. We will be retaining the 5 lug, 15" wheels and the original axles. [...] More »