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Old 10-15-2012, 11:40 AM
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So far so good Jon, do you have every thing you need to put it back together.......
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So far so good Jon, do you have every thing you need to put it back together.......
just need brake lines but i got a place..

i also have a set of hubs that need to go back to warn
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Sounds good Jon, WELCOME to FTE
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Was getting ice cream so I took a pic of my bronco lol. After the 2.5" lift.

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Nice Bronco! When are the new tires going on?
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Hurry up and finish that damn thing Jon
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Ryan, it looks great, but now I pity those tiny weak tires under her... they need to go!.
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haha I agree with Encho there. those tires are way too small.
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Well its still a great Bronco & its better than mine & maybe...........
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I absolutely agree with getting rid of the tires, just hurting on cash right now, I had 2 brand new bf goodrich a/ts that I put on for now. Im def lookin forward to putting 32's or 33's on.
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I have 33X12.5's on mine stock with no problem at all. Ya should be able to go bigger with a lift I would think. Mine is an 85. Did they change them that much between mine and yours?
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33's will be the max with a 2.5" lift. I already tried 35's I would need to do some timming.
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I think 33's would fill it out great. 35's would be pushing it. I have a 3" body lift and it is about perfect. The tires tuck in nicely into the fenders when it flexes.
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Yeah, I have a 4" lift and I think the 33's are great. A little bigger would be kinda cool, but I really like the look of the 33s, PLUS I use my Bronco as a daily driver so I can't afford to lose any more MPG at all! Also I don't think buying 35s every so often would be too.. exceptional. I think 33s cost enough as it is.
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Really Guys. I have 33's on mine with no lift or mods and they work great. Except in the slushy snow on the hi-way. Than I got a set of 31X10.5's on the stock wheels that get me through that. I don't want to lift it as it seems that just ads problems in the way she handles. And we all know a Bronk don't handle like a truck or car. The short wheel base with a half ton suspension is like rack an pinion steering. Because of that nobody drives my Bronk but me. Scared he11 out of me till I got used to it. And I been drivin big rigs and junk all my life. It reminds me of a 70 MGB I had back in 2000. Ya just think ya want to turn and she is already there. She is soo tight. I like that.
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