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Old 05-18-2011, 08:26 PM
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Here , when I first got it .Click the image to open in full size.
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With fog light , its better
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Slowly , ... it will be mean... and , ALL BLACK !
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Nice truck Bronkosaurus!! what size tires are those. Looks like a tight fit.
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Those look like 33x11.5 (R15 of course).
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Dude, trust me....a big block is way better. Just fix it up right.

Same with a small block but a big block has more potential to gather more hp/torque.
the big block has more than 100 ft/torque. which means more wheel spin. just waiting and wheeling...
i cant see having my bronco down right now. if my buddies call me up and say lets go wheeling. i just fill up the gas tank and roll.......
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i just fill up the gas tank and roll.......
Says the independently wealthy or maybe one with a second on the house. 33 gallons in less than 300 miles better be the most fabulous miles I've ever driven.
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Says the independently wealthy or maybe one with a second on the house. 33 gallons in less than 300 miles better be the most fabulous miles I've ever driven.
100 bucks for 3/4 tank............its all good, its only money.
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I would keep the grey scheme of the paint. It looks great, probably needs some polish or even new paint, but i think it's more original than all black (i'm a sucker for two tones anyway).
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Just picked this up about 5 hours ago.
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Hey thinks. I think Im going to like it. It needs a new oil pan gasket and transmission pan gasket but I think It should be a pretty easy fix.
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How would I upload a pic? It needs the url of the picture.
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Click the image to open in full size. 198k original motor. Bought in 1995. Part of the family now.
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this thing is decaying more and more and i can't stop it. it rusts through truck bed liner
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