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Looking at a 1984 Broncos II

Can anyone tell me how good the engine is with steep hills, and what size tires can I put on that will not destroy the power output?
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Someone might be able to help here but you might want to post this over in the Ranger forum. The Bronco II is a smaller and different model than the Bronco. The ("deuce")BII was built on the smaller Ranger platform while the Bronco was built on the full-size (F-series) platform. So, most of the folks here are more familiar with the full-size Bronco. That is not to say that some of us don't have one or know something about them. You just may get a more timely response from folks in the Ranger forum.
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About the only things the Bronco and Bronco II share in common are who made them, usage, and their name.
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X3 . It also helps to know what engine you have, tranny, gearing, intended use etc.etc.
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