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Old 10-27-2015, 03:42 PM
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New to the forum, Hello

I Just pickup a 1996 Ford Bronco. It has a 351 Lighting Eng. 5.8L. It Needs some love but it's going to be fun.....
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Great site!

My stepdad gifted me his 96 bronco after I said I wanted it when he was done with it. I waited 19 years to get the call. I finally registered after finding answers to just about anything I needed. Never even had to post. Great job on the site!
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Marti Report

For those of you who are like me and you want to know the deep dark details of your Bronco, there is a great thing called Marti Report. Basically its like a build sheet, they take your VIN and tear it down, then send you all the details. It isn't exactly cheap but I found it totally worth it for my 78.

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They can replicate a new metal door tag, and a sticker. They can list all the options your truck came with and more!
It isn't only for Broncos, but most Ford vehicles.
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What kind of cost is involved in that Dylan.
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What kind of cost is involved in that Dylan.
The total before shipping was about $116. Its about $46 for the Deluxe version, plus I added the optional metal door tag, the inspection sticker, and having the paper printed. They will send a PDF file to your email with the details.

Like I said, it isn't totally cheap, but worth it to me. They go upwards of $200+.
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That's not bad at all, lots of information. and having the correct looking door tags again is awesome.
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Yup! It does take a while though. The PDF comes in a few weeks but it took longer for the physical stuff to arrive. I wasn't overly happy about that but once it arrived I forgot that.
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Well that's just something! I think I just found out some useful information from the Big Bronco FAQs I've skipped over before. I've had this clunk when I take off for quite some time now that I wasn't sure where it was coming from. I had the U-joints changed and some other things so I figured I'd get around to finding out what it is when I change out my ball joints and the rest of the front end.

I know I've read the Big Bronco FAQs page before, but I skipped over the part about the clunking noise! I guess I better check that slip joint in the drive-shaft and grease it up! It never hurts to go back and read over things, even after 9 years!
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I got a Bronco because I like the fusion of old and new technology on my 1993 EB. Its got a removable top and smoke windows, but has leather seats, overhead console (OK added but close) , ABS, and a MUCH more refined interior than the K5 Blazer or Ram Charger. If you like the full size, "milk carton" looking SUV's; the 92-96 Ford Bronco is the final iteration of that design.
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For those of you who are like me and you want to know the deep dark details of your Bronco, there is a great thing called Marti Report. Basically its like a build sheet, they take your VIN and tear it down, then send you all the details. It isn't exactly cheap but I found it totally worth it for my 78.

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They can replicate a new metal door tag, and a sticker. They can list all the options your truck came with and more!
It isn't only for Broncos, but most Ford vehicles.
That is awesome! I will do one for y bronco. Do you know if they can do a '54 f100?
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That is awesome! I will do one for y bronco. Do you know if they can do a '54 f100?
They shouldn't haven't any issues doing it for you. They do amolst any Ford.
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They shouldn't haven't any issues doing it for you. They do amolst any Ford.
Cool, I'll do it sometime in the future then.
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Nice info on how the Bronco came about. The Bronco At 50: A History Of Ford?s Trail Pony

Cool to see the concept drawing and the Shorthorn idea.
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love this website . I wirk on my truck myself a lot and it's great to have a go to place for solutions and ideas !!!!
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My bronco

Yes I have 1983 ford bronco with C6 transmission but I would like to avoid a four-speed transmission and what is the best translation that I can put in my bronco?
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