This sharp 1988 Bronco II belongs to Adam McLaughlin (kd6pocjps.net)
This started out as a stock 1988 BII. The EFI system was completely overhauled, and the clutch was replaced with a centerforce along with the master and slave cylinders. The truck has a 3" suspension lift from James Duff to allow for the 31" BFG All Terrains. The rubber brake lines had to be converted to stainless steel due to the length and flex of the IFS. There is a custom double cardigan driveshaft in the rear along with a new differential with a detroit locker. I used Warn hubs in the front, and the Warn M8000 winch helps out when things get sticky. A 105 Amp alternator powers a Interstate Super Megatron Plus under the hood. Flowmaster series 50 get the exhaust out, and a MSD-6A ignition system keeps the engine running. A rear differential brace helps preserve the rear end, and a Con-Fer mount holds a 5 gallon jerry can used for "making friends" on the trail. A 2 meter ham rig keeps me company on trips, and a Jensen CD player keeps the Pearl Jam playing.
This overhaul took about four months to do from bone stock.