Oww!! What the heck??
Owww! My '94 Bronco has 4 steel cone-shaped pegs that stick down from the bottom of the frame. The pegs are about 1/2 inch diameter, tapering to about 3/8 inch at the end, and are about an inch or more long. There is one peg at each wheel. The pegs in the back are ahead of the wheel, right by the fuel filter. The pegs have a rivet head on the top side that holds them in the frame. I assume it came that way from the factory, as they are riveted.
Any idea what these @#*%*#@! things are for? (other than trying to poke my eyes out?) The ones in the rear are particularly nasty due to their placement! Were these used to align frame rails in the factory for welding, or what? Any ideas? Does everybody have these on their late Bronco's too?