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post #1 of (permalink) Old 03-06-2000, 02:05 AM Thread Starter
 
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Ultimate Bronco Suspension

Just to let everybody know there is a new suspension system/axle swap for late model Broncos out on the market. It is made by Fabritech and allows a solid Dana 44 or 60 to be swapped for the TTB. This should solve problems and questions of swapping a solid front axle that I have seen on this forum. This is a super trick suspension and if I had the money (I'm a student) I would definetly invest in this system.



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post #2 of (permalink) Old 03-06-2000, 11:19 PM
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Re: Ultimate Bronco Suspension

Thanks for this posting. I want to lift my 1991 SAE Bronco, but was having problems selecting a lift kit. Now I know what I want, but now need the money to get it. HA!HA!

Too bad the won't drop it down into the prices of the others, because I would order it today.

Good job locating the info... now find something for a transmission swap from a E4OD to something like a C6 or better transmission.

Later!

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The newest fourwheeler mag. has articles and info on how to swap out IFS to a solid. Includes the Bronco and Chevy trucks. sounds expensive!

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the e4od is a great tranny when built properly. WHy do you need that absurdly expensive "kit" to swap in a solid axle? I'm about to undertake a solid axle swap into my bronco and i am confident i can do it for less than 800bucks. of course, thats with me rebuilding the axle and setting up the gears, not a shop. Go find yourslef a dana44 out of a 78-79 Bronco and do the swap yourself!!!!!!!!It'll be MUCH MUCH cheaper. that kit is a rip off

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The kit has three phases, you can do the axle yourself. Phase 1 just includes hardware(you must add coil springs), Phase 2 includes coil springs, and Phase 3 includes complete axle. Of course it's going to be more expensive than doing it yourself, but it is any excellent kit for people who don't want to frabicate their own coil springs, radius arms, and bracketry.

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you dont need to fabricate coil springs or radius arms! you use the stock components or purchase aftermarket ones. The only fabrication that needs to be done when doing a solid axle swap is the making of the trac bar bracket. everything else can be purchased.

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