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Join Date: Oct 1999
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Re: What year bronco do I avoid?
Do not get a 92 to 96 Bronco in your situation. I have a 93 and can tell you that everything is electrically tied together. For example, if you swapped the stock 8.8 rearend for that 1ton you have, your transmission wouldn't shift right and the odometer and speedometers won't work. ABS would probably be messed up too. Plus, my electrically shifted transfer case has it's bad days...can't even get into 4wd without beating on it. I'd take a stick shifted one any day. Also, I'd definitely keep that rearend you have, since it's full floating and badass. You can run 44" tires on it or fly 6 ft in the air without a problem..I wish I could do that myself, but I'd have to find one out of a 92-97 f350..not really easy to do. I think the 92-96 models are the best looking, but I'm slightly biased. To me, the optimum setup would be to take and f350, take the body off, shorten it to bronco length, and put a 92-96 frame back on it...but that could be slightly expensive. Good luck...sorry for rambling