73 Bronco Explorer Specs on this vehicle: Chassis: Wheelbase 92 in., Length 166 in., Height 78 in., Weight 3800 lbs, Belly Pan Clearance 19 in., Wheel Track Width 74 in. Engine: 302 V8rebuilt approximately 6K miles ago with RV cam Motorcraft 2bbl carburetor rebuilt with engine Hooker headers Dual Flowmaster exhaust Dual Optima Red-top batteries 200 Amp alternator, Pertronix conversion Jacobs Mileage Master electronic ignition system Chrome air filter and valve covers High volume oil pump Drivetrain: Transmission:NP435 Rebuilt with approximately 1500 miles on it Centerforce clutch assembly West Coast Broncos Dana 20 toNP435 adapter Transfer Case: Dana 20 with 2.46 gears, Tom’s Bronco Parts twinstick set-up - LEFT IS FOR FRONT AXLE, RIGHT IS FOR REAR, FORWARD IS LOWAND BACK IS HIGH RANGE Front Axle: Dana 44 Chevrolet disc brake conversion, ARB air locker – less than 1000 miles, Superior CrMo axles CTM u-joints, 5.39 gears, Power disk brakes, Warn Premium locking hubs 3/16” thick differential guard Rear axle: Ford 9” with small bearing, Superior CrMo 31-spline axles, ARB air locker – less than 500 miles, BC Broncos Disc brakes, 5.43 gears Suspension: 5.5”Duff rear suspension lift and 5.5” progressive rate coils in front, 4” drop Pitman arm, Adjustable drag link 4” drop track bar bracket, Adjustable trackbar, 2” body lift, 7° trailing arm, “C” bushings, 2 new Gabriel Shock absorbers in front, 2 new rear shock mounts and two new Procomp RS3000 shocks Tires/Wheels: New 38.5x14.5x16 MAXXIS Creepy Crawler tires on 16X8 Allied chrome bullet hole wheels with Longfield weld-on beadlocks, 2” Aluminum wheel spacers Steering:3.5 Turn power steering box out of an International Scout. Box has been rebuilt and rotation reversed to work in the Ford. Box is tapped for use with ram-assist steering. 7” travel “lock to lock”. New Saginaw high flow “Canned Ham” steering pump. New power steering, hoses, New steering shaft with sealed slip joint and a universal joint.
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Excluding price changes of less than $100.
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