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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by jsbass, Mar 13, 2008.
I won't comment on the driver, though.
Sorry, but that one's a little too big to me. I don't see a Bronco as a rock crawler, so I don't see any need for that much suspension flex. My ideal size for that era Bronco is a 7 or so inch lift with BFG 35"s.
That said, I still regret that when I was 17 my parents let me buy a damn crotch rocket instead of a '79 Bronco w/ a 351, 12" lift, and BFG 39"s.
That Bronco gets beat though. Anyone else hear that poor PS pump whining in the second vid?
That driver sucks. Hard.
I will; he's not too good.
Furthermore, wrong tires. Anything less than a TSL or a Bogger...or at the very least a Mudder is pretty foolish considering the amount of mud he was facing. The tire lugs were just way too small, and the tire wasn't self-cleaning properly, nor throwing enough mud back to properly move the truck forward in the really deep stuff.
1974 Chevy K5: 8" Superlift springs F/R, 3" Trailmaster body lift, siamesed bushwacker cut-outs with 44" TSL Swampers on Alcoa 15 x 14s Dana 44 / Dynatrac Dana 60 (custom width to match front track)
What kind of suspension was that?