88 bronco build

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circafwsk8r86

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Yup that’s exactly right. Like I said it caught my eye when I moved it. I’ll check ride height and see. When your bronco was at full bump what was the difference between driver and passenger?
 

yltaco05

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i will check this week, i never measured beam length or track width. but again simple math can loosely figure it out. I would guess 1/16's of an inch would be the ball park, given the beams don't sit flat at ride height and they or only a few degrees up from flat at bump. you'll see the most change from flat to drop probably.
 
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circafwsk8r86

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Got a lot of work done over Christmas break. Lower link tabs cut/ built. Lower links started. Rear end somewhat mocked under the bronco. Interior apart and started cab cage. Hard to take decent pics in my one car garage.
 

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circafwsk8r86

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Question. My bronco has bw1356, anyone know if or where I can get a 1350 output yoke for the rear shaft. I’d like to upgrade to 1350 but can’t find anything?
 

circafwsk8r86

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Flanged yoke from mid 90s? I was wondering if f350 or 250 had 1350? Front and rear yokes interchangeable?
 

yltaco05

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It’s my understanding that a Ford 1ton shaft will bolt up to your flange no problem. And I believe the 1 Ton still has a double cardon at the tcase. Or have your driveshaft shop make you one using ford parts.


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