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Trail Rigs - 1972 Ford Bronco

Posted in Features on September 1, 2002 Comment (0)
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Trail Rigs - 1972 Ford Bronco

Raging BroncoTodd Sucher has been modifying this '72 Ford Bronco Sport for the better part of five years. The rig is powered by a 302ci engine that's been bored 0.030 over and equipped with an Edelbrock intake and a Holley carburetor. Bolted up behind it is a C4 automatic transmission. A 7-inch Skyjacker lift with quad shocks provides the stance, with Eagle II aluminum wheels wrapped in 33x12.50x15 Mastercraft rubber at the corners. The Bronco is outfitted with a full rollcage, a Superwinch winch, and James Duff flares.

HomegrownJohn and Sharon Hawkins tell us their flatfender was built in the family garage. The rig features a custom frame built by Advanced Frame Works, a 350ci small-block, a TH 350 automatic tranny, Tom Wood's driveshafts, and Dana 44s front and rear. The Jeep is also outfitted with a Lokar shifter, a Flaming River steering shaft, and a ton of other upgrades.

MudntymLamonte Horvath's '67 Nissan Patrol sits atop a shortened '76 Chevy 1/2-ton frame. The rig runs a 402ci Chevy big-block equipped with a 750 Edelbrock Performer carb and backs into an SM465 four-speed tranny and an NP 205 transfer case. For rubber stock, the Patrol runs 36x12.50x16 Super Swampers. Additional upgrades include a Corporate 14-bolt rear and a front Dana 44, both with Detroits.

Dangerous ToyMike and Maria Seymore own this '79 Jeep CJ-7. The rig sits on 4-inch Skyjacker Soft Ride springs that are mounted on top of the axle. The 15x12-inch Classic wheels are wrapped in 44-inch TSL Boggers. Beneath the hood rumbles a '69 390ci AMC that is backed by a T50 transmission. The CJ runs a 9-inch rearend equipped with a spool. The Jeep also features a Flowmaster exhaust and a Polk stereo system.

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