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Remember the Hulk's ripping shirt, red-veined eyes, and bulging muscles? Think of this month's cover truck as the Bronco that's afflicted with the tendency to change into a powerful green monster. What makes the '80-'96 Bronco so unique is the Ford-designed Twin Traction Beam front Dana 44. In 1980, the third generation of Broncos went from Gen II's solid axle to the quasi-independent front suspension. Ford argued for better suspension travel and off-roadability.
Cooking camp breakfast on your rig scores big cool-factor points. We all love our manifold burritos, but too much heat is a bad thing. How many of us have modified our rigs and later realized that we created a different problem someplace else? In our case, we knew the route of the exhaust and the placement of the crossover Flowmaster muffler were going to generate a lot of heat on our '71 Bronco. When we installed the full belly skidplates and the interior panels above the exhaust we wound up