|October 14th, 2012, 08:40 PM||#1|
SOLD. 1989 Bronco II 550 Obo, need gone.
1989 Ford Bronco II
2.9 liter v6
New clutch in the last 4k miles,
rusty Smitty built rear bumper.
Stinger and reese type reciever up front.
32-11.50-15 Bfg At's
swapped in manual t-case
2012 ORV sticker
Flowmaster muffler behind a thrush glass pack.
optima redtop battery
ac is unhooked, i have no clue if it will work.
passenger side front inner axle shaft is broken at the joint
body is quite rough, the drivers door closes hard
have to open the hatch from the inside
tailpipe needs to be reattached at the muffler.
No rear Brakes (they started grinding, and i realized there was a bent shoe, then that bent another part, and then it all came apart, so i just gutted that side and plugged the line off at the master cylinder. )
Runs and drives, 550 obo, trades or partial trades considered (no cars or trucks though, i'm getting rid of this thing because i have too many as it is).
Pm me if you are interested.
Last edited by madscience; October 19th, 2012 at 10:34 PM. Reason: sold
|October 18th, 2012, 11:37 AM||#10|
Join Date: 01-17-08
Location: Lapeer, MI
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How many miles on the motor ...any lifter noise ?
What kindda tread left on the tires ?
Heat work ?
Is the axleshaft broken or just the u-joint gone bad ??
More info might help more than just bump's
|October 18th, 2012, 04:01 PM||#11|
It has some slight lifter noise, like most ranger engines from that era do.
The heat is great, Almost too hot to handle, however some people seem to like that.
The front passenger side inner axle shaft is broken where it wraps around the u-joint cap. The axle is a dana 28, not a 35.
The tires have tread, but not much left, like maybe 20-15%
I also feel that i should mention that the vehicle has managed to develop a slight vibration the last day i drove it to work.
If I don't sell it soon, i'm just going to take it to the junkyard.