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92 bronco

Discussion in 'Ford Trucks' started by Pushnshove, Nov 20, 2006.

  1. Pushnshove

    Pushnshove Junior Member
    Messages: 8

    I have a 92 bronco overall its in decent shape has rust around the wheel well, and had to replace the tailgate. Frame is solid, I'm looking to put a plow mount on it, like a tube quick release type. I already have a meyer plow for it but need the whole set up for it. Undercarriage, light and pump frame. Oh and its a six cylinder. Wil the bronco fit the bill for plowing? If so, do I need to put a heavier spring on it like I did with my f150 by replacing it with a f250 spring? thanks.
     
  2. 85F150

    85F150 Senior Member
    Messages: 340

    It will plow just like a F150 except you will be able to turn nice and tight. Add some ballast to the rear. I would run air bags up front if you are going to use it during the summer as they won't harshen the ride then. Also if you have an auto add the tranny cooler. Just do all the basic stuff you would do for a half ton truck.
     
  3. captfudd

    captfudd Member
    Messages: 88

    Bronco plow excellently, just some points that havent been covered yet. After you get the plow installed drive around with the plow on and see how your temp gauge reacts my experience has been that with most of the Bronco's you have to bump up the radiator too keep the truck cool especially in the 6cyl models. If the truck has the automatic hubs get rid of them I personally have delat with too many issues with auto hubs on Fords
     
  4. Pushnshove

    Pushnshove Junior Member
    Messages: 8

    thanks again!

    Thanks for all the replys appreciated. Good Plowing!