Jarrod Azbill's Big Bronco
Jarrod Azbill's originally bought his '93 Bronco for his wife to drive around. It didn't take long before it went under the knife and became what it is today.
Originally running a ProComp 4" lift with the original axles, they where upgraded with a 3/4 ton control arm suspension setup with a set of 6" Super Flex springs for a '78 Bronco. It also received a strait Dana 44 axle out of a 3/4 ton rig with 4:10 gearing and a limited slip. While the axle has been holding up fine, there is a Dana 60 with 4:88 gears in the works to handle the duties. The rear got a Sterling 10.25" unit with 4:10 gears and is currently open. There is another set of 4:88's and a locker in the plans and its suspended with a Shackle Flip using F-250 Rear spring hangers and a 3" add a leaves. Hanging off the end of the axles are a set of 37"x14.5"x15" Toyo M/T's for whatever terrain Jarrod decides to tackle. Shock duties are taken care of by a set of 14" James Duff units.
The Power department is run by a Fuel Injected 351 mated to a ZF manual 5 speed backed by a Borg Warner 1356 transfer case.
When it came time to armor up the body, Jarrod turned to Steve at CBI Off Road. Steve built a set of front and rear bumpers and a set of sliders to keep the doors out of the rocks. The rear bumper is also a mount for the spare tire and the High Lift jack.
As you can see, this rig looks and works great and Jarrod isn't done turning wrenches yet. The story on this Big Bronco is far from over.