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Old 03-13-2010
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suspension swap question

how difficult is it to put 95 bronco I beams in a 91 explorer 4x4? has anyone done this before?
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Old 03-14-2010
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what you need to do is take some measurements of the bronco 2 brackets

you also need to visually inspect both of the frames to see if they are a-like in regards to length/width

are the body mounts in basically the same locations

is there any other components in the way of putting the TTB locating mounts there
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