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Old 11-11-2010
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Putting A 8.8 Rearend In A Bronco ll?

I have a 89 bronco ll and was wondering if a 8.8 would bolt up to it? I can get one out of a explorer but dont know if it will work because of the drive shaft on the bronco. If anyone knows how or if it can let me know. Thanks
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It should work fine as far as I know. It might just be a little wider than your current axle
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Old 11-12-2010
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My rear springs has got weak and was just wondering if it would be just as easy to change the rearend or just to add a spring.
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