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1988 bronco 2 body mounted on a 1987 full size chevy blazer frame

Im still trying to find the pictures since i no longer have the vehicle. I drove it till the body rusted out and scrapped it. I had to shorten the frame a lot. The driveshaft i shortened so much that the pipe was only about 18 inches long. I put wedges under the leafs to rotate the rearend up in the front. The driveshaft still had a pretty tight angle and it wore ujoints out fairly quick. It was automatic, 700r4 with a 350 sb. It was fun to drive but i liked my ranger body on the 78 bronco frame a lot better. I had no suspension lift in the bronco 2 either. Ill try to find the pics and get them posted.
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