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Old 03-06-2009
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Now it has FLEX!

I just got done converting my B2 to use Skyjacker Softride Jeep XJ front coils and wow what a difference! These working with my 4" rear Softrides has transformed this truck into a beast off road!

Here are some pix from this morning out at our local spot.Couple buddies cames along with their Jeeps also.














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nice man!
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love your bronco
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Thanx guys!
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Very nice, like the Bronco a lot.

How are the KM2's as far as road manners?
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Nice. Could be muddier tho IMO lol
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The poor red jeep doesn't seem to have any flex at all on that rock, lol.
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Nice. Could be muddier tho IMO lol
visit florida then. and i want a b2 now lol
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Korey, the KM2's are great on the street as long as there is no ice or light snow.Very quiet also for a mud tire.My Maxxis Buckshots made more noise.
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Nice bronco...
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Very nice Brian. I need to come down one day and try out your local spot.
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nice pics
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Nice BII!
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man i have been watching your build and i love the bronco man
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Chad,just name the time and day!

Im loving the Bronco Too!

I think Im done messing with it for a while now and I plan on ripping my Ranger apart now.Im doing a built 4.0,built trans,clean clean clean,new tires,etc....
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looks like they work great! Bronco looks sweet as usual, one of the only good BII's Ive ever seen
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LOL...seems like every bronco owner i know or see is freakin hard core offroader!! NIIIICCCE!!!!
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nice. why was your hood open?
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Looks awesome dude. That makes me really pissed though to see your nice rig since I had a chance to get a free Bronco II that was actually in decent shape.
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Temp got up to 230 so I had to let it cool off a bit. I need to add a electric fan to help when its doing all this slow driving.
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LOL...seems like every bronco owner i know or see is freakin hard core offroader!! NIIIICCCE!!!!
Thats why you cant buy a decent bronco, because everyone offroads them and tears them up.
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I love the first picture.
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id like to fix up my 84 b2...but its a 2.8L carb soo i dunno

yours looks amazing
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Looking good! Any clue what the spring rate is on the new coils?
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Old Duff coils were 400lb and my Skyjacker XJ coils are 240lb.
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