I think I have a pile of those splined washers in my toolbox, I’ll take a look for ya!Bronco ii back in the shop
I used 4wd so much this winter it ate another u joint and a splined washer.
Cannot buy the 27 spline washer anymore or the 3 piece setup from the 96-97 ranger
Junk yard for me, I need to collect as many of those washers as I can
I ordered all new wheel bearings and some u joints again, no biggie.
My skyjacker 6 coil springs are worn out, they have seen years of abuse so I ordered new ones. I was hoping to find some 8” coils but they no longer make them? Skyjacker coils are 410 psi perfect for my truck. I run 6” coil with f150 spring seats and my beams ait
Level… however the truck is sitting low, with a v8 and winch,
Old coils…Well let’s see what new coils will do
I also ordered a ruffstuff rear axle u bolt eliminator kit that will allow me to move my rear axle back 1-1.5”. I run skyjacker 6”’leaf springs and a beltech shackle, no blocks. My 35” tire is too close to the fiberglass so I’m moving it back to clear.
Should get me by for another 3-4 mud/snow seasons while I build my sport trac. Once the trac is done the bii is getting a frame off
Cool Bronco II. I actually got my Ex 4x4 to get out of my parking spot in the winter. It's on the shoulder of a road here in town. Plow gets to my street LAST and plows up nice ice banks for me to cross, LOLIt's too bad exhaust rots out.
The B2 is still looking great.
It's rough living when you get to 4wheel out of your driveway in the winter. Love it.
LOL, Life is pretty busy these days & I sold my last Explorer in 2014, but I saw an email notification from Jamie & was thinking “I bet I have some of those shafts & washers laying around.”woahhh!!!! guess whos back!!! (or at least i havent seen posts in a while) is it just me or are we seeing a reusrgance in old time members