rebuilding a 3onTree.

Tie rods, steering box, drag link, alignment.
What tires fit, brands, sizes, beadlocks, etc.

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rebuilding a 3onTree.

Post by ItsaBronco » Wed Apr 07, 2010 2:23 am

exactly how hard is it..? im ordering parts and buying all sorts of stuff for my bronco.. so would it be easier to just rebuilt the 3 on the tree or is it easier/cheaper to just put a floor shifter in..
74 Bronco~302

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Post by bbronko » Sun Jun 06, 2010 9:21 pm

It depends on you. Have you rebuilt and other stuff on your Bronco? It is not hard but it will take some time. As when I rebuilt my column I sanded it all down and painted it all up. I am kind of picky on stuff like that. If you have a 74 uncut stock Bronco I would not cut the pan out of it to install a shifter. I am tall and they get in the way of my legs. If you have any more questions just ask me and I will help you out the best I can. Good luck.

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Post by Viperwolf1 » Sun Jun 06, 2010 9:47 pm


'74 Sport, '89 5.0 HO SEFI, C4, 33's, 4.10 gears, and a few Hickey parts

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