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    Moab bronco safari 2017

    Went to Moab for 4 days ran poison spider, Pritchett canyon,bfe and coyote canyon






















    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]1975 bronco fully loaded:)

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    vb's Avatar
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    Nice shots...
    " Every soul deserves a shot at a Cadillac, but not everyone should be guaranteed a Cadillac". Ben Stein

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    Nice pics! How did all your upgrades work on the trails?
    If it weren't for bad luck, I'd have none at all.

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    Car works really well

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    Great pics! I am heading there in a month and I can't wait!
    95 ZJ, Lift, dents, and noise.

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    Thanks for sharing!!
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    1973 Bronco, 351 SEFI, Locked, discs, 35's ZF-5spd and Atlas 4spd. 235:1 Crawl Ratio

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    Me and a few buds were trailering out to BFE this past Saturday and saw a group of early Broncos headed into Coyote. Must have been you guys. I ran it before it was closed and re-opened with restrictions and it is on my list of trails to hit again. It was a dandy!!!
    The Lemonator
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    I think I saw you guys coming out of Pritchett, We were on the KTMs going to drop in. Get the sidewall repaired?
    83 CJ/LJ conversion on Tons.
    with custom placed dog hair....

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    I drove out on a buddies spare. I'm rethinking no spare tire

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    It's hard to pack a spare tire in a bronco when you run big meats!

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    Yeah, same with a jeep. But I like to have mine just in case. Although, that's what friends with similar bolt patterns are for too

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    Speaking of spares, I had a 33X9.50 for a spare when I was running 37's. I sliced a sidewall t the top of Mt. Blanca and threw on the 33. I thought my rig would handle terrible with this large tire size discrepancy. I could tell no difference. Even with the ARB locked in, it still handled just fine. Makes one rethink the idea of carrying a spare with the idea of just getting off the trail.

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    One great benefit of a smaller spare is you can typically get a much narrower tire. So you save a lot of space over a full size spare.

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    Just need to figure out a mount as I want it low but not to low to hit shit

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