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Old 08-31-2007, 09:54 AM   #1
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http://fullsizebronco.com/forum/showthread.php?t=25748 Go through every ppage and watch the progresss
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Old 08-31-2007, 10:16 AM   #2
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Been working on it since 2004...WOW
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wow..
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That's impressive.
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That is so badass!

I wonder how many hours are in it?
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dang!
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WOW!!! I have a stupid question, in there he says "since I know the 8.8 rear won’t last long with 37” tire, I will used the 10.25"

Is that true just because of the tire size??? If so why??? because I have no idea or is it just if ya are gonna push the truck.
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look at how big that rig is, much bigger than the f150
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WOW!!! I have a stupid question, in there he says "since I know the 8.8 rear won’t last long with 37” tire, I will used the 10.25"

Is that true just because of the tire size??? If so why??? because I have no idea or is it just if ya are gonna push the truck.

x2 on what Ty said. It has a bigger rear end, bigger transfer case, better gears, bigger tranny, bigger engine.
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i have to admit that is the coolest build ever done by an individual that i have ever seen! it is perfect in every way!
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