MoabB2 – 1989 Ford Bronco II XLT 4X4

It’s nice to find a clean well built Bronco II that’s highly capable of going offroad, but still looks good.

Such is the case with Josh’s 1989 Bronco II from Sandy, Utah.

You can get more photos and details about this vehicle HERE.


Frame Off Restoration

Buckingham Blue Pearl Metallic and Chawton White 2-Tone Paint

Custom tubed Front Clip And Radiator Support.

James Duff Polyurethane Body Mounts.

Bushwacker Cut-Out Fender Flares

Custom grill


1997 5.0L V8 with GT-40p Heads (215 rwhp / 273 ft/lb)

4R70W, AOD-EW Transmission with Shift Kit & Kevlar Bands

OBD-II PCM and Diagnostic Port, SCT X3 custom Dyno Tune.

Custom Dual Exhaust with Flowmaster 40 Series Mufflers

Torque Monster Headers

Aluminum 4-Core Radiator

B&M Transmission Supercooler with Temp Gauge.

BW1354 Transfer Case, 34.4:1 Crawl Ratio

Early Bronco Dana 44 Front Axle with Disc Brakes, Chromoly Shafts, 4.88 Gears, Superjoints, ARB Air Locker Warn Hubs, and Cage Offroad Trac-Bar Mount

Early Bronco big bearing Ford 9-Inch Rear Axle with Drum Brakes, Yukon 31-Spline Shafts, 4.88 Gears and ARB Air Locker


3.5-Inch Cage Offroad Early Bronco front coil springs

Cage Offroad Early Bronco extended radius arms & mounts

(4) Cage Offroad shocks

James Duff Zinc Plated Coil Buckets

Cage Offroad Shock Mounts

Skyjacker Bronco II 4-Inch Leaf Springs


35×13.50×15 BFG Krawler TA on 15X10 Cragar steel wheels.

35×12.50×15 BFG Mud Terrain KO spare tire.

(5) Cragar 15×10 5×5.5 Series 397


James Duff Front & Rear Receiver Bumpers


Hella 500 Off-Road Lights, Xenon Driving Lights, Rear Off-Road Light

Panasonic CD Player with JBL Speakers

Midland CB Radio

Yakima Loadwarrior Basket with Axe/Shovel Brackets.

Hi-Lift Jack

Custom FX4 Decals


Click the photos to enlarge.

Jim Oaks
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As a Ford Ranger enthusiast who enjoys modifying my Ford Rangers for off-road use, I quickly discovered that there wasn’t any websites dedicated to the subject. So in 1999, I created As That site began to grow, I began to see a lot of Bronco II owners join the site, since it shared the same platform with the Ranger. That caused me to create the 'Bronco II Corral' as a photo gallery, which spawned off in to the website you're visiting today. Thanks for taking the time to check it out.

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