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Diesel Ford Bronco, 7.3 Powerstroke, fully converted 4x4 F-250 Bronco NO RESERVE

For sale: 1993 Ford F-250 XLT

Technical specifications

Item location:
Phoenix, Arizona, United States
XLT Standard Cab Pickup 2-Door
Engine size:
7.3L 445Cu. In. V8 DIESEL OHV Turbocharged
Number of cylinders:
Power options:
Air Conditioning, Power Locks, Power Windows
Drive type:
Interior color:
4-Wheel Drive, CD Player
Vehicle Title:
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NO REVERVE NO RESERVE NO RESERVE!! I use this truck on a weekly basis. It is a turn key start with low miles for a diesel. only 125. 00! I really wish I could post a video/audio of the truck running. it sounds amazing. I'm headed to ASU in the fall and I no longer have the time or money to keep this legend alive. I hope this goes to another Ford connoisseur that will enjoy it as much as I have. This is a rare. fully converted diesel bronco!! Extremely low miles on a great running diesel. Referring to the first picture. I stand at 5'10" and the hood of the bronco comes up to my shoulder. just to give you an idea of how tall this truck sits. The Bronco body and frame are from a 1993 Bronco with a 1997. 7. 3 Powerstroke diesel engine installed in it. The front suspension has been converted to a solid Dana 60 axle with leaf springs. and the rear axle swapped with a Ford 10. 25 limited slip. Both axles came from a Ford superduty 3. 73 ratio and 8 lug rims interchange for tire rotations. The front axle was rebuilt 4000 miles ago with new timken hub/bearings. The front differential was replaced with a solid spool piece from Yukon Gear. Rear differential was rebuilt 6000 miles ago. Master cylinder and brake boost have been upgraded. All wheel disk braking! Engine: 7. 3 Diesel Powerstroke from a 1997 F-250 (with California emissions. meaning injectors have 2 shots per cycle) -Bank's Intercooler -New Bank's charged air cooler boots -Bank's shift kit on transmission -rebuilt turbo pedestal -Fass Fuel pump!! (constant 70 psi) -Block heater works -4" exhaust with a 5" tip. no muffler (you can hear the turbo whistle!) -A/C and heater work great -Tripple stack gauge cluster (digital fuel pressure. boost and pyrometer)-New pedal assembly; IVS and TPS replaced Front axle: 2002 Ford F-250 Dana 60. 3/4 ton -New timken hub/bearings priced at $200 each! -vacuum seals replaced -New pinion seals and bearings -New axle shaft seals-New adjustable shocks -Differential was replaced with a Yukon spool piece and new bearings -Fabtech steering stabilizers -35" BFGoodrich All Terrain tires with 85% tread left. come with certs from discount tireRear axle: 2000 Ford F-250. Ford 10. 25". 3/4 ton -Rebuilt by Phoenix rack and axle. They installed a limited slip differential with new bearings. Still under warranty. -35" BFGoodrich All Terrain tires with 85% tread left. come with certs from discount tire -Disc brakesAny other questions please don't hesitate to contact me. happy biddingOn Apr-16-15 at 18:49:26 PDT. seller added the following information:I have had a few questions emailed to me. thought I would clarify:-The entire drivetrain of the bronco came from a F-250; meaning 7. 3 Powerstroke engine. E40D transmission and Borg Warner 4407 transfer case are in the bronco. -The spool piece in the front differential does indeed lock the front axle. with absolutely no slipping within the front differential. The bronco however drives like a normal vehicle around turns. there is no hopping/chirping when turning. The only time the whole axle will be locked from tire to tire would be when the front hubs are engaged. That is only going to be in a 4x4 situation where you need it. Now adding the limited-slit in the rear differential. you will have FULL 4x4 with all the torque you need. Also I forgot to mention I have a spare alternator as well

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