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Snow Wheeling - January 2012
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http://www.snowtrek.org The snow level finally came down low enough to make a snow wheeling run up the Boardman Lake road. Unfortunately the cold weather didn't hold, and we got some heavy rain the night before. The result was 4+ feet of slush that turned to water as we drove on it. We stopped along the way to repair a flat tire and dig out a toyota that was stuck up there. The owner was able to get it the next day. Took a short snowshoe walk into Lake Evan and snapped a quick panorama. Overall it was another fun snow wheeling trip, even if the conditions weren't the best. This video was filmed with a GoPro Hero2 at 720p.

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Hello everyone. New guy here. Just picked up a sweet little 98 b2 that I plan on getting very muddy here soon. I put a 2Ē lift on so I can get a set of 33 under her but I have 2 problems. 1st. After the lift I canít get the tires to stand straight. They lean out at the top. How does a guy fix this? 2nd. I have no washer fluid on front windshield. Gets the back but not the front. Other than this I think me and this little unit are gonna be the ...
    The taconeck adventure
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    My 1986 Bronco 2
I purchased this rust free Bronco 2 locally, after seeing it for sale in a local facebook ad. 800.00 later, I loaded it onto my trailer, and brought it home. It has a good 2.9, A4LD, dealer installed A/C, and electronic transfer case. The Transfer case was no good, it had no oil left in it, and missing the front driveshaft.
Hello my fellow Ford Bronco II enthusiasts! I havenít ever driven a Bronco II yet, but Iím very interested in getting one for my next vehicle. I previously had a Ď91 Ranger. Iím trying to do Uber and Lyft, but I need to know how many seatbelts are in the truck! Iím thinking at least 4, but if thereís 5 of them then BINGO because I need at least 5 seats including the driver. Thanks guys, I appreciate your help.
    Exhaust manifold
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    89 bronco II
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