Ask technical questions about your Ford Bronco II here. Technical write-ups on your axle swaps, engine swaps, chop tops, etc. are encouraged.
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I agree a dana 35 and an 8.8 would be an easy and great swap in for the axles. I know the 7.5 rear can take some what of the horse power and torque of the 302, but not for too long. It can only be made stronger with a locker. THE DANA 28 (your front end) WILL NOT TAKE IT TOO WELL! Personally I would suggest a dana 44 and a Ford 9" from an early Bronco for handling this kinda problem. Thay are closest to stock width and handle a really good amount of power normally, and if they are built up. This is one of the best and easiest options for a good drivetrain (I am of course doing this swap ). But if you wanna go hardcore there is always a dana 60 rear and a dana 44 front combo. But with that you'll have to go full width. Otherwise you'll have to do what nobody did, a complete modification of the dana 60 and/or 44. LAST BUT NOT LEAST! You'll have the option of front and rear dana 60's. Thats just too much for me, but are strong as hell. You have a lot of options. Just go look through all of them
230,000 miles and she still turns heads