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#6466 Heavy Duty Heater Motor/Blower Upgrade Get the most out of your heating system! Check out the installation instructions here: Get the PDF Instructions HERE! (Download PDF for pictures) This is a step by step instruction guide on how to install … Continue reading
Want to take your old six-cylinder Early Bronco and throw in a 289, 302 or 351W V8 engine? We can help. Click here for a PDF itemized list of the products needed for this conversion.
66-77 Ford Bronco Wiper Cover for TBP/Rampage Soft Tops & Roll Bar Tops 66-77 Ford Bronco Wiper Cover for Bestop Soft Tops & Bikini Kits Click here to download the PDF Installation Diagram for this Wiper Cover Kit
66-77 Ford Bronco NV3550 Transmission Conversion This 7 part video series covers installation of our 66-77 Ford Bronco NV3550 Manual Transmission Swap Kit. To purchase this kit go here: BUY IT: 66-77 Ford Bronco NV3550 Transmission Swap Kit To see … Continue reading
3 Point Seat Belt Installation
Please see the attached image for a diagram with measurements of the Early Bronco Front and Rear Seat Mounting Hole Locations. This diagram is extremely useful when installing new floor pans in your Classic Bronco and you have forgotten to … Continue reading
I had the privilege of purchasing some nice new fronts seats for my 1996 Full Size Ford Bronco from Tom’s Bronco Parts. Now, I had the existing (stock) seat rails, so I needed to mount these custom seats to those … Continue reading
See the attached picture for a schematic of the 66-73 Ford Bronco Horn Button Assembly on the Factory Original Steering Wheel. It is incorporated with Tom’s Bronco Parts part numbers for easy reference and replacement part reordering.
The stock Early Bronco was equipped with a Brake Warning Light on the dash which is used to indicate when there is a loss of brake fluid pressure to the front or rear brake system. When this loss of pressure … Continue reading