The 1970 Ford Bronco saw very little change from previous models.  The major difference can be seen in the addition of side marker lights to replace the previous reflectors.  These lights were rectangular plastic buckets with light pigtails that mount into the back of the buckets.  The new marker light system would be used throughout the rest of the early Bronco models with the only change coming in 1977 when Ford changed the position of the rear marker lights to allow for new fuel doors.

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1970 Ford Bronco Factory Specifications – 18,450 Units Made

Dimensions:

Wheelbase = 92.0″
Track = 57″ (Front),  57″ (Rear)
Overall Length = 152.1″
Overall Width = 69.1″
Overall Height = 70.8″
Ground Clearance = 8.6″

Capacities:

# of Passengers = 4
Main Fuel Tank = 12.7 gallon
Auxiliary Fuel Tank = 10.3 gallon
Engine Oil = 5.0 quarts
Transfer Case = 2.75 pints

Chassis/Suspension:

Front Differential = Dana 30 w/Drum Brakes
Rear Differential = Ford 9″ w/Drum Brakes
Transfer Case = Dana 20
Transfer Case Shifter = T-style Chrome Shifter w/Indicator Base
Steering Gear Ratio = 24.1 (Factory Manual Steering)
Steering Gear Turns Lock to Lock = 5.3
Steering Linkage = T-Style
Turning Circle Radius = 36.6 ft (Wall to Wall)
Weight Distribution = 50% Front/50% Rear

Brakes:

Dual-Line Hydraulic
Front Drum = 11″ dia. x 2″ width
Rear Drum (Big Bearing) = 11″ dia. x 1.75″ width
Rear Drum (Small Bearing) = 10″ dia. x 2.5″ width

Wheels/Tires:

Wheel Size = 15″ dia. x 5.5″ width
Optional Wheel Size = 16″ dia x 5.0″ width
Bolt Pattern = 5 x 5.5

Engine:

Standard = 170 cu. in., Inline 6 cylinder
Optional = 302 cu. in., V8
Igniton = Points

Additional Information:

Wipers = Single Electric Motor w/Transmission Linkage
Side Marker Lights = Side Marker Housings w/Lights
Emergency Flasher Switch = On Dash