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Old 10/07/18, 08:25 PM   #1
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Bronco Trailer Build

Thought I would share as others may have an interest in a similar project. Started with an idea, some sketches, a 1990 Ranger (6 bed), 33s, Toms flares, Toms corners, markers and taillight inserts. Remainder was custom fab and painted by my buddies at SSC because I do not (currently) have the skills. Added 12v smoker, 28 gas griddle on slide out rack, wireless speakers, internal LED lighting, 12v battery power, solar charger on roof and on-board charger.

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Old 10/07/18, 08:29 PM   #2
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Very nice idea

76 Special Decore options are undecided it is a bare canvas. 77 Explorer with Special Decore Group, 5.8,M5OD 5 speed, 3.5" rancho lift and 1" wild horses body lift, cut fenders, original 15x36x15 Dick Cepek Fun Country tires and custom early 80's interior.
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Old 10/08/18, 03:34 AM   #3
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Nice job!
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Old 10/08/18, 05:09 AM   #4
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That is way cool, nice work.
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Old 10/08/18, 06:28 AM   #5
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GREAT LOOKING LITLE trailer .. So you used the Ranger pickup bed.
Send some more pictures of the neck of the trailer if you can.
I've built several little trailers & Had a camper top on one like you have .
I drug one all the way to New Mexico twice & Slept in it while hunting . Sure better than on the ground . But the older I got the harder it was to get in & out of .
Now it's just a utility trailer around the farm.

............R. I. P. H. D. May 2nd 1999
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Old 10/08/18, 10:25 AM   #6
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Custom!!! I like it.

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Old 10/08/18, 11:20 AM   #7
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Beautiful work. Need pics of it behind your EB!


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Old 10/08/18, 02:47 PM   #8
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That is great. More pictures!
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Old 10/08/18, 06:56 PM   #9
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That is really sharp.
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Old 10/08/18, 07:46 PM   #10
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Bronco Trailer Build - More pics

Thanks for the positive comments. Here are a few more pics of the build. Will get a few pics with the bronco attached soon when the final details are finished up.

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Old 10/08/18, 07:48 PM   #11
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Nice message from the Chevy man
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Old 10/09/18, 06:25 AM   #12
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... WOW a frame off job.
Great work . & You added an even stronger neck. That's what I'd like to see another picture of. The neck of mine was so then, we ended up reinforcing it .
I'D NOT THOUGHT OF DOING WHAT YOU DID .
GOOD JOB.

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Old 10/09/18, 01:44 PM   #13
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I see a perfect spot for an auxiliary fuel tank there too. Run it as a transfer tank with a pump and everything.

Paul

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'68 LUBR, 2.5 + 1 WH, 31x10.50, 4.56, Explorer and 4R70w by EFI Guy, WH disc brakes, Hanson front bumper, Warn winch. "Bought, not built"

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Old 10/11/18, 03:22 PM   #14
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Really Nice
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Old 10/11/18, 04:44 PM   #15
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I see a perfect spot for an auxiliary fuel tank there too. Run it as a transfer tank with a pump and everything.

Paul
That's what I have on my Ranger trailer, a 40 gallon tank with pump/fuel nozzle. I bought it for our Baja Bronco trip, but never ended up taking it. Thank God the guys talked me out of it, some of the places we got into, it wouldn't have gotten back out of.

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