Ford Bronco Accessories & Parts

About Ford Bronco

When it premiered in the late 1960s, the Ford Bronco was credited with being a rugged off-roading pioneer in the Ford lineup. But as the years progressed, the Ford Bronco parts were reshaped and the model was outfitted with new accessories to be as much about comfort as it was about utility. In 1980, the Ford Bronco was redesigned with a Twin Traction Beam, which took over for the live front anxle and an inline-six cylinder engine. Most other aesthetic changes made to the model during this time mirrored those of the F-Series, which was also refreshed. The front-end of the Bronco received the blue-oval Ford logo in 1982, punctuating the barrage of changes made to the SUV. In 1987, the Ford Bronco saw another redesign, this time with the body getting more aerodynamic. A year later, electronic fuel injection was made standard on all versions of the Ford Bronco.

In 1992, the Ford Bronco parts received a series of updates, most notably in the safety department. A third brake light, removable top, rear shoulder belts, and front-crumple zones were now implemented. 1994 welcomed in the arrival of driver-side airbags. As for the engine options, a 4.9L inline-six cylinder, 4.9L V8, and a 5.8L Windsor V8 were offered. The wheelbase of the Bronco measured in at 104.7 inches, the length at 183.6 inches, the width at 79.1 inches, and the height at 74.5 inches (the height was actually shortened slightly for 1995 down to 74.4 inches). In 1996, the Ford Bronco became the very first vehicle to use turn signals in the mirrors. Trim levels of the Ford Bronco were outfitted with other changes and accessories, as well. Rear cargo panels, a cargo net, a vented front bumper, sun visors, and a dimming rear view mirror were among the extra parts offered on both the XLT and Eddie Bauer trims of the Ford Bronco.

Ford decided to discontinue the Bronco in 1996. The last Bronco was assembled at Michigan's Ford Truck Plant, the place the model called home. It has since been replaced by the Ford Expedition. Even though the Bronco is no longer in production, it is still a visible presence on the road, especially in the US. Throughout its time on the streets, the Ford Bronco has become a piece of contemporary American automotive history and has received recognition from all corners of the industry. A Ford Bronco concept vehicle was presented at the 2004 North American International Auto Show based on the Escape chassis. Featuring a 2.0L intercooled turbodiesel inline-four cylinder engine, a shorter wheelbase, and six-speed transmission, the Bronco concept made quite an impression. However, the model is not in production as of yet.

Always respected, the Ford Bronco is one SUV that makes its presence known with authority. While others in this segment try to keep up, the Ford Bronco has never stopped moving forward and is still one of the most sought-after vehicles for drivers who need a little bit of everything. Featuring heavy-duty dependability, loads of comfort, and rock-solid performance, it's easy to see why this machine has such a loyal following. And one of the most popular ways to treat this vehicle right is by hooking up with Ford Bronco Accessories that show off your influence.

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1996 Ford Bronco | Posted by Jacob | (Harlingen, TX)

Product looked and fit my 96 Bronco good. I did have to remove the threaded bushings that connect to the transmission lines. For some reason my transmission lines that connect to the radiator did not fit in the threaded connections supplied with the new radiator. I had to remove them from the old radiator and use them instead. My old radiator cap did not have a very good fit. After measuring the lip on the new radiator, that holds down the radiator cap, I noticed it was a fraction smaller compared to the original which caused my radiator cap to slip off after tightening. I end up swapping radiator caps with one of my other vehicles.

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