Sunday, February 11, 2018

1966 Bronco, built with unique parts for off roading ability

The Bronco's carburetor was outfitted with special floats to prevent fuel starvation or flooding during climbs, descents and severe lateral tilts; a heavy-duty fuel pump was used to ensure that fuel delivery wouldn't be an issue. At the top of the engine, the conventional paper air cleaner was shelved in favor of an oil-bath unit; at the bottom, the oil pan was redesigned to clear the live front axle, and its capacity was raised to six quarts.

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