A common question we receive at TOMS OFFROAD is, “What are my options for modern engine setups?” followed by, “What parts do I need when doing these swaps?” To answer these questions, you will want to think about what setup you are currently working with and what you are hoping to achieve when the project […]
Keep your eye on this category for useful information about your Classic Ford Bronco, Classic Ford Truck or Early Ford Mustang.
GT40 vs. GT40P Heads…What’s the difference?
You will note when buying our early Bronco headers that they list they are not compatible with GT40P heads but they will work with GT40 heads. Great to know, right? Just one problem, what if you don’t know which type of heads you have? This article is written to shed some light on the difference […]
Through the Years: A Breakdown of 66-77 Ford Bronco History
On the whole, there were not a ton of changes made to the early Ford Broncos throughout their 12-year run. However, there are some notable changes that occurred through the years. Here you will find some fun and useful information on this iconic vehicle. The Ford Bronco was first produced in 1965 (for the 1966 […]
Heater Blower Motor and Squirrel Cage Upgrade #6466
#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 the upgraded heater motor and squirrel cage. It is recommended that a high amp alternator be used […]
66-77 Ford Bronco Seat Mounting Holes
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 take these measurements prior to cutting the floor. 66-77 Ford Bronco Seat Floor Hole Locations […]
How to tell if your Early Bronco has a Dana 30 or Dana 44 Front End.
One of the most common questions we are asked is how to tell if your Bronco has a Dana 30 or a Dana 44 Front End. Once you know what to look for, it is very simple to decipher between the two. The quickest way to tell is to look at the top of the […]