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My bug out/daily driver - 1988 Bronco II 2.9 Liter V6 4X4, 5 speed manual transmission....5 1/2 suspension lift, 2 in body lift, 33x12.50.15 trxus mt tires


 


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Ford Bronco II taking on all obstacles off road
The sliplock gulch trail as part of Winter on the Rocks just outside of St. George Utah. Bronco II out having fun.





Bronco II Madness
Wheelin the bronco 2 in 2008.





BEST ALL AROUND Bug Out Vehicle, and WHY? I answer! Read description, Important info.
Ultimate Bug Out Vehicle, and WHY? I answer your questions! This is the coolest 4x4 around. At least I'm entitled to my opinion. Maybe I enter it in Top Truck Challenge? What do you think. I'll let you voice your opinion. Be nice to me, I'm nice to you! This IH Scout has a 93 GM turbo diesel that is mechanically injected ( no electronics!) Manual trans: NV4500 Transfre case from Jeep Dana 300 Just like the 1980 Scouts had, but the Jeep one mated to the NV 4500. Dana 44 axles with tall ratios for MPG The low on the t-case is plenty with the axles. I considerd in a 7.3 Powerstroke but it is an electronic motor and heavy. The 6.5 weighs 685 pounds with all the stuff on it. The gas burning international 345 weighs about the same. No spring sag here! This "Bug Truk" was burning waste vegetable oil during the making of this video. WVO some people call it. Also it burns any type of oil. Just needs to be heated before it gets to the filter. Things to come...YES paint! Also a snorkel for those deep water crossings. I don't think I mentioned that all components axles, trans engine will be remotly vented...up high. I don't water getting in those things. My ears are still ringing! Head liner and rhino lining maybe even a radio. CB shortwave etc. Heater, wipers. A winch was suggested by a watcher, you are right. Remember this: If you do have the ultimate bug out vehicle (yours is the ultimate bug out vehicle because it's YOUR'S!) and you think you can out run an EMP like me, have a plan. Work your plan. Most important is this. If we are facing a real situation of an EMP effecting electronics in cars etc. Your vehicle will be one of the few out there rolling. Take this very serious: When people start to panic, out goes the law and it's every man for himself. The idea here is to avoid that. Thats why you have to have a plan. Also, think about marshal law. (read Wiki definition of Martial law below)Once that happens, your ultimate bug out vehicle becomes GOLD to the governing authorities! They WILL confiscate it. You worked so hard to acquire/build it, why should someone else get the benefits from it? What if, where do you go? Point A,B,C,D etc. How do you communicate with you loved ones? YOU HAVE TO HAVE A PLAN! They have to be a part of it. Make it fun and every now and then have a prepper "fire drill". This may save you life and theirs. Prep, then LIVE. ETp. Martial law is the imposition of military rule by military authorities over designated regions on an emergency basis—(usually) only temporary—when the civilian government or civilian authorities fail to function effectively (e.g., maintain order and security, and provide essential services), when there are extensive riots and protests, or when the disobedience of the law becomes widespread. In most cases, military forces are deployed to subdue the crowds, to secure government buildings and key or sensitive locations, and to maintain order.[1] Generally, military personnel replace civil authorities and perform some or all of their functions. In full-scale martial law, the highest-ranking military officer would take over, or be installed, as the military governor or as head of the government, thus removing all power from the previous executive, legislative, and judicial branches of government.[1] Martial law can be used by governments to enforce their rule over the public. Such incidents may occur after a coup d'état (Thailand 2006); when threatened by popular protest (China, Tiananmen Square protests of 1989); to suppress political opposition (Poland in 1981); to stabilize insurrections or perceived insurrections (Canada, The October Crisis of 1970). Martial law may be declared in cases of major natural disasters, however most countries use a different legal construct, such as a "state of emergency". Martial law has also been imposed during conflicts and in cases of occupations, where the absence of any other civil government provides for an unstable population. Examples of this form of military rule include post World War II reconstruction in Germany and Japan as well as the southern reconstruction following the U.S. Civil War. Typically, the imposition of martial law accompanies curfews, the suspension of civil law, civil rights, habeas corpus, and the application or extension of military law or military justice to civilians. Civilians defying martial law may be subjected to military tribunal (court-martial).





Survival Bus - Bug Out Vehicle importance of spare parts
HAPPY Halloween A quick video about my system with spare parts in the bus, and some more upgrades, I have a ammo can that I put used parts that I replace on the bus, I replace parts before they go bad, so if I break down I may have the part I need to get going, or even BARTER with in a SHTF situation Im prepping the bus for a SHTF event, so its going to be survival ready and as self reliant and I can make it. I am blogging about the bus with tons of resources about survival and prepping at http://www.survivalbus.com Survival, survive, survivalist, prepared, preparedness, emergency, emergencies, urban, disaster, wilderness, alive, outdoors, camping, fishing, hunting, first aid, survivor, nature, shelter, fire, water, food, self reliance, self sufficiency, infowars, alex jones, glenn beck, volkswagen vw bus air cooled





Bronco 2 choptop wheeling
My Bronco II playing in the mud and getting the top cut off!





1988 Ford Bronco II 4x4
Just a walk around of my 1988 Ford Bronco II Eddie Bauer edition.





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My Bug Out Jeep





1985 Bronco II with a 5.4 liter V8
My good friend and mentor built this Bronco II 4x4 using a 5.4 liter engine from a 2002 Lincoln Navigator. The Navigator had 300 miles on it when it was rolled. I brought the engine home from San Diego in early 2003. My friend, who is 75, had been working on the Bronco II for the past 6 years. Everything works. The firewall had to be cut away and moved back and everything was re-welded and retrofitted. The under dash A/C system is the type used in older cars when A/C was a dealer installed option. The transmission is a Ford AOD that had the bell housing welded to the tranny since there are no 5.4 liter AODs for four wheel drives. The AOD was also worked over for maximum durability. The engine came with all the wires cut so my friend made his own wire harness as well as the MAF, which is made from several different units. The Exhaust is a single 4" tube made from a drive shaft that was cut and welded to make the bends. I have watched the evolution of this build over the years and it has a ton of money and time. He did all the work himself under his car port. The Bronco II started out as a 2.9 liter V6, which was then upgraded to a 4.0 V6 with a home made intake manifold with a small Carter/Edelbrock 4 barrel on top. The 4.0 kept shredding the original 4-speed manual transmissions (I killed one, don't tell though) after the third dead transmission he decided to go full retard. He originally wanted to get the engine from a Ford Lightening, but didn't want to give what the yard was asking. A real Hot Rod Lincoln. This build represents over 50 years of hot rod and engineering experience.





Survivalisme: Véhicule d'évacuation
Réflexions sur le véhicule survivaliste. Les bases et la modération. Kit EDC voiture et jeux concours EsobOOk jusqu'au 1 mai 2014. Je précise qu'un véhicule d'évacuation est sensé être complété du sac d'évacuation. Celui-ci intégrant le coffre uniquement au moment opportun pour la fuite et ne relève pas du kit EDC voiture qui lui est toujours en place, même pour un déménagement.





Modified M-416 Military Trailer
This a my 1978, M-416 military trailer that I modified to pull behind my Jeep Wrangler. I use it to carry some of my spare parts, tools, and equipment.





steves bronco 2
offroading





Matts locked up B2
Matts bronco 2 on firebreak 5





Team Bronco II
Team Bronco II defeats the mud once again...





89 ford bronco II xl
my 89 ford bronco II xl with 38" super swampers, 10" lift, lots of lights, rhynolined body, and bunches of powerr





Bronco II jumping a 20 foot gap, much damage to follow
Bronco II jumping in eastern Pennsylvania




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