The 5th Generation Ford Bronco, or the Original Body Style “OBS” Bronco, was powered by a few different engine options: 4.9L inline 6 cylinder (only available in the earlier years), 5.0L V8, and 5.8L V8. During the lifespan of the OBS Bronco (1992-96), these engines were mated to the following transmissions: 4-speed AOD-E automatic transmission, 4-speed E40D automatic, and 5-speed M50D-R2 manual transmission. These 5th Gen Bronco’s also used a Ford 8.8” rear end similar to the ones found in the F-150 trucks. Late Model Restoration is your one-stop shop for all things Bronco drivetrain. We have you covered whether you are looking just to restore your OBS Bronco to its former glory or if you are looking to upgrade for some serious off-road fun. That includes upgraded axles, ring and pinion options, and differentials.
Throughout the 1992-1996 Bronco lineup, a few different engine and transmission combinations were used. Follow along with this article, and we will break down all of them!
The final drive gears are an essential part of the vehicle's drivetrain that help convert the engine's power into usable torque to propel the vehicle forward. The 1992-1996 Ford Bronco offered a couple of different final drive gears depending on the package equipped on the Bronco. In this article, we will compare...
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