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was that a snapped tie rod end?
 

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I wouldn’t have the cojones. Respect.
 

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Looks like it came apart at the threads. The angle on that cv joint looks a little extreme too.

The bigger the tire, the bigger the lever....
Think he’s running 37s on the stock BL wheels, so def some extra stress.
 

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Seems like something nefarious is at work here? Did you trying turning the wheels while the wheels didn’t want to turn? Maybe just a bad batch of tie rods.
 

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Honestly, for all the things that could have gone wrong, if this were my Bronco, I would be okay with it.

Glad it didn't roll!
 

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I agree extreme rock clawing.
 
 



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