- Image - Kyle (delfab) on Instagram

What do you think of this homemade Ford Bronco rock crawler?

Is this what it's truly made for?

3w ago

Ever since the new Ford Bronco came out last year, it was only a matter of time before someone modified one into a full-on rock crawler.

The person responsible for this epic build is Kyle (@delfab) on Instagram and what he has done is essentially whack on some larger, chunkier tyres and some uprated suspension – and it looks wicked.

Kyle has fitted his Bronco with live axles at both the front and rear of the car, allowing for increased articulation making it great for crawling over rocks. In fact, he found these parts from a Ford F-150 Super Duty for the build.

The live axles are paired nicely with some 2.5-inch Fox coilovers, and the suspension travel is said to be 9.5-inches. And as you can see from the photos, it certainly looks like it.

One of the main reasons Kyle decided to turn his Bronco into an extreme rock crawler is because he lives in northern Washington near the base of the North Cascades mountains. This means, according to Kyle, the most common off-road obstacles are big jagged rocks, deep ruts, and slippery muddy surfaces – all things this vehicle was made for.

We can't wait to see how it performs off-road.

Would you do this to your Ford Bronco?

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Comments (25)

  • it's awesome

      21 days ago
  • 😮😮😮 a coyote swap with a supercharger would be nice.

      21 days ago
  • As it should’ve been built in the factory.

      20 days ago
  • Fantastic off-road magic! The new Bronco is my favorite new car of the year.

      20 days ago
  • I had an early Bronco-I was behind a new one yesterday and it just doesn’t have the same serious look to it. Very “feminine” looking and slight. Broncos were beasts now they are a bit light looking even compared to the lil ones in the 80s

      20 days ago
    • My dad had one of the original ones too. The new ones look good but I have to agree with you, just not the same. Man I miss that car😂

        20 days ago