do the backs come of of every bronco

Asked by Apr 16, 2007 at 05:31 PM about the Ford Bronco

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Sorry, balliro, but I don't know what you mean. Every Bronco has a removable hard top - does that help?

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445

The full size broncos do have a removable hard top, now for bronco II's they are a fixed hard top.

195

YES

45

They sure do.....as long as you are talking full size bronco........I'm not sure about the Bronco II's. They are a piece of crap to begin with, but that's just my personal opinion

15

yes but i think it is illegal on the newer broncos because the seatbelts and taillights are attached to it

15

Amen to that. Ahaha.

35

No it's not. In no way shape or form is it illegal to remove the top. You MAY be cited if you have Passengers in the rear without seat belts on. The third tail light issue is not mandatory. It's not an issue of legality, but an issue of safety.

Bronco IIs and full size Bronco both had removeable tops. My brother had both, '74 Bronco II and a 1978 full size Bronco which is still on the road and been restored by my nephew.

1974 Bronco II's were made like Jeep CJ 5s. You could get a soft top or a hard metal top, both removeable. My brother had a Bronco II and a 1978 full size Bronco.

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