were there any FACTORY 4x4 lightnings, or factor broncos every produced in early 90's?

Asked by Jul 18, 2012 at 10:53 PM about the Ford F-150 SVT Lightning

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All F-150 Lightnings were 2WD for performance, not off road handling. The Broncos on the otherhand were 4x4 and were made from 1966-1996. HTH's.

did the broncos have a lightning motor? and what does the HTH's mean exacatally?

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the broncos had a straight 6, 302 v8, and 351 v8 engines i also think diesel engines were an option not exactly sure tho....and HTH is hope That Helps or thats what ive seen it used as

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The F-150 Lightnings had a 5.4L V-8 motor which comes out to about 329.53 or 330. All the Ford Broncos from 1978 thru 1996 had either a 5.0L V-8 which is 302 cubic inches or they had a 351 which is a 5.8L or a 400 which is a 6.6L. None of the Broncos ever had a 5.4L engine in them which BTW was a modular type engine like the 4.6L. All the 78 and newer Broncos were 4wd and were the original SUV and were mainly for snowplowing or towing a trailer. The lightning was a 2wd F-150 pickup truck made for street use cruising. Kenny / MrBlueOval.

Thank you both.. I'm not familiar with the fords very much so I didn't know if the HTH was a ford deal lol... But I appreciate your help and knowledge! Your answers were what I was thinking just wanted to get another input! Thanks again!

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Here is one for all of you......I have a 1990 F150 4x4 XLT Lariat, Lightning. has a 8speed auto. trans, by borg warner, and a 5.8L with ram air induction. this truck is completely stock from factory. does not have power windows, or or door locks,or seat. and only one fuel tank. I can only gues that it was a special order truck???? let me know what you think

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I've never seen nor heard about a factory built 4x4 Lightning before but much stranger vehicles have evolved from Ford's many factory assembly lines. So, Unless you special ordered it yourself or your dad did and you were there at the time, The only way to find out for sure is first check the DSO on the door tag. If it is blank or has a 5 digit code, then it was special ordered. If it has just a 41 or 26,etc. then it was probably not a special ordered vehicle. Secondly, you can check the VIN(vehicle identification number) at http://www.decodethis.com and see what that pulls up, the finally, Go to http://martiauto.com and see if you can get the Marti report on your vehicle. Kevin Marti goes up to 1993 but may be able to help you if you email him directly. The Marti report will tell you EVERYTHING about your Ford vehicle right out of Ford's records and you can be sure it's 100% accurate. Good Luck, Kenny/MrBlueOval

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