Ford built the original Bronco in 1966 to be a formable off-road vehicle able to compete with the likes of the Jeeps, Internationals’ Scout and Land Rovers. Ford built an entirely original platform borrowing only a few parts from the F-100 truck. The early Bronco was designed with a short wheel base utilizing a multi-link coil-spring front suspension. The design produced an off-road vehicle with great wheel travel and a tight turning radius. The timeless ascetics, backed by a solid foundation, have made the first generation of Broncos a favorite in the off-road and aftermarket industries. The Bronco received a major redesign in 1979. It was shorter and had cosmetic changes along with powertrain and suspension. In 1983 the Bronco II was introduced that offered 4-wheel drive as an option.
Wilwood has engineered a number of bolt-on big brake kits to greatly enhance the braking performance of the Bronco. Select your Bronco model and generation above to find a complete big brake conversion kit.
If your Bronco generation and year is not listed above, click on the link to search for brake kits by Axle Flange.
You can also search for brake kits by using the Year-Make-Model Lookup.