Most of the time the little nuts and bolts get forgot about, but that is not the case for Michael Cox and his 1991 Ford Bronco. Cox has not forgot the little things in life, and uses ARP bolts on the Bronco. Cox uses ARP ring gear fasteners, third member housing studs, wheel studs, Chevy L head studs, and studs for the 9 inch housing.
“I like the fact ARP is quality you can count on, all while not breaking the bank,” Cox said when asked about why he choose ARP. “I have had no issues with ARP fasteners, and I would definitely recommend them.”
Cox races Class 1400 in the Lucas Oil Regional Off Road Racing Series, Stadium Super Trucks (SST), and Southern Nevada Off Road Enthusiasts (SNORE) series. Next year he will be making the jump up to the Heavy Metal class in SNORE. This class is for unlimited suspension Class 8 production full-size truck and SUV’s.
We had a chance to watch the Bronco race during the SST race at the Sand Sports Super Show, and we can attest that the Bronco had no problem soaring over the competition. The Bronco would almost always land towards the end of the landing area, and keep going like nothing happened.
Cox’s Bronco had no troubles at the SST race and we look forward to catching back up with it next year when it takes it maiden voyage in its new class.