Well, first off, what's an environmental control problem? What does the truck do or not do? Start and stall? No start? Idle badly? Explain the problem. Have you checked the Tech Library here or on the Ranger Station forum? Lots of good info in both.
I'm glad you like the Bronco. But for me they're just too overpriced for what they have. Pretty sure 2 years from now they'll be tons of them on the market for half the price if not more. Good luck and post some pics .
Posted these on the Ranger forum too. Original Carb and Distributer (2.8) Swapped when I did the Duraspark conversion. Worked fine before I pulled them. Also have a set of valve covers, say Bronco powered by Ford (V8) Hope someone needs them or they go to recycle. Pics by request. 50 bucks...
Dude, not to be that guy, but. 10,500 isn't realistic at all. That's more like the I really don't want to sell it price. Don't be surprised if you get no hits or really lowball offers, just saying. GLWS.
Are you sure that's off a 2.8 because I don't ever remember seeing that on mine. Post up a pic of the carb where it was. Give the year of the truck too. I have a complete carb sitting on my bench for reference.
Don't limit yourself to looking at BII's either. Remember Rangers are the same setup. Plus if you snag a salvage yard one , grab more than one. And have you tried LMC truck catalog?
No BII had integrated shoulder restraints because of the side windows. You'd have to find something else that might fit to make it work. Keep all hardware as it's getting harder and harder to find too.
They're basically the same body style for all years, except the fenders and doors. Some had rear windows that opened, like 87 up I think. Some had handles that locked too. If you want to swap one out, just make sure hinges and strikers line up correctly.