Changing a vehicle’s drivetrain of your ride isn't a regular thing for many car owners. Therefore if you're in the market for new parts, you shouldn't settle for anything less than the best. Your vehicle's drivetrain typically consists of parts that transfer power from the engine to the wheels to keep your ride moving. The type of drivetrain your Bronco has will depend on whether it's a manual, automatic, FWD, AWD, or 4WD. The transmission, axles, driveshafts, wheels, etc., typically make up the drivetrain's bulk. At Everything Bronco Aftermarket, we have all these drivetrain parts and more to help you fine-tune your ride to keep it running smoothly. Shop Now!

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The Ford Bronco's drivetrain is a key component that allows it to stand out in the off-road world. The drivetrain transfers the engine's power to the wheels and includes the transmission, transfer case, etc. Each part works together to provide a smooth and powerful ride, even on the most challenging terrain. Here are a few things to consider when shopping for drivetrain components.

The Drivetrain Part You Need

The type of drivetrain you choose will be based on your needs and the conditions you'll be driving in most often. For example, if you live in an area where you have to deal with lots of snow or mud, you might want to consider a 4WD or AWD drivetrain.

The Transmission: The transmission is responsible for transferring the engine's power to the wheels and can be either manual or automatic. Replace your transmission with the former transmission type, i.e., replace manual with manual and automatic with automatic.

The Axles: The axles connect the wheels to the rest of the drivetrain. They're responsible for transferring the power from the transmission to the wheels.

The Driveshafts: The driveshafts connect the axles to the wheels and transfer the power from the transmission to the wheels.

The Wheels: The wheels are responsible for transferring the power from the transmission to the tires and wheels.

We urge you to browse our drivetrain section and look at the other parts of the drivetrain.


Installing a new drivetrain can be challenging, especially if it's not something you do regularly. It's important to follow the instructions carefully and to take your time. If you're not comfortable doing the installation yourself, we recommend taking your Bronco to a qualified mechanic or dealership.

Wrapping Up

The drivetrain is a crucial part of your Bronco, and it's important to choose the right parts for your needs. At Everything Bronco Aftermarket, we have a wide selection of drivetrain parts. Shop Now!