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Old 04/23/12, 05:25 PM   #16
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don't know if I would call it a fix, but love the bumper, and cow catcher

oh and how about my dash
Looks like easy access for the wires and duct work!!!
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Old 04/23/12, 05:33 PM   #17
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Looks like this guy found it easyer to change the windshield frame rather than having the vendor send the correct gasket back out to him!

Sorry brothers....had to bring the imfamous 3 corner gasket up again!
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Old 04/23/12, 05:37 PM   #18
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Looks like this guy found it easyer to change the windshield frame rather than having the vendor send the correct gasket back out to him!
I've also heard that mod will net you 1.5-2.5 MPG increase in economy! Triangles impose less drag than rectangles... Not to mention the amount of money you'll save on replacement gaskets and windshields due to less materials used. Also, one less wiper & arm to maintain. I like it!

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Old 04/23/12, 06:11 PM   #19
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The best fix the po did for mine was sell it to me!!! And then I'm fixing everything the previous po's ignored.
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Old 04/23/12, 07:03 PM   #20
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That dash is sick. Really, really sick.
The PO must have anger management issues - it's the only possible explanation

Sure I'm satisfied. You would be too, if you're looking for dead-end, low paying dirty work.
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Old 04/23/12, 07:15 PM   #21
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The PO must have anger management issues - it's the only possible explanation
Seriously that dash it jacked... What was that po thinking??

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Old 04/23/12, 07:17 PM   #22
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Don't have pics but 2" chase nipples used for a body lift, or how about the "custom shock mount"


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Looks like this guy found it easyer to change the windshield frame rather than having the vendor send the correct gasket back out to him!

Sorry brothers....had to bring the imfamous 3 corner gasket up again!
HAHA Yea, but I like the 'Wide" Bronco Better.


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Old 04/23/12, 07:38 PM   #23
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don't know if I would call it a fix, but love the bumper, and cow catcher

oh and how about my dash
That guy was in desperate need of a straight edge.

It's OK to give out, but NEVER give up.
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