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Old 12/04/18, 07:38 AM   #1
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The front lip also had just the start of a crack along the leading edge. I ground out, welded up and ground smooth.

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Old 12/04/18, 02:54 PM   #2
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Very nice! Almost looks like Aluminum (spelled with a heavy british accent!)

1973, explorer 5.0/4r70w/d20, 5.13, 35's. Narrowed 78 9" 31 spline Grizzly w/ drums. D44 w/ chromo shafts, Spartan locker, with 78 disc brakes. homemade long arms and long travel shocks.
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Old 12/04/18, 03:31 PM   #3
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Very nice! Almost looks like Aluminum (spelled with a heavy british accent!)
That would be Aluminium.

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Old 12/04/18, 03:48 PM   #4
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VERY nice....all this and talented too!

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Fixed my hood in a similar way...except I did not weld it.

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Old 12/04/18, 09:56 PM   #6
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Oops. I meant to delete this thread after I made it.

FYI, here's the original full write up: http://classicbroncos.com/forums/sho...d.php?t=126621

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Very nice! Almost looks like Aluminum (spelled with a heavy british accent!)
I hate the way they say aluminum. Worse is the way they say carburetor. They pronounce it car brettas. Ugh.
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How bout debbry???


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1973, explorer 5.0/4r70w/d20, 5.13, 35's. Narrowed 78 9" 31 spline Grizzly w/ drums. D44 w/ chromo shafts, Spartan locker, with 78 disc brakes. homemade long arms and long travel shocks.
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Aluminium versus aluminum. ... Sir Humphry made a bit of a mess of naming this new element, at first spelling it alumium (this was in 1807) then changing it to aluminum, and finally settling on aluminium in 1812.

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Aluminium versus aluminum. ... Sir Humphry made a bit of a mess of naming this new element, at first spelling it alumium (this was in 1807) then changing it to aluminum, and finally settling on aluminium in 1812.
My grandmother pronounced it "alumium."

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