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Old 09/11/09, 08:28 AM   #1
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What have you done to your Bronco today?

Let's hear it! It should be an ongoing thread. Whatever you did, big or small, post pics, threadjack, comments, anything goes!

Today I'm picking up some heavy duty rubber and am building wheel well liners!

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Old 09/11/09, 08:37 AM   #2
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today i just sat and looked at them so far but I am going to the truck nationals in kansas city this week end so I think a washing is in order..

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Old 09/11/09, 08:43 AM   #3
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Old 09/11/09, 08:48 AM   #4
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Top off the fuel cell with 110 Sunoco, check new alternator output, and get it on the trailer.....goin racing

someone go back and get a shit load of dimes
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Old 09/11/09, 08:52 AM   #5
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Rebuilding my D20 and hopefully getting the engine and trans cleaned up to install in my frame. I'd also like to get my shocks installed if my spacers show up today. And I still need to order my new gears and flares. And maybe my new tires... (This frame off thing is getting waaaay to expensive )
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Old 09/11/09, 08:53 AM   #6
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Today I'm picking up some heavy duty rubber and am building wheel well liners!
I'm going to be adding a few screws to Frank's wheelwells later today. He got into some Mississippi River bottoms last weekend dove hunting, and they sagged from the weight of the sticky mud.

I wouldn't use rubber - it's too flexible & heavy, and it tears too easily. Look for vinyl sheets.



The last thing I did to mine was adding Explorer tie-downs.


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Old 09/11/09, 08:56 AM   #7
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putting in a new set of plugs, oil change, and waiting for my headers to get back next week.
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Old 09/11/09, 09:00 AM   #8
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I'll be finishing up my aluminum radiator install this weekend and also my 66-68 turn signal install also.
Scott, I'm jealous. Have a good weekend at the track.
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Old 09/11/09, 09:00 AM   #9
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Finish welding and reassembling and fitting my reworked rear plate bumper on tonight and this weekend. Hopefully getting powdercoat quotes next week.

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took out my roll bar last night

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Old 09/11/09, 09:16 AM   #11
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started it, just redid the wiring for the alternator and found the draw that was killing my battery...

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Built and installed some braided lines on the MC on my 71 to replace the old rubber leaking ones. Now I have to try and fix the drivers side front tire it has a slow leak. I think I need new tires though.

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Just put shock hoops on the rear of mine. Am going to re-cover the wife's seats this weekend and hopefully hook up the heated seats
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