Tech article by Jason Bauer (SACHEM) I’ve never liked the stock antennae on our beloved Classic Broncos. They are prone to breakage from trees while wheeling and expensive to replace if you can find one. When I had new fenders put on my Bronco I opted not to have a new antennae hole cut in […]
Articles in the 'Body' Category
Tech article by Garry Brown (77TexasBronc) Has anyone ever seen this? RUST! The only thing holding my front clip on was the fender bolts and the body supports.
Tech article by jerry74explorer To re-attach the main door glass to the channel which lifts the glass you will need a piece of rubber hose cut to the length of the channel (I used 3/8” fuel line), a pair of scissors, an extra pair of hands and some liquid soap. Take the channel and remove […]
Tech article by Bryan E Couch (Jeep Slayer) I know that some of us out there are still stuck with the old stock vacuum wipers that for some odd reason ford put in Broncos from 1966 to1968 but if your like me and have better ideas on ways to spend my hard earned cash. I […]
Tech article by Jeff (t2jeff) Dimension (A) should be .187″ to .200″ (I made this cut on a table saw with a carbide tipped blade. Use WD-40 or some type of wax to lube the blade and go slow to avoid kickbacks. You can also purchase a metal cutting blade.) To find dimension (B) place […]
Tech article by Karl Wise (kwspony) Here is a simple way to install locking wing window latches on your early Bronco. I got tired of hearing the wind whistle through the gap in the seals because the latches weren’t tight enough.
Tech article by Malcolm Beattie (malcolmzilla) This rotisserie will fit a early Bronco body (66-77, no frame), with the front clip (inner fenders, etc.) removed. It will allow for easier access to the underside of the tub for blasting, patching and painting. With the addition of casters, it also makes the tub very mobile. I […]
Tech article by Keola Ford (Bronc) Parts Needed: Stock Hinges New Hing Pins (only if needed) Special Tools Required: Cut-off Wheel(s) Grinder I did this modification so that I could make my bronco even more convertible. The mechanics of this lift-off hinge is simple. If you have done, or are familiar with the glove-box sliding […]
by Honorio Madriaga Materials needed; 2 – 4′ pieces of 1/2″ schedule 40 black pipe Tools needed; Jigsaw and/or Sawzall w/ metal blades, light mig welder for panels, 4 1/2′ grinder, bodywork or ball peen hammer, Visegrip C-clamps. Here is my solution to rusty rocker panels. With a Bosch jigsaw and a Sawzall in hand […]