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Articles in the 'Interior' Category

3 Point Harness Seatbelt Mod

Thursday, January 8th, 2009

Tech article by Taylor and Jim Morford (DownhillManiac99) First you’re going to need three things; the Smittybilt interior tube bar with the back legs out of the Bronco., 3 point bolt in harness style seat belts, I chose Corbeau’s so I don’t know if other kinds will work for this mod, and bucket seats with […]

Speedometer Rebuild 101

Thursday, January 8th, 2009

Tech article by Dan Thomas (Jeepster) For those of you that want to refurbish your Stock Gauge cluster, or want to reset your odometer to reflect a motor rebuild or gauge swap. (Seeing as these Rigs are well over 25 years old, most states usually dont see mileage as an issue on sales and titles…..So […]

Removing your Bronco Dash

Thursday, January 8th, 2009

Tech article by Mike Henningsen (IowaMike) Since I had to ask several questions when I removed my dash, I’m sure there are others with some of the same issues; here’s how I ended up doing it:

Rear Seat Rebuild

Thursday, January 8th, 2009

Tech article by Jared Roeck (Brokenhorse) This is the way I made my stock rear seat stronger and safer for the little beaners. First you have to acquire a rear seat, then you have to take it apart, this is the easy part. The armrests are attached with nuts the studs are part of the […]

Heater Box Rebuild

Thursday, January 8th, 2009

Tech article by John Morton (thesnake) The heater box in my 66 Half Cab looked pretty sad. I still have the heater box from my previous 73 Bronco sport. The following are the steps I took to refurbish the heater box, plus seal it and installed a new heater core. I bought the following parts […]

Heater Craft 200H Install

Thursday, January 8th, 2009

Tech article by David Neuman II (daves77) This is a replacement heater for the stock classic bronco heater. The OEM heater in the classic bronco just does not supply enough air for the cab or the defrost, this replacement sends out enough air at 20 times the amount of the stock heater, with the heater […]

Auxiliary Heater

Thursday, January 8th, 2009

Tech article by Jon Hanna (Admin) Tired of scraping ice from the inside of my windshield in the winter, I set out to come up with a better way to heat my Bronco. Granted sealing up all the air leaks goes a long way towards making the factory heater perform the way it was designed, […]

Shoulder Seat Belt Install

Thursday, January 8th, 2009

This has probably been one of the best modifications I’ve ever done to my Bronco. It was cheap, easy and gave me a much greater sense of safety both on the trail and the daily work commute. Basically all this modification consists of is picking up some retractable shoulder belts from your local junk yard, […]

Spray In Bedliner

Monday, January 5th, 2009

Tech article by Bayard Crump (bcrump5252) Well let me start off by saying that this was a process. I don’t have a lot of money like most people so dropping $600 or more for a bed liner was just not happening. So I did an internet search for spray on liners and this is what […]

Herculiner Bed Liner Installation

Sunday, January 4th, 2009

Tech article by Jeff Farris (raleigh_bronco ) Background: I chose to brush-on the bed liner because I have zero experience with a paint gun and because the price for having a professional sprayed-on liner versus the do-it-yourself Herculiner did not justify the cost to benefit factor. I went with the red liner because I wanted […]