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Old 12/28/18, 10:08 AM   #901
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Looks great!

Build Thread: Updated list of what I have done is on page one-
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Old 12/28/18, 10:54 AM   #902
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Looks Good Jaromy...

Remember to use a little anti-seize on those stainless bolts in aluminum...
Thanks for the reminder, Doug. I have that on my ďto-doĒ list.

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Old 12/28/18, 08:34 PM   #903
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This thing is almost ready for primer The old valve covers saved some tape
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Old 01/24/19, 12:44 PM   #904
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Not sure if the top tube will stay like this, but progress was made.

Jaromy, what size tubing did you use for your engine cage? I'm starting to work on mine this week, and yours looks about right. I was planning on a mix of 1.5 and 1.25 tube...I have a 1" die also, but it looks pretty tiny!

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Old 01/24/19, 01:16 PM   #905
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Jaromy, what size tubing did you use for your engine cage? I'm starting to work on mine this week, and yours looks about right. I was planning on a mix of 1.5 and 1.25 tube...I have a 1" die also, but it looks pretty tiny!

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That is all 1.5Ē. I used 1Ē for the inner fender supports that arenít shown in that pic. The inner fenders are being removed because they look cluttered and I wonít have as much stuff to find a home for with the EFI.
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That is all 1.5Ē. I used 1Ē for the inner fender supports that arenít shown in that pic. The inner fenders are being removed because they look cluttered and I wonít have as much stuff to find a home for with the EFI.
Cool - thanks! I'm working on figuring out all of the tubing I am going to need to keep things rolling (engine cage, roll cage, suspension links, steering links, panhard, etc.), and I'm not looking forward to seeing that quote! I am, however, excited to get my Bronco back on the road!

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Old 01/29/19, 07:07 PM   #907
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Cool - thanks! I'm working on figuring out all of the tubing I am going to need to keep things rolling (engine cage, roll cage, suspension links, steering links, panhard, etc.), and I'm not looking forward to seeing that quote! I am, however, excited to get my Bronco back on the road!
The prices for tubing have gone up lately. I wish I was driving mine right now.

I got the engine and transmission installed today.
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Old 01/29/19, 10:38 PM   #908
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What kind of paint have you been using on the frame and firewall?


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Old 01/30/19, 09:48 AM   #909
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Looks good Jaromy!

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Most of the time I use Duplicolor engine enamel because I think it holds up the best. On the engine, all of the gray is powder coat and the black is Eastwood 2k.


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Thanks Doug, you have been a big help.

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Old 02/08/19, 09:52 PM   #911
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I got a few things done today. Installed the heater hoses, power steering pump, serp belt, hydroboost and harness wrapped in Tesa tape. I didnít wrap the MAF and IAT because Iím not sure of the final placement.
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That Tesa tape is good stuff Jaromy!
Just finished up the dash portion of my AAW harness on my 67 today, and used it.

Looks good!

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That Tesa tape is good stuff Jaromy!
Just finished up the dash portion of my AAW harness on my 67 today, and used it.

Looks good!
Thank you. I donít plan to use anything else going forward. We had the hood open on my brother in-laws new F450 and it looks like they used Tesa tape in a few areas.

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Old 02/09/19, 05:36 AM   #914
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I got a few things done today. Installed the heater hoses, power steering pump, serp belt, hydroboost and harness wrapped in Tesa tape. I didnít wrap the MAF and IAT because Iím not sure of the final placement.
Nice.. I know you can't wait to be done..

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Nice.. I know you can't wait to be done..
Iím excited to have a nice running engine that wonít stall going up opstacles in Moab

After receiving a few pics from some members I designed and built a bracket that will work with the Explorer throttle body and stock cable. The prototyoe worked well so I will have a few cut and formed for a few friends that are interested.
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