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Old 09/11/09, 03:34 PM   #46
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Going home to install my new rear caliper brackets, calipers and rotors on my 9". ByeBye drums!

"Children have neither a past nor a future. Thus they enjoy the present - which seldom happens to us."

See my build thread here. http://classicbroncos.com/forums/sho...d.php?t=151772
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Old 09/11/09, 04:00 PM   #47
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Adjusted, tightened and lubed everything and got it up on the trailer. Leaving for Team Trophy Challenge in 3 hours!

Bronco-Billy rides again.
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Old 09/11/09, 04:46 PM   #48
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Installed front recovery points (AKA bumper protectors) on Frank's. Carpeted the kicks.

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Cleaned mine out a little, removed the grille guard & prepped it for some remedial welding.

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Old 09/11/09, 05:27 PM   #49
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Figured out why she was making a high pitch noise every once in a while when I tried to fire her up - the starter was about to fall off! It was way loose! Re-wired the ARB compressor. I've some how managed to fry 2 relays. I've been utilizing 4-prong, 12V, 40A relays from the auto parts store. Did a systems check and all is fine... now. What gives?

Also did some minor fender trimming to keep the sheet metal above the bumpers. Hoping to do some wheeling either this weekend or the next - weather permitting. No more top (a side panel shattered last winter when it became brittle) or doors for that matter. She's a fair weather rider now!
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Old 09/11/09, 07:05 PM   #50
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Fired up the '73 this morning. Loaded up the kids and my 15X10 vintage slots that I just acquired. Dropped the kids off at school and headed to Ralphs Wheel Polishing out in the valley (250 mile round trip). As usual, received comments from bums on the street to hot chicks in the parking lot loving the EB.
Also spotted a '75 ranger clone on the way. Wish I had my camera. I BS'd with the owner for nearly an hour on his $50K restoration. It was worth every penny

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Old 09/11/09, 07:24 PM   #51
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Going to look at a 18' steel deck trailer tommorrow for the Bronco so I don't have to borrow Drew's or Lou's trailer anymore http://annapolis.craigslist.org/cto/1337786886.html

Plan on some more rear bumper fab tommorrow also.

73 fiberglass, D60's f&r with ARB's, 5.5 lift, 435/203/D20, Cage SAS arms, Astro hydro boost, H1 re-centered rims, ect...
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Old 09/11/09, 08:16 PM   #52
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I thought I was finishing up a auto c4 conversion untill I got in to test drive and 3rd gear doesnt work right .... now i will have to pull it all back out and do it over.

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Old 09/11/09, 09:30 PM   #53
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hit it with a hammer,screw driver,foot. ect. and called it every word in the book.

thats what i did to my bronco today.

1971 bronco sport,mild built 351w,c6,strong box,np205,HP Dana60,srw 14bolt,disc's front and rear,16"rock coil overs,H1's & 44" tires,4.10's,3link front,56" springs,ez wiring,TBI injection,

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Old 09/11/09, 10:17 PM   #54
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got my new Tuffy glove box in the mail!

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Old 09/11/09, 11:09 PM   #55
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Bought a Stereo to fill the big hole in my dash. Went with the Sony boat/marine stereo with IPOD connector. Was 125.00 new, with free shipping.

SONY CDX-M50IP

Researching marine amps now - will probably go with some wake board speakers, too.
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Old 09/12/09, 05:09 AM   #56
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Put my bronco cover on it because we are finally seeing RAIN in Texas!!!!

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Old 09/12/09, 05:45 AM   #57
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ive been sanding on my frame since last monday. should have the frame in POR15 silver by sunday night. then its time to start adding all the drivetrain components, brake lines and fuel lines.
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Old 09/12/09, 06:32 AM   #58
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Gonna start stripping mine down today so I can get ready to paint it next week. It's already in primer so hopefully I can get it ready for paint in a week. I painted the half cab last week so thats all set.
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Old 09/12/09, 06:46 AM   #59
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good work guys, you are all so inspirational to me.....unfortuantly it's raining here pretty good right now...

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Old 09/12/09, 06:54 AM   #60
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Shopping for tires and then going to tune her up some. Motor has a little miss and it's bugging me.

1971 U15 Ol'blue 5.0/4r70w/205/ 4,11. 1968 U15 - EFI 408C/C6/205/4.88/37's/hi9/ARB's/hydro-boost/full cage/4wdisk/PS/powerasswipe/bla-bla-bla!
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