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$25.00 just gave me a new Bronco.

MartyG

Bronco Guru
Joined
Jun 2, 2010
Messages
1,124
After having slop with my EB since I've had it (3 yrs)...and not much time to get under and really figure it out, I've always just dealt with and was used to it. So...always figured it was my steering box...$900 and a new box and pump later...STIIL the 3 inch dead-space slop with the wheel.
Decided to ask here and got great feedback from DirtDonk at WH, Garberz, Whoaa and some others.
Put up this video https://youtu.be/KSPxdDPmoPg to play "SPOT THE SLOP" and bingo...there it was, the trac bar bushing. Actually, the problem was..NO bushing. When I replaced it today, all that was there was the metal sleeve, no rubber.
Drives like a new Bronco. Just awesome.
Thanks again to everyone and their feedback...and Paul, thanks for your great help....no more buying parts at Pepe's tacos & Bronco Parts for me...Wild Horses, baby!
 

garberz

Bronco Influencer
Joined
Jun 24, 2007
Messages
6,840
Loc.
Conejo Valley, Ca.
....Thanks again to everyone and their feedback...and Paul, thanks for your great help....no more buying parts at Pepe's tacos & Bronco Parts for me...Wild Horses, baby!

Nice to see you're finally able to see the light. You must certainly be smiling now.

Mark
 
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