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Supercelebration Preparation....??

bronconut73

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1. You're really gonna make it to SC this year?

2. You really bringing your Bronco!?

Man I hope I didn't spoil some type or surprise ;D

Yup.

I will be there in the eb.

Getting new shoes for her right now.


35 X 12.50 X 15

Mickey Thompson MTZ's

Photos to follow.
Yup white letters out.
80's style Homie.

Been doing lots of preparation. Not much sleep/rest for me in the last two months.

I WILL BE AT SUPER CEL'!!!!!

FIRST ONE.

NERVOUS AND EXCITED!!!


Oh and no worries. No surprises to spoil. It took me and my wife working together to make all of the logistics work out. Exhausted but excited.
 

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okie4570

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Yup.

I will be there in the eb.

Getting new shoes for her right now.


35 X 12.50 X 15

Mickey Thompson MTZ's

Photos to follow.

Been doing lots of preparation. Not much sleep/rest for me in the last two months.

I WILL BE AT SUPER CEL'!!!!!

FIRST ONE.

NERVOUS AND EXCITED!!!


Oh and no worries. No surprises to spoil. It took me and my wife working together to make all of the logistics work out. Exhausted but excited.

Worth the trip and we enjoyed every minute of it. Safe travels!!
 

West Tn Dawg

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Starting the cleaning and loading today. I am super excited to be bringing both of my Bronco's this time.
 
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bigcountry

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First power steering, now disc brakes. You're not going to know how to drive that Bronco.

And new upholstery. I told Mr. Jackie it is the first bronco out of several that I have owned with power steering, disc brakes, and no rips in the seats. 😄
 

DWALKER

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Got everything checked. Get her washed up tomorrow and head out Thursday


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englewoodcowboy

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Just finished prepping my display banners. Hoping to pick the ranger up from upholstery on Monday. Will be a long day getting everything back in it, wired etc. have to swap door handles, tried the cheaper set and they suck ass. The buttons are almost sharp that they are very difficult to operate. Got a set of show quality ones to go on it. Also have to replace the MC. The new one I have was machined too short so the lid bottomed out on the body and the seal doesn't seal. It's always nice to have brake fluid spill out on fresh paint so I have that to get done as well. We are heading out Tuesday morning.

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A friends master cylinder leaked and the new one I installed for him leaked. A real pain to get it to stop. I end up putting a thin coating of grease on it to seal it. We use that trick to seal the flaps on irrigation pumps so they will draw. It worked. Anybody know of another way?
 

Slowleak

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I put RTV on both sides of the the seal on mine. It didn't glue it shut. It just formed a better gasket. I like the idea of using grease better.
 

West Tn Dawg

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Got-em all shined up..........

Now it looks like rain all the way over to Townsend. Then rain all the way back Sunday!
 

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bronconut73

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A friends master cylinder leaked and the new one I installed for him leaked. A real pain to get it to stop. I end up putting a thin coating of grease on it to seal it. We use that trick to seal the flaps on irrigation pumps so they will draw. It worked. Anybody know of another way?

If your talking about the seal within the lid then the easiest way to fix that is take the bale off and bend it down so that it clamps down tighter. The bale is really stiff metal, be prepared.

You wouldn't want that grease getting into your brake fluid....
 

broncorckcrwlr

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Well I was going to try to put a fuel pump on the 76 today and see if I could get it to start. Hasn't run in about 3 years. Instead I took a road trip to Al to see a friend and pick up a lawn mower. Guess I'll just drive F250 down Saturday to see who I can see that I haven't seen since last year. lol
 

berg bronco

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Tuesday and staying at the Gateway. I think we are coming through Franklin.


Tuesday! You ain't messing around.....we'll be up that way Thursday afternoon. If you have any trouble on your way don't hesitate to give me a call


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