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What parts cant you find for your bronco? what do you want built?

garberz

Bronco Influencer
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Jun 24, 2007
Messages
6,840
Loc.
Conejo Valley, Ca.
I would like to buy a full floating rear axle kit with locking hubs, (like the one Warn used to make) So I can tow it without removing the rear driveshaft.
 

broncosbybart

Bronco Guru
Joined
Mar 13, 2002
Messages
2,644
i'd like to see some orig style floor mats as well. ditto on the dash panel lights. bobbed fenders and grille along with an alum tub would be on my purchase list, too. screw the jig for the steel body, right??
 

Bitch'nBronco

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Loose Cannon
Joined
Dec 1, 2005
Messages
3,068
Loc.
Havre De Grace, MD
I wish someone made that sweet door trim (around the door glass frame) outta stainless or somthin. I can find used ones, but it'd be sweet if there were new ones. Or maybe the trim around the drip rail in stainless. Just a thought
 
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cnielsen413

Jr. Member
Joined
Feb 19, 2007
Messages
50
Loc.
petaluma, CA
are there any nice tube doors out? something that you can switch with the factory doors and go back and fourth without major work?
 

SC74

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Bronco Guru
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May 24, 2004
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are there any nice tube doors out? something that you can switch with the factory doors and go back and fourth without major work?

Duff has a nice set, but I think that you need their removable hinges to make them work without too much headache.
 

DU 001

Jr. Member
Joined
Apr 26, 2006
Messages
134
Loc.
Houston, Texas
Parts you can't find and want built

I would really like a Diamond Plate Tunnel Cover for an automatic w/ only the 4 wheel shifter on the tunnel (similar to 3 speed standard model that is currently out there).

Can't understand why noone has built this before? It's just like the 3 speed version witout the extra hole for the 3 speed stick.

If you know anyone that can build one, I'm on the bid for one.

DU 001
 

66 U14 NICK

Jr. Member
Joined
Jul 6, 2004
Messages
104
Loc.
Spencer, WV
I would like to find the grommet for vacuum wipers, for the 66, the ones for that go between the windshield frame and the wiper stem. The ones from Jeff's don't even come close to fitting.

Nick
 

77TexasBronc

Bronco Guru
Joined
Jan 27, 2003
Messages
2,002
Loc.
Baytown Texas
A straight pull type emergency brake handle that mounts under the dash below the key switch. This will eliminate the original E-brake/roll cage interference problems and also free up the kick panel which would be the perfect place for a large fuse panel.

I also like the idea of the billet armrest and the diamond plate tunnel cover for an automatic.
 

fordguy

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Bronco Guru
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Jan 23, 2005
Messages
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there is a company that makes a vent window eliminator for early fords (41-48 or so). I wonder if that would work for the bronco. I will try to find the vendor and post the link.
 

spieser

Sr. Member
Joined
Feb 11, 2003
Messages
447
Loc.
Shalimar, FL
E brake

A straight pull type emergency brake handle that mounts under the dash below the key switch. This will eliminate the original E-brake/roll cage interference problems and also free up the kick panel which would be the perfect place for a large fuse panel.

I also like the idea of the billet armrest and the diamond plate tunnel cover for an automatic.

My old 66 Mustang had an e brake like that. I bet you get one of those pretty easily and fab up that mod.
 

77TexasBronc

Bronco Guru
Joined
Jan 27, 2003
Messages
2,002
Loc.
Baytown Texas
I found one out of a 49 caddy that I am in the process of installing now. It just seems that this would have been such a great mod that one of the Bronco house would already be marketing these.
 

JGbronc

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Bronco Maniac
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Mar 30, 2007
Messages
6,157
I would like to see new drip rail chrome that is fairly easy to install on a top that didn't originally have it.
 

rustbucket

Bronco Guru
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Mar 22, 2004
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I would like to buy a stock door window frames. Mine are pretty cracked and mangled. Stainless would be even better.
 

70 sport WA

Sr. Member
Joined
Nov 1, 2003
Messages
763
A replacement for the plastic T shifter cover. These things are almost always cracked and in poor condition...and for those not modifying to a twin shifter, it would be nice to have a durable nice looking cover. Plastic or metal.
 
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