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small-list Digest Sat, 05 Feb 2000 Volume: 01 Issue: 2001

In This Issue:
ADMIN: New list commands
ADMIN: All lists are back up
fuel gauge accuracy?
Re: fuel gauge accuracy?
My little B-II
Re: My little B-II
61-67 econolines
Re: 61-67 econolines
Re: My little B-II

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Subject: ADMIN: New list commands

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From: BubbaBlake aol.com
Date: Sat, 5 Feb 2000 22:46:48 EST
Subject: fuel gauge accuracy?

According to the manual my 88 Bronco II has a 23 gallon fuel tank. I have
always assumed this info to be wrong since my gauge reads empty after I've
gone 160 miles and 9 gallons fills it. Last week Tim Turner mentioned a
similar scenario and it hit me that the tank is probably 23 and I'm wasting
my time running to the gas station. could someone verify that the 88 has in
fact a 23 gallon tank.

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From: "Bad Brian" hotmail.com>
Subject: Re: fuel gauge accuracy?
Date: Sat, 05 Feb 2000 21:25:49 PST





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> According to the manual my 88 Bronco II has a 23 gallon fuel tank. I have
>always assumed this info to be wrong since my gauge reads empty after I've
>gone 160 miles and 9 gallons fills it. Last week Tim Turner mentioned a
>similar scenario and it hit me that the tank is probably 23 and I'm wasting
>my time running to the gas station. could someone verify that the 88 has in
>fact a 23 gallon tank.






my bronco did the same thing at about the same point. if i continued to
drive it it would come back up after a gallon or two and then read correctly
to empty. all the bronco II i have seen were in fact a 23 gallon. fill
up your tank and drive it to 250 or 300 miles and see what happens.



Bad Brian
Southeastern Electronics
kf4obc
http://www.ford-trucks.com//lc/lc.php?action=do&link=http://southeastern.webjump.com

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Date: Sat, 05 Feb 2000 21:47:01 -0800
From: Adam McLaughlin jps.net>
Subject: My little B-II

I have a 1988 bronco 2, 4x4, 5 speed, 2.9.

I got my new JBA headers on now, and since I need to take it to the
muffler shop to have them align my stock cat
to the intake of my flowmaster series 50 muffler, I was wondering about
asking them to get me a new catalytic
convertor.

The headers sound very nice, but I am not noticing a difference in the
power of the truck. Here's so info about the car. (To the best of my
memory, I know that I've left something out)

1988 2.9, with stock throttle body (Would somebody PLEASE sell me a
1987/1988?)
K and N filter
45 psi regulator
ADS/Lucas Super Injectors
MSD Ignition
MSD Super Conductor wires
Champion Truck plugs
new EFI system
JBA headers, cat front system
Flowmaster Series 50 muffler
James Duff Super chip
Premium Gas, Synthetic Oil

3" Suspension Lift
2" Body Lift
31" BFG Tires, etc..

Warn XDi9000, etc...

Any help would be appreciated!

Thanks,

Adam


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Date: Sun, 06 Feb 2000 08:05:49 -0500
From: David Cooley bellsouth.net>
Subject: Re: My little B-II

At 09:47 PM 2/5/00 -0800, you wrote:
>I have a 1988 bronco 2, 4x4, 5 speed, 2.9.
>
>I got my new JBA headers on now, and since I need to take it to the
>muffler shop to have them align my stock cat
>to the intake of my flowmaster series 50 muffler, I was wondering about
>asking them to get me a new catalytic
>convertor.

The problem you'll run into is that federal law states a Muffler/exhaust
shop cannot replace a converter, even with a factory original replacement,
if the original is still functioning properly.
What you can do, is order a hi flo cat (random technologies has a very good
line of those), remove the factory cat, then find a shop to install the cat
in place of the missing one.

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Packet: N5XMT KQ4LO.#INT.NC.USA.NA T.A.P.R. Member #7068
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From: "brian whiteman" hotmail.com>
Subject: 61-67 econolines
Date: Sun, 06 Feb 2000 08:41:54 EST

Does anyone know of any parts sources for 61-67 econolines? I am able to
find driveline parts and window seals, but not much else. Do I need to go to
salvage to replace sheet metal, or does someone make replacement panels for
upper-body? The front end was smashed, so would I be better off replacing
the front clip or trying to pull out the nose? Any knowledge would be
greatly appreciated.


Thank you in advance,
Brian

'66 Econoline SuperVan 170 six
'67 Mustang coupe 289 2bbl
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From: ROlson1039 aol.com
Date: Sun, 6 Feb 2000 09:00:50 EST
Subject: Re: 61-67 econolines

i had ( before the ex made me sell them) a couple of classic cars... and when
i needed used parts i would go into Pennsylvenia to a place called Harrys U
Pull It in the poconos they have all the used parts dirt cheap ya could
ever want including body panels

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From: GJFB20 aol.com
Date: Sun, 6 Feb 2000 11:36:53 EST
Subject: Re: My little B-II

Hey, was your body lift and suspension lift hard to put on, did you run into
any problems?

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