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Travis I am home for a bit and been working on ol blue, new front 4" spring lift ect....It is towing the Bronco to the 4 Wheel Jamboree Nationals at Spg 5/6th May.
FTE G2G, are you and your dad making it over/down to the show by chance? BTW tell you pops howdy for me and how is he doing these days?
You sold your bronco, what the heck? Want ol #88, cheap.....PM me is so....
Nice! make sure to snap a pick before you pull out of the drive. That would be cool to see crap i just realized its may 14, time flies. The old man is doing pretty good. Ill tell him howdy for you . Ya i sold the bronco up here in kansas city. Needed the funds for other projects lol ol #88 is tempting but i need to put the money in ole betsy (front ball joints and new seals) should be interesting since i have never done axle seals before lol
parts truck cab off and got scraped power washing the frame eastwood chassis restoration kit old bent bumper back on (for now) i got some 31's i still need to get mounted
slowly but surely its coming together.
things still needing done:
-front windshield install (need to find a good local down there or up here in kc)
-Front end seals and ball joints
-rear bumper mounted
-change all fluids
-take bed rails off
-fix spongy brakes, maybe do rear disc swap
- save for body and paint work
im sure im missing more but thats all i can think of right now
Man it has been ages since I have been on here. The truck has sat stored at my old man's new place for about 6 months. Ill be bringing it to my house (2.5hrs north) in the spring. Anything that gets done will get posted
Thanks man! I wish my wife was excited as I am so be able to work on this thing in my own garage soon.
I plan on taking a week off in March to do some work on her before we haul it 3hrs north.
Swap good used tires on the current wheels, tune up, fix broken rear strut, install rear bumper hardware/bumper. Look into why the gas gauge is not working for the rear tank. I would like to get rid of any and all unneccesary wiring but that can be done at home. The to do list is larger than that but I dont want to bore anyone following this lol.
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