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Hi NB-er's, newbie here
I'm in SJ, original owner of '79F100 SWB f/s, 300 I-6, 3sp, ($5500 new), looks and runs great but never gets out in the winter now. Other veh. is a 2003 Cavvy. (Is that ok to say?)
Saint John, NB. 1989 5.0L Bronco and a 1996 Eddie Bauer extended cab with a 5.8L (4X4). This thing pulls awesome towing a trailer on but after checking out the forums on air intakes I decided to build one myself. The cost was less than $50.00 (including filter) and it works very well. To bring cold air into the engine bay I used an air intake off an inline 6 truck. They don't take air from under the hood, it takes air in through the grill. Sounds excellent at midrange RPM's. Drop me an e-mail if you wants pics as it progressed. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bronco Dudes! We should start our on Bronco Club!! I see enough of them around in the Oromocto, Fredericton, Moncton and Saint John Area. I know there has to alot more in other parts of New Brunswick. I have a 96 Eddie Baur Bronce, 4" lift 33" BFGs.
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