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Old 02-28-2006, 07:14 PM
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Hello!!

Whats up folks? Any plans, projects on the go?
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Old 03-01-2006, 05:05 PM
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Take the Bronco to Rocky Road and have them do up my welding so I can get the bugger steet-able. Wanna seafoam it there too.
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Old 03-01-2006, 10:33 PM
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Take the Bronco to Rocky Road and have them do up my welding so I can get the bugger steet-able. Wanna seafoam it there too.
Oh well we could have done that at the school! Should have gave me a call! I'm doing my quater panels over the march break and a hydroboost brake system.
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Just finished the exhaust on my 93 F150 2wd 302. Long Tube hedman headers, 2.5" front pipe flowing into a 3" single in single out flowmaster 40 series delta flow. Dumped it out in front of the right rear...........WOW! Sounds great! With the short tail pipe it resembles a mustang H.O. Works even better than it sounds too! Next is going to be the B&M mechanical shift kit (E4OD) and a set of 3:55 gears to replace the old 3:08's. I run 31" off road tires so the jump in gearing is enough to cancel out the effect of the larger tires. Thats all for now.....
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Old 03-04-2006, 11:07 AM
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Sounds good! I have a rear diff 8.8 from my 96 bronco with 3.55s in it, could give you a deal on it. I went with 4.10s in my bronco and to make it easy I picked up a 8.8 from the junkyard and rebuilt it with 4.10s and swapped the diff into my bronco when it was done. I also have a set of 3.55s from that diff. Let me know.
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Oh well we could have done that at the school! Should have gave me a call! I'm doing my quater panels over the march break and a hydroboost brake system.
I may take you up on some help. Mid-late March when the boys are done the welding, I need to install the core support I bought from LMC. Im thinking that I am gonna install a new timing chain while the front end is torn apart.

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Old 03-06-2006, 07:45 PM
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Sure bud, just let me know. I have mine in the school right now, I just got back from installing a hydroboost braking system- bit of a job cause I didn't buy a kit so i have to sourse everything. But its getting there, should stop by sometime.
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You would'nt happen to know where I can get my hands on a body mount frame hanger would you? The hole on one of mine is rotted out and the mount is dropping through.

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Junk yard, or make a new one.
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