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Old 10-29-2007, 12:54 PM
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Few quick inspection Q's

Whats up guys? I searched on here and other forums, but cant seem to find an answer. Ive almost finished the repair and regear of my rear diff. the inspectoin has run out, and a few things have happend since. My passenger vent window no longer exists. and of course there is a fair amount of rust on the rear fenders of my bronco. my drivers side mirror has been replaced with one of the help section stick on plastic mirrors. would those couple things cause me to fail inspection. all the other stuff is good like exhaust, defrosters, all of that stuff meets the regs that i could find. i have to come up to PA to get it inspected as soon as my rear is done. the Army frowns on not haveing an up to date inspection.
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A similar topic was brought up about inspection stations on the below thread:

http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/65...a-exhaust.html

They seem to be hit and miss out here in regards to who will pass you (lack of consistency between insp. stations). Here's a link that contains all the items to check for inspections:

http://www.pacode.com/secure/data/06...5/s175.80.html

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Old 10-29-2007, 06:12 PM
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Yeppers . My local guy would let me patch (duct tape up if not to bad ) up body If he know I was working on it . The shaky mirror and vent window would/may have to be fixed . But hey If you can see out it the window may pass. But every station is different .

But try to temp patch body and try . They may fail you but just say get this fixed and come back.
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