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Old 01-04-2009, 02:33 AM
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Ok, folks, the site is more or less up and running. I will be adding the "Spotter's Guide" and several charts, photos and diagrams. I have given recognition where I saw fit. If you like what you see, send me some photos. If you see something is missing or needs to be added, let me know. I have fixed most of the dead link issues from the old FAQs. Before any one can tell me, yes, I know the last page is blank... and there will be a blank at the last page until I am satisfied that the information is as complete as I can get it.

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Pretty informative site you have there.

Got me looking at Broncos again anyway.
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Thank you. Just figured I'd make the answers to the questions that this forum and others like it see quite a bit more accessible.
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Just thought I'd let everyone know that the site does actually appear second @ Google if you query "big bronco faq"
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i am so happy to have stumbled across this site... i'm converting my 87 bronco to efi and i may need some...well alot of help!
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Converting an 87? Ok. Welcome, we will endeavor to gt you the best information we can muster.
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I want to be one to say thank you greystreak you have been helpful to me on not only my own posts but reading the responces you give people every day has given me faith in my own build (1980 bronco) all the posts by people have been a blessing but you definitly go above and beyond w diagrams and all information included thankyou thankyou thankyou
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Just reading this for the first time. Greystreak, thank you for the awesome site and wealth of information. Not only is it informative, but the website alone is put together very well. Props!
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two questions i let my girlfriend drive my full sized bronco and ended up haveing it towed one guy said fuel pump but for a week it was not getting fire we jumped the fuel relay no fire could i put an external pump on the rail and get moving without remoiving the old? thanks
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two questions i let my girlfriend drive my full sized bronco and ended up haveing it towed one guy said fuel pump but for a week it was not getting fire we jumped the fuel relay no fire could i put an external pump on the rail and get moving without remoiving the old? thanks
Welcome to the forums. First off, this thread isn't the place to be posting questions, it's an informative FAQ on the Bronco. Post your question in an entirely new thread. Also, be sure to include punctuation, it makes it a lot easier to read and you'll more than likely get more responses and help that way.
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Thanks for the great site

I went to the Full Size Bronco before but found they were not very friendly. Treated you as if you were retarded. Insulted you at every chance and gave very vague responses. Your site is just the opposite!!! I always felt if you did not know something, you asked someone who did. They just treated you like an idiot.

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I went to the Full Size Bronco before but found they were not very friendly. Treated you as if you were retarded. Insulted you at every chance and gave very vague responses. Your site is just the opposite!!! I always felt if you did not know something, you asked someone who did. They just treated you like an idiot.

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Don't worry... we only treat idiots like idiots around here

I have to agree though, I have never liked how FSB operates, or what they allow to go on.
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im new to the site but as bfwill was saying i have skimmed a couple of other sites and people are rude.... here though every one has been cool. thanks
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This is Very cool site!any time i have any proplems i love to post it to see what it might take to get the job done! sometimes it takes two brains to work it out....Thanks for the cool ford trucks site>>>>>>>>.>
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