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fordtrucks-small-digest Tuesday, March 10 1998 Volume 02 : Number 073



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Re: Bronco II front ends and other stuff... ["Lou Guerriero"

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Date: Tue, 10 Mar 1998 02:23:37 -0500
From: "Lou Guerriero"
Subject: Re: Bronco II front ends and other stuff...

Hey all..

First.. OOOOPSS! There I was complaining about HTML, and sent one right
after it... ugh.

Second... Does anyone know the best way to "firm up" the front end on a
88 Bronco II/Ranger??

I've had plenty of grief with this aspect of my truck (don't get me
wrong, I still love it.. but...), and am wondering what I can do to
strengthen the front end. Would a steering stabilizer make any difference
in how the front end wears/gets out of whack? Alignments and ball joints
and CV's.. oh my! Seems like every couple years.. a different component
fails.... I've replaced Everything at least once!

Third... Does anyone know the best way to get into the front quarter
panel/fender area... I am getting water on my floor through the wiring duct
on the drivers side.... It's a swimming pool! I can't seem to access this
area any other way, and it seems I have to remove that whole fender to get
in and seal it up inside..... Haynes manual has nothing on the subject, and
I don't wanna just start removing bolts at random!

Thanks in advance,

Lou
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