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Old 01-03-2017, 05:52 PM
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Where are the rust areas to check for on a 96 bronco?

Aside from the typical suspension areas and the tailgate, any places that are easy to miss?
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Old 01-06-2017, 02:07 AM
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The rear most body crossmember under the tail gate. also the rear corners of the floor and bottom of the tailgate
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fender wells, rocker panel, muffler cover, muffler. door panels,
The paint peeled off the hood and now the hood is rusted, I just call the look "Patina, you can't buy that kind of look it has to be earned"
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-Rear quarters above the rear wheels, and back near the bumper
-Inner rear wheel wells
-Bottom edge of tailgate
-Rear-most crossmember as mentioned
-Radiator support at the bottom where it bolts to the frame
-Bottom of B-pillars near rocker panels
-Bottom of front fenders just behind front wheels
-Rear leaf spring shackles and hangers
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my 96' rusted bad in the cowl area under the driver side wiper due to clogged cowl drain on the driver side.
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-Rear quarters above the rear wheels, and back near the bumper
-Inner rear wheel wells
-Bottom edge of tailgate
-Rear-most crossmember as mentioned
-Radiator support at the bottom where it bolts to the frame
-Bottom of B-pillars near rocker panels
-Bottom of front fenders just behind front wheels
-Rear leaf spring shackles and hangers
^ this and as mentioned the floor behind the front seat belt belt retractors.

Late to the party. Were you looking at buying one and did you?
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