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post #81 of 2954 (permalink) Old 10-30-2011, 06:23 PM
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Weekdays are going to be hard for me to make it out but i can try. Today i was able to get the Bronco over my dads. So I'm going to tackel the wheel bearings after work one day over there in Portsmouth. It shouldn't be no big deal. hopefully i will have it running right by the weekend. If anyone wants to do any work this weekend let me know i can make some time on saturday or sunday.
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Weekdays are going to be hard for me to make it out but i can try. Today i was able to get the Bronco over my dads. So I'm going to tackel the wheel bearings after work one day over there in Portsmouth. It shouldn't be no big deal. hopefully i will have it running right by the weekend. If anyone wants to do any work this weekend let me know i can make some time on saturday or sunday.
You have all the tools to do this job i e bearing nut socket and the bearing grease packer?


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You have all the tools to do this job i e bearing nut socket and the bearing grease packer?
No I'm going to buy, figured they will come in use more than once haha
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^i like it!

i do agree mark, i love having my kids climbing under the truck with me and we always have fun on our trips in the bko
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I'd like to install a new heater core and side window eventually on mine lol. Girlfriends getting a little pissed that the rain comes in her side.

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No I'm going to buy, figured they will come in use more than once haha
summmabitch. i knew i forgot something. I left your bearing packer in my truck when it broke down. dammit
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I'd like to install a new heater core and side window eventually on mine lol. Girlfriends getting a little pissed that the rain comes in her side.
yes...my g/f is quite tired of the rain as well..i have a bigger hole to fill than yours tho...hahaha

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I'd like to install a new heater core and side window eventually on mine lol. Girlfriends getting a little pissed that the rain comes in her side.
heater core is simple, 30 min or less.

you lucked out, the doors i pulled off my parts truck only had glass in one of them....it just so happened to be the passenger side, so i got a quarter window for you man. i just gotta look at it and figure out how to pull it off to replace yours, i'm sure we can figure it out.
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Awesome! Thank you Thank you, I've taken the door on mine down to just the metal and have taken out alot of screws but couldn't figure out how that thing comes outta there. I'm sure well figure it out one way or another. As for the heater core I plan on buying one next time I'm at the parts store. So it's not that hard to get it out huh. For some reason I though on these trucks it was nearly impossible.

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Awesome! Thank you Thank you, I've taken the door on mine down to just the metal and have taken out alot of screws but couldn't figure out how that thing comes outta there. I'm sure well figure it out one way or another. As for the heater core I plan on buying one next time I'm at the parts store. So it's not that hard to get it out huh. For some reason I though on these trucks it was nearly impossible.
nope, not hard. i did mine in no time. remove glove box, remove htr core housing (just like 6 bolts or so), drain coolant, then disconnect the two hoses from inside the eng compartment. install is reverse of removal.
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Vent window is not hard at all. let us know when your ready.
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Cool sounds good. When do you think you guys would be available.

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Cool sounds good. When do you think you guys would be available.
, We are going to do some work this sunday the 6th. I was also going to see about doing Marks (thinblueline) interior lining on the 19th if he's ready? What one of those days works for you Josh(jbrew)?


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This Sunday is good for me. We can get Ricks sliders on and If i haven't done the wheel bearings by then think we could tackle them?
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Sounds good Salt we'll Larry the Cableguy it!


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If there's time for my two little projects this sunday works great. Then I can stop freezing to work lol. The two lines running to the core are disconnected under the hood and just bypassed so that cuts some time off I think. Anyone got a suggestion on a good but cheap set of front speakers. I found why the front passenger side speaker has never worked.

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, We are going to do some work this sunday the 6th. I was also going to see about doing Marks (thinblueline) interior lining on the 19th if he's ready? What one of those days works for you Josh(jbrew)?
i won't be there on sunday, but count me in for the 19th!

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This Sunday is good for me. We can get Ricks sliders on and If i haven't done the wheel bearings by then think we could tackle them?
if you don't get to it this sunday, i'm planning to spend tues, wed, thurs, and sat of next week working on my swap so you could come by then too.
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If there's time for my two little projects this sunday works great. Then I can stop freezing to work lol. The two lines running to the core are disconnected under the hood and just bypassed so that cuts some time off I think. Anyone got a suggestion on a good but cheap set of front speakers. I found why the front passenger side speaker has never worked.
Sounds good Brew, I go to Walmart and get either Sony or Pioneer.

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i won't be there on sunday, but count me in for the 19th!



if you don't get to it this sunday, i'm planning to spend tues, wed, thurs, and sat of next week working on my swap so you could come by then too.
Sounds Good Josh, look forward to it. Hopefully its warm enough and we can get Mark and I's interior liner rolled in.


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Awesome i will be picking the bronco up from my rents today. I will bring it on sunday if we can get it done great if not I had plan on going over to Josh's and helping with the swap next week anyways.

What all tools and parts do i need?
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