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post #21 of 205 (permalink) Old 02-21-2009, 01:27 AM
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Medina/Akron area here... no bronco yet, just doing my research in hope of buying this spring/summer
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post #22 of 205 (permalink) Old 02-21-2009, 11:24 AM
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hey hey

springfield ohio here just starting out with my 93' xlt still new to this and need help and info on building my monster hit me up im jason btw....
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im from harrod, ohio its six miles east of lima.

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I'd really like to get a decent '79 Bronco and a supercab F-series from the same era and make a 4-door Bronco like I've seen done. It would be sweet with the bench seat in the back and 2 rows of captains chairs. It would be the perfect touring vehicle for my band and to pull my trailer full of equipment.

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1/2 million miles!
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columbus here
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New Bremen Ohio here...if anyone knows where that is! Represent

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post #27 of 205 (permalink) Old 03-03-2009, 09:27 PM
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Wow, more Ohio people. good to see ya!

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Where's everyone at????

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working like usual. straight axle swap may soon start so I may ask for a few hands to help out if any one is willing

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3/4 ton conversion and SAS this summer for me. In the planning/parts gathering stage now.

Bruiser - '90, SCLB, 300 sixer, M5R2, 4x4, smorgasbord, down for surgery.
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Smile looking for trails

hey from toledo,looking for some good trails or places to camp and trail..only been in toledo for 2 years. to anyone needing help i can help on some weekends if u are in my general area.. also have a 92 fsb eb for parts that i am using to make my lifted 92 xlt look better.. so i have some spare parts if anyone needs anything hit me up and i will let u know if i still have.....
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C-bus here.
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post #33 of 205 (permalink) Old 04-02-2009, 06:53 AM
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I'm a displaced Ohioian due to the military, my daughter goes to Kent State and I still have family there, do I count? Thinking of moving back there when I retire from the Marine Corps as both my wife and I are not to fond of where we're at now.

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I'm a displaced Ohioian due to the military...do I count?
Spent a lot of my formative years in Fairborn/Dayton area.
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how'd I miss this thread? Greenville, OH!

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post #36 of 205 (permalink) Old 04-22-2009, 11:12 AM
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2 my good friends are from Mentor and Shaker Heights. I'll be stopping in OH this summer to meet up with my friends
If you take I-80 be sure to stop off at the ravenna. I'll take ya out to the best bass fishing around.

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post #37 of 205 (permalink) Old 05-02-2009, 10:00 AM
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I missed this too. I am in Millersburg...it is in holmes county and I am probably closest to aheavybronc in ravenna. I work in sales in Canton which is an hour or so away.
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Well, this thread hasn't seen much activity recently, but I just bought a '95 Bronco XLT from a guy in Columbus. Going to pick it up this week!

Are there ever any meets or guys helping each other with work on their trucks. My other car is a Mazda RX8 (rotary engine). On that forum, we try to get together at least every other month and just have some beers and talk about the car and stuff. It would be cool to do that with the Bronco too.

Also, I'm in North Canton, 20 min south of Akron, and, uhh, 10 minutes North of Canton. ha!

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post #39 of 205 (permalink) Old 06-17-2009, 11:25 AM Thread Starter
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Wow, the majority of people here are all up north. It's strange, but it's like that on even on the Fordsix forums and the Suzuki GS forums. I guess most of southern Ohio is a wee bit to redneck and backwoods (around here anyway) to ask for help from others online

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Enterprise D - '90, CCLB, 7.3L IDI, ZF5, Dually, Western Hauler, 2wd for now
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1/2 million miles!
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Since when did you see the Amish driving FSB's? To them, a Bronco is a type of horse, not a truck.

3G Alt. Upgrade, Duel Batteries, 351M bored .030 over with Edlebrock cam and intake, C-6 w/AO4D internals, 3" lift w/RS 9000, 33x12.50 MTR's, Saginaw PS Pump Conversion, On Board Air, Detroit Locker, Hydro Boost Brake System, Altimeter from a CH-46D, Map Light from a MH-53E.

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