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turn your head to the left and now thing body mount and whys the frame gone all the spot welds drilled
old tail gate and cross memeber
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damn man, that things eat up. Here, i'll put this in for ya....
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thanks i need that but its sort of my dd , and my fisin rig so i just need to get it back together
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well i got a little more done tonight. got the other end on the corss member . got all the spotwelds drilled across the floor board and the rear body mounts out.
got some of my patch work off from last summer. forgot how bad it was in there,
not very exited about what i have to do next.


so i forgot to add that i replaced this as well so here it is
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some of my old patch work
now i have to go outback and cut more parts off the donor truck left inner fender i guess i could patch again but why with all the hell i'm going through i dont want a perfect truck just something i don't have to worry about for a few years, cant wait till this is all done and i can start saving for my lift and tires. seems sooooo far away
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well no turning back now its out tomorrow, gas tank out and cross memeber infront of it and then i will have almost all good body mounts except the ones right under the drivers floor and pass. floor. wish i didnt have to work tomorrow but it happens, so i will probably be there all night. any questions or suggestiongs?
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Your doing a hell of a job.

I have to say thought i think i would have searched for bronco with a clean body because you can find the cheap even if i have to fly somewhere to get it.


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yeah didnt kno it was that bad it keeps me out of trouble
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well i got the two cross members in tonight, hopefully start on the inner fender tomorrow, i hope it all lines back up and fits lol
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strong work. i wen tthrough a few steps you are. check out my rebuild thread below.

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thats some nice work
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I don't think I could afford all the beer that much repair would cost me. Its nice to see someone taking the time to do something right even if you have to start from scratch to do it. I'm still in the mechanical functionality stage of my repairs. Haven't even started on the rust, but Its mostly on the roof because I live in Florida. And as a bonus I'm only like two hours from the bronco parts warehouse if I have to have a replacement. Take a lot of pride in yourself and your work, it shows.
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well it was a long weekend. i got the cross members in and the inner quarterpanel on and the fender. i will get pics up soon just trying to catch up on sleep still have a lot of work to do, paint the the tail gate back together ect...
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well i got a little more done tonight. got the other end on the corss member . got all the spotwelds drilled across the floor board and the rear body mounts out.
got some of my patch work off from last summer. forgot how bad it was in there,
not very exited about what i have to do next.
Is there somewhere that you can purchase this brace/crossmember.... what ever you wanna call it? My Bronco needs this also. I cant find a donor anywhere.
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i was surfing around the web and found this site hope it helps pretty expensive

https://www.bluespringsfordparts.com...nco-parts.html
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They dont seem to have it on that site. Actually they dont seem to have much of anything lol. Almost every section says no parts available.
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well i know its been a while and you have all been holding your breath. lol but heres what i have been up to this weekend so far

i had to replace the inner wheel tub on the drivers side too well see how it goes tomorrow


one of these days i will finally be able to drive it again i miss it. but my boss have been very very nice letting me keep it in the shop but i think thats becuse i have been working on his barn every night after normal working hours go get the inside trimmed out
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Your Tuff man

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or dumb. lol but its been a great learing experiance hopefully will have the drivers quarter on today if all goes well
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