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View Poll Results: Choose your favorite Fullsize Bronco for May 2017!!!
nra1ifer 3 8.11%
aschessla 5 13.51%
1clean5.8 14 37.84%
greasemonger 11 29.73%
PJCHANNING 4 10.81%
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post #141 of 161 (permalink) Old 05-19-2017, 01:57 PM
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So, I got my lights dialed in last night. I'll be doing some finishing touches on my lunch today. But here's the show portion of show and tell. When I turned on the flood lamp it was like someone had switched on the sun at 2200 hours.










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'90 Eddie Bauer 302 5.0 >250k, class E, Stock wheels (if it ain't broke...) rebuilt under hood (oem). HD rotors. R-134A conversion. Flowmaster and 3" single chamber. Custom fishing pole rack. 145k '96 e4oD upgrade. 33" BFG A/T. Modern Am/FM/Bt/CD/USB. 1500w amp/ sub combo. Custom Roof rack. Check out my build thread...

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So, I got my lights dialed in last night. I'll be doing some finishing touches on my lunch today. But here's the show portion of show and tell. When I turned on the flood lamp it was like someone had switched on the sun at 2200 hours.
Sweet! Get your rig on a dark road and light them up! You'll really tell the difference then!!!
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post #143 of 161 (permalink) Old 05-19-2017, 02:43 PM
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Bumpers!

I am going to be busy all weekend, so figured I'd leave ya'll with one more sets of pics until next week!

As the Bronco has progressed, I have been wanting to change out the bumpers. I have looked at a lot of options, all way too expensive until I stumbled across Move bumpers. One of our fellow BKO's actually shared his build. I loved the concept and liked the style and decided to order a set. Yeap, front & rear!!!

Here is the rear tacked up







The rear bumper installed



Tacking the front



All finished up!











Here I am mocking up my then soon to be installed 30" LED light bar!



Painted the bumpers temporarily to prevent rust.







Had to order some light as the holes in the rear were larger than your standard 3x3 or 4x4 cube lights. I found a company out of Australia, Darrica, that sold a set that fit almost perfect. Had to grind just a bit but otherwise great fit and nice quality lights! Those mates were good folks and helped me order and ship to the US!



Backup lights... Don't look directly at them, TRUST ME!!!



And the front accessory lights!





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It's in the plans.

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Sweet! Get your rig on a dark rode and light them up! You'll really tell the difference then!!!
AAh, that's the ticket, Indeed! I'm going to take some money shots at night tomorrow night when I'm out in Indian Valley BLM area. I'm super stoked. It gets real dark out there around 1700 hours because it's a valley surrounded by high ridges. Wait for it...

'90 Eddie Bauer 302 5.0 >250k, class E, Stock wheels (if it ain't broke...) rebuilt under hood (oem). HD rotors. R-134A conversion. Flowmaster and 3" single chamber. Custom fishing pole rack. 145k '96 e4oD upgrade. 33" BFG A/T. Modern Am/FM/Bt/CD/USB. 1500w amp/ sub combo. Custom Roof rack. Check out my build thread...
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Here was the PO's pic with the BL cans

And one in its previous life with 44 boggers





And the best one of all
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On my lunch I applied a couple tempo finishing touches to my light show and found a spot for my miscellaneous cupholder thingy. I also mounted my device holder which I'll be using as a trail cam this weekend and FOREVER because Broncos don't quit. I like the POV you get with the mount installed. That's my counter partner's Tic Tac I'm aimed at.













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'90 Eddie Bauer 302 5.0 >250k, class E, Stock wheels (if it ain't broke...) rebuilt under hood (oem). HD rotors. R-134A conversion. Flowmaster and 3" single chamber. Custom fishing pole rack. 145k '96 e4oD upgrade. 33" BFG A/T. Modern Am/FM/Bt/CD/USB. 1500w amp/ sub combo. Custom Roof rack. Check out my build thread...

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Looks like I got some catching up to do... Most of the rest of my pictures are wheeling pictures.
Wipe Out Hill




















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okay so scrap the 1 ton and throw in a D60?
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Heres the Video of Wipe out hill notice the wives comments in all my videos they are always so helpful.


The climb up from uranium arch

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Mike,
That's bad *. When I drove out to G.j. years ago I realized I was within miles of Moab, but sadly, no time to check it out. It's on my bucket list and people keep telling me I should go there. Utah isn't such a bad place.

'90 Eddie Bauer 302 5.0 >250k, class E, Stock wheels (if it ain't broke...) rebuilt under hood (oem). HD rotors. R-134A conversion. Flowmaster and 3" single chamber. Custom fishing pole rack. 145k '96 e4oD upgrade. 33" BFG A/T. Modern Am/FM/Bt/CD/USB. 1500w amp/ sub combo. Custom Roof rack. Check out my build thread...
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Definitely was worth the trip. It's a place that we are going to go every year 4 days of wheeling wasn't enough.
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Just arrived in Helen, GA (Alpine Villiage) for a little N. GA easy mountain trail riding. Few posers becore we head up.




This makes the 4th straight weekend wheeling
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Still uploading pics and vids. Long day so Ill splice vids tomorrow and organize pics. Here's a couple from the phone


Ran into another bronco and sami that were none too happy about having to wheel with a group of about 10 jeeps stopping every 100yds to assess the situation. Cool fellas I'll have to catch up with next time we wheel in NC
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Yall are kickin ass, i still cant choose who to vote for! Better keep whoring out the broncos
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Couple more posers. Spent the whole day replacing light fixtures around the house so vids will have to wait till tomorrow


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@greasemonger I would like to see some detailed pictures of your rear bumper. I like that.

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@greasemonger I would like to see some detailed pictures of your rear bumper. I like that.
Sure I can do that when i get off of work today.

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Appreciate it.

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Wheelin road trip

Heading out for the weekend and a little back road riding, no towing here! Got the whole family packed up!!!





You got to stop at Buc-ees!























Mama taking a turn!















At the top of the hill!



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Wheelin vid, hope you don't get motion sickness!

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