I've done a lot of reading on the B-pillar cracks, so I don't have any questions, just wanting some opinions. I've been wanting a bronco for while now and finally found a completely rust free '90 Bronco Eddie Bauer where I live, but as most Broncos, it has some cracks in the drip rails and the B-pillar roof joint. I know it can be fixed and everything but if I buy this bronco it is something that I plan on keeping for life (won't be used for off roading, MIGHT see a few winter days, etc...) and I've read about the problems the b-pillars cause. If you fix the b-pillars, then the A-pillars start to go and after a while the bedsides start to move away from the body and other stuff....I don't want to have these problems.
Would you let B-pillar/drip rail cracks turn you away from a Bronco? And I do realize I'm asking this on a bronco forum.
1997 Chevy Blazer, 4x4 (not working), Tranny slips in 1st, 153k miles, exhaust leak, POS in general