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View Poll Results: Choose your favorite Fullsize Bronco for May 2017!!!
nra1ifer 4 5.19%
aschessla 22 28.57%
1clean5.8 21 27.27%
greasemonger 23 29.87%
PJCHANNING 7 9.09%
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Old 05-03-2017, 09:54 AM
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Wood pecker mine trail a fun run out here in AZ I take a lot of people on it because it gives you chance to see what your rig can do.












I sheared the radius arm bolts off










At this point i don't think anything is in particular order so bear with me.

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Old 05-03-2017, 10:00 AM
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Some Goodies I put on.
Remote Trans Filter a must


Headers (Ive changed 3 times)


Aussie locker for the front( I've been able to do a lot with just a front locker)




My first set of new tires Mickey Thompson MTZ's (lasted me 8 years)


On board air

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Old 05-03-2017, 11:09 AM
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I think many know my story or have seen my builds but I plan to post the mods and adventures I am most proud of, hopefully not a repeat for everyone.
I am a bit of an audiophile, so upgrading the tunes was 1st on my list. I have built speakers boxes for over 20 years and love fiberglass the most, although more time consuming and messy! lol

Here I started masking the area behind the driver side wheel well. I actually cut out the trim to make it custom but look factory.



After a couple layers of glass and trimming



After cutting the speaker trim



Here I begin finishing up the enclosure




And the final product! Turned out great!!!



So now the amp rack



I decided to install two amp




Turned out great!!!



And here is what the final product looks like:




Now that the amps were in place and the bass covered, I began upgrading the mids & highs



Upgraded the headunit:




My favorite part of the headunit was the backup cam. Definitely helps when backing up in this beast!



And bluetooth for some handsfree driving! Safety 1st!!!




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Old 05-03-2017, 11:17 AM
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Without a photographer last weekend I improvised and tried to use the gopro on a stick out the window and drive at the same time. This was a nasty little rutted out area that got awefully tippy which can be seen after about 2:00. Next time out there (hopefully end of may) Id really like to get some vid from the front coming up to really show the lean
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Old 05-03-2017, 02:32 PM
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Old 05-03-2017, 04:06 PM
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I spend a lot of time with my just kid in my truck or by myself when I/we go on our adventures. Ergo, I don’t have too many “awesome wheeling pictures” so I’ll have to go on a few runs in the coming weeks so I have some eye candy for y’all. That said, I’ll do my best to tell the story as briefly as I can and salt in photos where and when I can. Thanks for putting on your reading glasses (Pepe) and thanks for voting for me “P II” for FOTM.

So, here’s the back story (pictures at home on our Home PC, so I’ll upload “the beginning photos” later when I get home. A guy who lived across the street couldn’t afford to drive this beauty anymore and had parked it with a For Sale sign in the window. It was covered in pollen, dust, dog hair, and fungus along the floorboards with a sprinkling of grass amidst. There was a fairly good sized oil spot on the ground beneath it. I met the guy a couple weeks after I plucked up the courage to tell my wife (fiancé at the time) that I was gonna go check it out. At the time I was riding my motorcycle everywhere and needed a truck and really wanted a Bronco again. We went out to the truck with the keys and man, oh man, did it STANK inside. Turned the key; nothing happened. I went and grabbed my jump box and we gave it a minute. While waiting I tested the suspension by hopping up and down on the rear bumper (I wanted to make sure it had gas). He let me know that it hadn’t been started in about three months. Second attempt: Turned the key… ..whuh whuh whuh whuh whuh, sputter sputter sputter, die. Hmm, ok. “How much do you want?” “$700.” “How about $500 and some goodies?” “Sure” – P.O. Tosses keys to me. I told him, keep the steps and try to sell ‘em since he was in a tight financial spot. Then we had to move it up the street and into my driveway. The brakes were all rusted tight. Ever try to push a house over? My buddy and neighbor Tom grabbed some straps and we went for it. One broken strap and sore backs and legs later we had it in my driveway and opened it wide to air it out. Turned out it had a plugged injector. We found this when I went to replace the broken Bank 2 manifold which I got from an ’89 F150. We changed the battery, alternator, and did a tune up and oil change. It sputtered, caught, and started weeping fuel right onto the new manifold. I was worried about an engine fire so I shouted, “Kill it!” Pulled the injector, wiped it off and put it back and VOILA! This truck has been to Grand Junction, Co and wheeled Grand Valley OHV area, Yosemite (twice), Cow Mountain OHV area in Ukiah many times, Lake Mendocino and Sonoma (many many times), Indian Valley Reservoir BLM land three times a year, at least, my friend’s property in lower lake and also Boonville. I’ve been using it as my DD since I drove it out to Colorado about seven years ago. It is my second Eddie Bauer FSB. My first was a ’94. I rolled it one night in a snowstorm where I lived in North East Oregon and it saved my life.

'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. OE spare tire carrier modified to hold stuff. Spot/flood light. Fog lights. Trail cam mount. Check out my build thread...
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Old 05-03-2017, 04:17 PM
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Where you at @nra1ifer ?
and how is it you have 2 votes and we aint seen a single picture, don't make a bit of since do it?
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Old 05-03-2017, 05:52 PM
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Some pictures from this weekend. More to come once I get 'em from my neighbor.











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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. OE spare tire carrier modified to hold stuff. Spot/flood light. Fog lights. Trail cam mount. Check out my build thread...

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Old 05-03-2017, 06:15 PM
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Some pictures of getting ready for this last weekend.










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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. OE spare tire carrier modified to hold stuff. Spot/flood light. Fog lights. Trail cam mount. Check out my build thread...

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Old 05-03-2017, 06:21 PM
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some previous trip photos. I was gonna post my competition image as well, but, why do something twice when everybody has to see it any way. That picture shows just how HOT our trucks are, even when they're not moving all day.












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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. OE spare tire carrier modified to hold stuff. Spot/flood light. Fog lights. Trail cam mount. Check out my build thread...

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Old 05-03-2017, 06:35 PM
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After gassing up to take the bko to the shop to have the anti-wrap bar rewelded and gusseted, my high pressure fuel pump on the frame decided to crap the bed. Swapped it out in the parking lot, and proceeded to drop the truck off. On that note, heres some fuel system upgrades:
I at one point decided to ditch the stock tank for more clearance, so the shop installed a 20 gal racing tank and jaz filler above the stock fuel door

It wasn't long before I decided that 20 gallons just wasn't going to be enough, so I pulled a tank off my parts truck and began working on how I wanted to plumb a dual tank system

It ended up looking something like this, and the valve I used was for marine use with 2 supply inlets and corresponding returns and one outlet/return. This way I avoid crossover between tanks. Here's the valve I used

I installed an oe in tank sending unit in the stock tank and put in on a switch for when the aux tank is in use. The aux tank gravity drains down to the hp pump as it sits in the bed

Closeups of the valve


Fresh painted stock tank ready for install

Cut an access hole using a marine "portal" I've seen used on kayaks and such for live wells and whatnot

Stock tank reinstalled

I had a few hiccups along the way, but for not being able to find anything similar in these trucks on the interwebs it turned out pretty well.
Here you can see the new filler location for the aux tank
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Old 05-03-2017, 07:44 PM
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While I was posting yesterday a vendor we get cool stuff from came in with these, so I bought them...

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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. OE spare tire carrier modified to hold stuff. Spot/flood light. Fog lights. Trail cam mount. Check out my build thread...

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Old 05-03-2017, 07:58 PM
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More previous trips:










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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. OE spare tire carrier modified to hold stuff. Spot/flood light. Fog lights. Trail cam mount. Check out my build thread...

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Old 05-03-2017, 08:14 PM
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..And more... The last ones are from a trip to I.V. last autumn. So are these.










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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. OE spare tire carrier modified to hold stuff. Spot/flood light. Fog lights. Trail cam mount. Check out my build thread...

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Old 05-03-2017, 08:23 PM
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Over the years this truck has been my standard for life. If she's runnin' right, I must be doin' okay. If not, what the eff am I doing? I have resigned to doing the lift in the winter so I can use my buddie's rack in his shop (his actual shop where he makes a living) and a couple other things while we're at it. I'm planning another run to Indian Valley Reservoir around Father's day with my lad and maybe Memorial day weekend if I can't go hang on some private land in Lower lake. If you wanna go, DO! It'll be the same place I've already been, a lot. This time we're gonna night wheel and see about the old resort out there. Also, I think our capable trucks can handle that hill climb in the background of the "camp" shots. That said, I don't think it'd be wise to be alone and attempt it as about a third of the way up it turns to shale, sand, loose gravel, and dust. It's also v e r y steep, oil running down the heads steep. There's a couple youtube videos of guys making that run, but no Bronco to be seen, unless the driver of one of 'em is like me and all alone with no one to wheel alongside of. (sad face) Just kidding! I find that it sucks to be solo until I get up to Middletown, then I take a deep breath of fresh air, exhale, and open my eyes to the beautiful terrain and country that Nor Cal affords us. That reminds me, ever been to cow?
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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. OE spare tire carrier modified to hold stuff. Spot/flood light. Fog lights. Trail cam mount. Check out my build thread...
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Sorry, guys..... we've had a LOT of stuff going on around here and between work and other activities, I have been really lacking on my FSB participation. Nothing traumatic, just busy.

I'll add some pictures at the end of this.

We came into the Bronco world literally by accident..... we totalled our nice one-owner 1995 Mustang hitting a huge whitetail doe while driving 65mph, almost 3 years ago. My wife bought the Mustang new (while I was deep in the throes of my first marriage) and was really attached to it because it was "hers" and her since-deceased grandfather went with her to pick it out. After hitting the deer and having air bags deploy, I think I remember her asking me if I was OK before she said, "My car, my car!!".... All through the time we owned that car, I would always tell her (maybe half-jokingly) that any Mustang worth having had a V8 in it..... hers was a V6.

So, I had always figured that if we ever replaced the Mustang, the replacement would be something more along the lines of a pick-up. As I started cruising our local Craigslist, I came across a 1981 Bronco XL for $3000, and it was an almost exact match of the blue that was the Mustang. I called, spoke to the owner, and found out that the Bronco was less than a mile from our house! Went and looked at it, decided it was something I could definitely work on and fix the multitude of minor and not-so-minor things that it needed. Took my wife to see it, and she was convinced it would be a good idea, even though she was in deep mourning for her Mustang. The color of the Bronco sealed the deal for her!

Over the time we've had it: new radiator, thermostat, and hoses, new engine, all-new brake system (minus the lines), new parking brake cables, new A/C compressor, new shocks, converted it to a dual exhaust, new windshield, new radio, new power steering hoses, new tires, new hood, painted the top, new window seals, new front drive shaft, new u-joints on the rear drive shaft, installed an electric radiator fan, tinted the windows, and LOTS of general detailing.

Wife LOVES the Bronco now, likes sitting up higher than her old Mustang, and is constantly getting compliments on it.

I don't have any cool off-road pictures.... maybe some day.... but her Bronco is "her" Bronco. I always tell her, "I wish I had a Bronco like this!" I drive it most of the time if we are together in it, and I also use it to maneuver our 34' Avion travel trailer in the back yard because of the tight turning radious compared to our 1995 F250 long-bed extended cab truck. It is now in great shape, and I would not hesitate taking it anywhere and any amount of miles.

Thank you for the nomination!




















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OK so after the years of abuse and the me driving around with 2 cracked heads for a while it was time for me to do the rebuild..































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Old 05-04-2017, 10:09 AM
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out in Florence junction had planned a whole weekend of wheeling but this is about all we got ( brown bottle flu) this is also the trip that lead me to finally change the nose out.










I drove it from Az to Oregon to go hunting in Hells canyon








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Old 05-04-2017, 10:47 AM
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Day with (3) of my girls!

Fun day out with (3) of my girls!!! The wifey is a photographer, so obviously I have to be patient while she gets her pics in... LOL
























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Great Start... Can't wait to see more pictures and videos...

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