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post #21 of 66 (permalink) Old 03-09-2018, 03:34 PM
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sorry for my absence yesterday...I was at work and figured I would do it when I got home, my wife had other plans. So toady I will continue...

When we got to the PNW I was starting over, friend wise, and I didn't have any tools that my SAS required. I didn't have the space at the house, and had no welder. I had to sit on my axles and SAS for a couple years. I didn't make many mods for a while. Mainly it was just about enjoying what we had and getting to know the area. One day I was on FSB and saw a bronco with rhino line on the bottom of the panels and really liked the look. So I did a "photo shop" of what Maggy would look like if I followed suit...

That is what it came out to look like! HAHA good ol PAINT on the computer!
But as you can tell, it took a while before I made the move.
Some pics with her, the ocean, mountains and the moon...


This next pic is with another bronco!!! To this day I still have no idea who it belonged to. Parking was limited, so we improvised...


After some time, it decided it was time to clean up the rims and paint them.


In that pic you can really see the difference in the bull nose vs. the aero nose. To this day I still want to find a nice front clip and revert her back to the true bull nose. I just find them to look more aggressive.
Made the jump for the rhino line on the bottom.

Another glamor shot...On a side note, you can see stickers slowly accumulating on the back windows...

Hanging out at the house for Halloween


That's it for today, but tomorrow we will cover my son's 9th birthday and his first poser...
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As I mentioned in my introduction, I made the decision to buy a 1978 Bronco to replace my 1978 F-150 4x4 to fit my growing family.

With this in mind, I knew it would take some effort to make the Bronco safe and comfortable for a family of 5.

My kids absolutely love the Bronco and heading out to the woods to off-road and play in the dirt. We go to several Bronco events each year and they are now regulars. They have toy Broncos and can name the different generations and the different accessories.

Having a hobby like this can put a lot on your spouse when time, energy and money are needed for what we call “Bronco Time” in our house.

So, as my kids and Bronco go together like peanut butter and jelly, here are some candid shots over the past 3-4 years.









































Every year on the way up to the East Coast Bronco Round Up we stop at Chubbies BBQ - right off 15 and about half way up. Great eats!











Now that you see the overriding theme of my build, next we’ll take a look at the specifics of how I went about building a safe, reliable and capable piece of beautiful American iron!


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I left off with my son's 9th birthday. I took him out to a two track that was nearby. He loves the bronco, so for his birthday I figured I would let him drive her a little. He was pretty timid, and could barely see over the hood. I pulled over, locked the front hubs in and put it in 4low. Mind you everything he went over could have been done in 2wd but I figured this would keep him from having to worry too much about his speed, and she would just crawl. We went up a little incline and cruised around the top of the "hill". We found a log, and I let him do his thing. He was not a natural right off the bat, I got out and showed him the angles.





So now that we were in the PNW, and I had started making friends in the "wheeling" world again, it was time to continue the hunt to finish gathering parts for the SAS. I ordered these GEMS off TrailWorthy Fab. They are 8bolt re-centered hummer wheels. Back spacing is 4", 8x6.5 lug pattern and have the "half" ring for bolt protection. On a side note, I don't know how anyone would be able to work with the full ring. The half ring tears my hands apart every time I mess with them...

This stack shows the rubber I mounted on the rims...you can see where I was messing around with chalk to see if i wanted to cut the lugs...I never did, so don't worry about it.

I pulled them apart and painted the back half a flat black, and the front half a gloss white. They looked sweet!

Here you can see "wife approved"...

And of course "daughter approved"...

This pic shows a glimpse of what was to come

Before I could finish mounting all the rims, we had to go Tree shopping...

Last pic shows the first time Maggy saw snow...

So much more to cover before we get to where she is today. Stay tuned!
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So I know everyone loves pictures, but let me start off by listing the specs on my Bronco.

Engine:
- Carolina Machine Engines (CME) Ford 400 bored .030" over with 9.5:1 CR Forged Pistons
- CME Ported & Polished Heads; new bearings, valves, seals, etc you would expect in a mid-range engine job
- Comp Cams Dual Energy™ 255DEH Good Torque & Mileage, Good RV & Towing Cam
- Factory Exhaust Manifolds with factory y-pipe and 2.5" single exhaust with Dynomax Super Turbo Muffler & Catalytic Converter; Tailpipe tucked up just under rear bumper
- Edelbrock Performer Intake
- FiTech 600HP EFI System
- Custom curved Performance Distributors dizzy with MSD 6AL box

CME shipped to me as a long block and I assembled & installed. Similar builds with a hotter cam produce ~365 HP. CME estimates that with the cam I chose, that the engine probably generates ~310HP, but a mountain of torque. Off the line it is pretty quick, but given that it is spinning 37" tires and pushing a wall of air, it flattens out after 70MPH and quite frankly, this truck is not that comfortable past that speed given the RPM, soft suspension and soft top.

Transmission & Transfer Case: C6/NP205 Stock for now.

Front Suspension:
- Deaver super flex 4" coils (though they install at closer to 5.5" with stock bumper)
- Bloody Knuckle Garage long arms
- Bloody Knuckle Garage Track Bar Bracket
- Superlift adjustable Track Bar
- F250 Shock Mounts
- 14" stroke Bilstein 7100's 360/120

Rear Suspension:
- Deaver super flex 4" leaves
- Bronco Air Adjustable Shackle Flip
- Wild Horses reinforced shackles
- 14" stroke Bilstein 5100's 275/80

I like the flex of the suspension, but I do not like how "tippy" it feels. I re-installed the rear sway bar and it helped a lot. However, it get's caught on everything, so I am building a "go fast" style rear sway bar that sits over the frame rails.

I also feel like there is a lot better ride to be had from the shocks - I am in the process of working with Accutune Off Road to get the shocks right. They are West Coast, but they can provide remote shock tuning provided you give them all the measurements they need. They then run it through their system to provide a baseline tune and then its seat of the pants tuning from there.

Steering:
- Factory Saginaw setup from 1978 Thunderbird with 400
- Hydroboost brakes using 1978 Thunderbird booster
- Redhead steering gear box
- Ruffstuff 1 Ton Steering Linkage

Axles:
- Rear 609 Ruffstuff Housing with Solid Industries Full Floater kit and Branik Motorsports Chrome moly Shafts
- Strange Nodular Carrier with 35 spline Detroit locker & 4.86 gears
- Rear disk brakes
- Front Dana 44 with Dana 44HD 8 lug spindles & Hubs
- RCV CV Axle Shafts
- Eaton E-Locker & 4.88 gears
- Lugnuts 4x4 Disk Brake Mounts
- GM DB7 Single Piston Calipers (even bigger than the T-Bird Calipers)
- Warn Hubs with 30 Spline 300M drive

Tires & Wheels:
- 37x12.5R17 Goodyear MTR Kevlar
- 17x9 ATX Chamber Pro Beadlocks with 4" back spacing
- Centramatic Wheel Balancers

Off Road Goodies:
- Protofab Family Cage
- Softopper Soft Top
- Wildhorse Head Banger Cage Padding
- Fourtreks Fire Extinguisher, High Lift and Flashlight Mounts
- Protofab rear bumper with tire carrier
- Bonsai Dave front Bumper
- Smittybilt x2o 12k LB winch
- Tom Woods front drive shaft
- 1 Ton High Angle Driveline rear shaft with Transfer Case Parking Brake
- Ruffstuff 9" Pinion Guard

Other:
- Completely redone interior with full ACC carpet and 200Lbs of Dynamat
- All new dash trim
- Retro Audio Head Unit
- 200 Watt Amp mounted under passenger seat
- Kenwood three way speakers in the passenger panel & two way speakers in the doors.
- Cobra CB
- Autometer Gauges (Vacuum, RPM & trans temp) mounted in a Mustang Gauge Pod on the Dash
- Corbeau Front Seats and Tahoe Third Row with 3 integrated shoulder belts
- 2.5 Gallon Bucket with ABS plastic snap on toilet seat for the three kids!

That pretty much sums it up. I am pretty close to being finished with the mods other than an E4OD transmission and Atlas Transfer Case. Most of the work from here on out will be refining the Bronco - as anyone knows, this is what takes a lifetime!

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Dang DM2, I did not know you had a heavily built 609 under the rear. Definitely cool and beefy.

Both rigs are looking so nice, and it's gonna be a hard vote this month
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Hey everyone! Today is going to be a short post. I'll get more up when I get home, but for now a little bit of what's to come...

Messing around with no shocks yet...

Out for a cruise with my buddy's 86 CJ-7


Tonight I will go over the STATS of Maggy.
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As stated before, I've owned Magnus for seven years or so. In that time I've performed daily maintenance, and a few mods. I purchased her with 67k on the clock, give or take a couple hundred miles. To date I driven her from California to Washington, and used her as my daily. As a family we have welcomed our youngest to the family, making us 5 strong, gained our family cat(Edwardo) and lost him to a FedEx driver. In that time I have foolishly dumped money into the wrong locations, and found out that I don't need beer to wrench, though it helps at times. I've rebuilt axles only to swap in the "new" ones... (wasting money). But since she has been a daily, I have only gotten her on two trails! I have always been too afraid that I would breakdown on the trail and not have enough cash to get her back into the garage. It's funny how much I have changed since high school. I went from loving broncos because how capable they are, the looks and big they are. To loving that I can fit my entire family in her and ALL the camping gear! FORD really hit the full size bronco out of the park!

To date her odometer reads: 83,924. She is an 86, so the clock only reads 5 digits...But according to the title, it truly is only 83k! The factory 302 only came with 190hp if I'm not mistaken. I can say with my bolt on headers and MSD Ignition system, I'm probably looking at an amazing 200ish? I can only imagine how amazing deathmobile2 engine must feel! Someday, many years down the line I will start working on power/drivetrain, but for now I am focused on reliability, capability and on a low budget.

Onto some pics...
My buddy came to visit me between deployments, so we headed out...


As you can see, it got dark pretty quick. For those of you who don't live in the PNW, during winter it gets dark by 4pm!




To finish it off, we stopped, got gas and beer


That's it for now. Tomorrow I will start the cross member build in anticipation for the SAS.
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Nice looking rigs guys!

There are two others right???

Month's half over!
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Some good looking Broncos, you two!
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Nice looking rigs guys!

There are two others right???

Month's half over!
Remember when these threads used to hit 35-40 pages?! That was awesome.

Kudos to @JGR and @deathmobile2 for sharing so far. I still want to see more!



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Today we tackle the front cross member I built for the leaf SAS. I knew I wanted to run the chevy 52's; they are easy to find and cheap. Cheap is the name of my game...
I bought a piece of 2x4 1/4" square metal. I also purchased front hangers from SKYMan, they are 3.5" wide and made with 1/4" metal. I made an amigo at work who lives for fab work and off-roading. He had a welder, and garage space. All I had to do was provide the parts and bring the beer. Looking back at the SAS I am willing to bet we could have had it done in two weeks, but...those IPAs hit hard!!!
Anyways, on to the pics.
Here, I took off my bumper. You can see the tabs that were welded into place to accommodate the 96 front bumper after they did the front nose swap. I cut a notch in both sides of the frame so I could slide the cross member into the "C" of the frame.


Here is the metal with the hangers welded on.

This was the original mounting location, I had planned it out and it actually worked! Later we had to make some adjustments because my plan wasn't as perfect as I thought.



Here I was showing my approach angle wasn't going to be too limited by the leaf hangers. My whole plan was to clear 37s, flex well, daily well and stay LOW.

Surprisingly, in a full weekend that was all we got done probably had nothing to do with the beer


After we got the cross member set up and installed, I drove it around like that for a while. I had some work trips that I left for, and she sat in the driveway waiting for me. Upon my arrival I had a great idea, I wanted to see what little flex I had with the TTB and when I finished the SAS I wanted to see how much it had increased...





Just messing around



One final pic for the night...
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Goooooood morning! Today is FRIDAY the day before the fifth best holiday of the year...ST. PATTY'S DAY!!!! This will be the first one in five years that I am home for it!!!
Today I have no game plan, just going to throw up some pics. So enjoy....





This one cracks me up! All the kids getting a little rest in...


These are just a glimpse of the beauty we live in...Diablo Lake, WA




I know, but they are just too nice not to share.

I think I can start to cover the rest of the SAS tomorrow, but I will leave the post with one last pic that is on topic...


Thanks for looking...
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Those pictures are beautiful.
Don't you just love our back yard in the Northwest?
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Don't you just love our back yard in the Northwest?
I sure do. The PNW is just straight amazing. One more for good measure..
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Good morning my hungover friends! I must admit, I might have gone a little too hard yesterday. My family and I went to a friends house for a bbq, we brought the cornedbeef and cabbage. It was delicious! I also brought Jameo, irish crème and Guiness. Turned into a good time. I'll get some of those pics up...



So at this bbq, a guy with a Heep challenged Maggy and I to a pose off. I won. In fact, he didn't even get on the rock! haha


So I will cover a little bit of the SAS right now...

We had just come back from a work outing, and only had a couple weeks before I had to leave again, but this time it was going to be a lot longer. We pulled Maggy into his garage and got to work.


drooping the TTB for the last time...

I didn't feel the need for the "salute" seen so much on FSB, the TTB served me quite well...

As you can see there wasn't a ton of room in the garage, but we made it work.

Cleaning up the frame, working the brake lines and a quick paint of the crossmember

Here we have the chevy 52 hung on passenger side.


This angle shows the frame being cleaned

This is a close up of the bushings we used for the shackles.

This image is inside the frame

Here is the axle in "mock" placement

I got the leafs off the rear of a blazer, and swapped the old rubber bushings for some new red poly bushings. So far they are holding up just fine, and I have no complaints.


Since we were short on time, I didn't get to do a lot of little fine details here and there. I wanted to cover the frame with hurculiner or something along those lines, but I had to settle for a little flat black. Over all though, I read and read and read so many different SAS threads on here that it all ran pretty smooth. Not to mention the leaf swap seems to be easier than others. Now that I have been driving on the leafs for four years or so, I have no idea how a coil would feel like?
Here we were trying to figure out the steering. That turned out to be the only thing I didn't plan for...the steering from the TTB wasn't going on, but I thought the steering from the 250 it came off of would work, no dice. I ended up having to buy a Reid racing knuckle for the passenger side. It was probably the most expensive single part of the SAS, which is why I haven't painted it black to match...haha

you can see my new ORANGE knuckle and high steering arm...

next, I ran into an issue with the drop pitman arm... it dropped way too much. I had to find a stock one and ream it out to accept the chevy one ton TREs.

If you look hard enough you can find the pitman arm, when cycling the steering driver side, the arm would hit the leaf. Thus I couldn't turn left at all!!!!


Well that's all I have for today. I hope it was enjoyable...
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Part of being in the competition is all about learning how to collect all the various pictures & videos and getting them published.

So, without further delay, here are some videos from over the years. I really need to take up @Quader1 on how he and his production crew are so efficient at capturing so much video!








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Nice to see some more posts!

So here she was as I rolled her back to our house...

Check out those rollers...




She sat like that for around 7 months!!! I couldn't wait to get back so I could mount the rest of the tires, and swap the rear axle.






So I had the front axle swapped, but the rear was still sitting at 8.8...Pretty humorous. And no I didn't drive it around like that

This was the first pic of her with both axles swapped in. I had to use the H1 run flats as brakes, because the driveshaft didn't have the correct yoke yet!

Here you can see the old 8.8

That about covers the SAS.

After I got her driving around I hadn't put on the front shocks yet it was like driving a boat. Every time I stopped she would dip crazy low in the front then when I would go the front felt like it was coming off the ground. HAHA I kind of miss the smooth ride.
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