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post #41 of 66 (permalink) Old 03-21-2018, 05:36 PM
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And now for the last group of videos from the 2015 East Coast Bronco Round Up. This was the first year that I attended after 3 years of trying to attend. I just about killed myself to get there and I know I asked way to much of my wife given that she had only given birth to our 3rd child in April.

We rolled up 3 hours North to Rausch Creek with no interior in the Bronco and a very loud exhaust. Front e-locker wasn't wired up and this was the first time this Bronco was driven off road after getting a boat load of work done to it and 100% of the suspension replaced.


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78/79s with a soft top really have a sweet spot in my heart!



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Hey all, the last two days have been pretty crazy and I would like to apologize for the lack of my posts. So today I am going to get some more pics up of Magnus.

A couple years ago my wife and I were lucky enough to close on a house, one of the stipulations to getting the keys from the bank was that we needed to work on the porch.

Here she is, putting in work, and getting the nectar she requires...


This one she is nestled into her own parking spot





Then in the middle of taking loads I found an opportunity to "flex" out




Checking out the sun set





I GOT A TREE!!!



In this pic, you can see I wasn't too sure what color I wanted my rims to be, passenger side blue. driver side white/red.






I decided on red...




And that brings us to her current state. I did buy her some new shoes, the Cooper Discoverer Pros in a 37x12.5x17. I am a huge fan, and at only 300 per tire, I was able to get 5!!!



I'll get some new pics and vids up this weekend
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Poser time. This was in a local VW dealershipís overflow lot. After messing around for 15 mins, two passats came to scare me away.






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Well you certainly canít win if you donít play so thank you two for carrying the load . We have less than a week left so keep the posts coming !!!!!
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Good afternoon ALL!!! So today and yesterday I did some tinkering around with Maggy. The rear pinon seal is throwing up some gear oil all over my exhaust, which smells exceptional... but, it's pretty darn annoying. So I pulled out the drive shaft and checked the nut, darn thing backed out 3 full turns!!! That would explain the leak. So I tightened it up and took her out for some miles...



Pulled into the driveway safely.


Today the wife and I wanted to get some nice pictures in the sun, so we did a mini photo shoot.







Those are just a few for the day. I'll finish uploading them onto my third party hosting site tonight to get them and the video up tomorrow...
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Hello my friends!!!!

This weekend I found a little hole and small climb to get some newer pics. They might be out of order, but you get the jist...my solid favorite thing you'll notice is that when I wash my truck I can't get the top!!! I hope you enjoy....




















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Interior Work

My Bronco's interior, while 95% complete, was completely worn out. So, we fixed that.

At some point someone put some kind of undercoating under the carpet and it caused the everything to stick all over the floor.

2013-05-25 13.24.35 by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr

2013-05-25 13.24.29 by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr

My lack of familiarity with Broncos led me to believe that this cardboard and the runners under it was some kind of ghetto hack to smooth out the floor. Later learned this was a factory piece.

2013-05-25 14.09.35 by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr

2013-05-25 13.28.02 by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr

2013-05-25 14.24.22 by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr

Bought a set of Taurus seats off of eBay and a Tahoe Third Row off of Craigslist and set them in to check things out.

2013-05-25 15.43.52 by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr

Then we started planning to move and all this went on the shelf for over a year.......then I started working on the seats as I had thrown away the ghetto seats that came with it and had bought and sold a set of 79 captains chairs, that while cool, were not that comfortable.

The Taurus seats were full of electronics, so I had to purchase a factory wiring manual. Goal was to power up the adjustment & heating functions.

Seats in progress by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr

Well, I guess I didn't do a good job of sorting out the wiring. During troubleshooting, I put power to the airbag and this happened.

IMG_20141101_151940 by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr

IMG_20141107_165739 by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr

So, the only reasonable thing to do was throw them away and place an order with Corbeau. In hind sight, I should have bought suspension seats with 5 point harnesses, but who knew?!?!?

IMG_20141107_165852 by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr

A 78/79 specific part off the shelf? Yes!

IMG_20141107_165817 by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr

IMG_20141107_165801 by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr

IMG_20141107_165925 by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr

Heated seats! Still not fully hooked up :(

IMG_20141128_143235 by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr

Seat bracket thanks to @Swamp - had it powder coated and it looks awesome.

IMG_20141128_143244 by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr

Then we started on the back seat. With three kids, I needed three seat belts and I wanted all of them to be shoulder. So after research, I found the 2012 and up Tahoes had what I wanted in their third row. Picked a never used one up for $150 of craigslist and the seat brackets up off of ebay.

IMG_20141116_161333 by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr

Used some 1/4" plate and the factory holes to transfer the front mounts as there is a cross member underneath that I didn't want to hack into.

IMG_20141116_160636 by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr

All of the mounts in place.

IMG_20141116_160626 by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr

Installed the cage at this time as well since we needed to get everything lined up correctly.

IMG_00000192 by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr

Seats and cage installed.

IMG_20141116_161846 by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr

IMG_00000212 by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr

Then it was on to dynamat & carpet, but that took a whole other year to get to.

IMG_20160221_162440 by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr

IMG_20160312_130118 by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr





Laid some additional primary wiring in from the fuse panels to the rear of the BKO for future power requirements (ARB cooler, etc).


Finally got a nice sunny day and let the carpet bake in the sun for the day. Then laid it in and started getting a feel for how it would fit. I will start popping through everything over the next couple of days and then put the cage back in.











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It's hard to win if you don't play the game!

Anyway, @JGR and @deathmobile2 have done an awesome job carrying the weight for what should have been five Broncos. You guys have truly awesome rigs, and the work you have done is downright impressive! My vote is in! Looks like a good close contest, so may the best Bronco win!

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My Bronco's interior, while 95% complete, was completely worn out. So, we fixed that.

At some point someone put some kind of undercoating under the carpet and it caused the everything to stick all over the floor.

2013-05-25 13.24.35 by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr

2013-05-25 13.24.29 by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr

My lack of familiarity with Broncos led me to believe that this cardboard and the runners under it was some kind of ghetto hack to smooth out the floor. Later learned this was a factory piece.

2013-05-25 14.09.35 by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr

2013-05-25 13.28.02 by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr

2013-05-25 14.24.22 by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr

Bought a set of Taurus seats off of eBay and a Tahoe Third Row off of Craigslist and set them in to check things out.

2013-05-25 15.43.52 by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr

Then we started planning to move and all this went on the shelf for over a year.......then I started working on the seats as I had thrown away the ghetto seats that came with it and had bought and sold a set of 79 captains chairs, that while cool, were not that comfortable.

The Taurus seats were full of electronics, so I had to purchase a factory wiring manual. Goal was to power up the adjustment & heating functions.

Seats in progress by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr

Well, I guess I didn't do a good job of sorting out the wiring. During troubleshooting, I put power to the airbag and this happened.

IMG_20141101_151940 by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr

IMG_20141107_165739 by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr

So, the only reasonable thing to do was throw them away and place an order with Corbeau. In hind sight, I should have bought suspension seats with 5 point harnesses, but who knew?!?!?

IMG_20141107_165852 by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr

A 78/79 specific part off the shelf? Yes!

IMG_20141107_165817 by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr

IMG_20141107_165801 by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr

IMG_20141107_165925 by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr

Heated seats! Still not fully hooked up :(

IMG_20141128_143235 by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr

Seat bracket thanks to @Swamp - had it powder coated and it looks awesome.

IMG_20141128_143244 by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr

Then we started on the back seat. With three kids, I needed three seat belts and I wanted all of them to be shoulder. So after research, I found the 2012 and up Tahoes had what I wanted in their third row. Picked a never used one up for $150 of craigslist and the seat brackets up off of ebay.

IMG_20141116_161333 by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr

Used some 1/4" plate and the factory holes to transfer the front mounts as there is a cross member underneath that I didn't want to hack into.

IMG_20141116_160636 by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr

All of the mounts in place.

IMG_20141116_160626 by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr

Installed the cage at this time as well since we needed to get everything lined up correctly.

IMG_00000192 by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr

Seats and cage installed.

IMG_20141116_161846 by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr

IMG_00000212 by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr

Then it was on to dynamat & carpet, but that took a whole other year to get to.

IMG_20160221_162440 by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr

IMG_20160312_130118 by Rich Fredricks, on Flickr





Laid some additional primary wiring in from the fuse panels to the rear of the BKO for future power requirements (ARB cooler, etc).


Finally got a nice sunny day and let the carpet bake in the sun for the day. Then laid it in and started getting a feel for how it would fit. I will start popping through everything over the next couple of days and then put the cage back in.










I have to say, I know it's just been the two of us competing and I do love my Maggy...but DAMN your bronco sure is beautiful!!! I'm not sure who to vote for
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@deathmobile2 That interior work is amazing, and is what I always wanted to do with my '81. Awesome work. The airbag, however... Ugh, I can't even imagine!


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Just a few days left, this is freakin awesome. you guys have battled from the get go. Keep it up, im certainly enjoying the ride!
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So, in Fall of 2015 I decided to change out the distributor as preventative maintenance. I purchased one off of Rock Auto and did not compare old with new. Turns out something wasn't right and the distributor took out the cam shaft gear. The engine was a reman of unknown origin and miles, but ran really well and did not smoke.

That said, I decided to swap in a new engine from Carolina Machine Engines. It is .040" over, 9.5:1 CR, Double Roller Timing Set Straight Up, Comp Cams 255DEH (diesel like grunt) and some head work. I added a Performance Distributor curved for the engine build, dual plane intake and FiTech fuel injection. I stayed with the stock exhaust as all reports say it flows fine up to 4500-5000 RPM which is the max this motor ever sees since I do not like to beat on it and the camshaft drops off at this point as well.

I have had this engine in now for almost two years and it has great off the line power. I am running 4.88 gears and 37" MTR's. 0-60 is very strong. It cruises at 60, above that the tires are just too loud, the suspension is a bit soft and the RPM's are too high (3K) for the ride to be enjoyable. I find myself avoiding the interstate as cars cruise at 70-75 and its just not fun getting passed and trying to keep up. A set of 37" AT's for street use and an overdrive tranny are in the future....

So, without further delay, here is my engine swap.

Performance Long Block from CME


Timing Straight Up with Double Roller Chain


Beehive Valve Springs


Port work on exhaust side in the bowl area


Valve Covers - All powder coating done by ASCO in Manassas, VA


Oil Pan


Intake


Air Cleaner Components in Anodized Silver Powder


Water Neck


Pulleys & Brackets


Long block will be buttoned up this week - just waiting on shipment from Summit today with the new oil pump pick up. Here is how it is sitting now with the old chrome valve covers. I will put the powder coated ones on once in the BKO, don't want to scratch them up!

CME machines all surfaces, so nice clean intake port mating surface!


A little copper sealer for the intake manifold!


Intake manifold installed with ARP stainless fasteners!


Aeroflow aluminum timing cover (from Australia) and EWP high volume water pump installed!


Oil pan installed with ARP pan bolts. Melling standard volume pump & reused original pickup. Melling makes a new pickup available through all the parts houses, but it is for 80-82 351M/400 4x4 that has a slightly different oil pan. That pick up is too long for the 78/79 pan, so I reused the one that came out of the current engine. My engine builder and Performance Distributors both were strongly against high volume pumps.



Next door neighbor asked what I was cooking and then I lifted the lid to the grill and it was an exhaust manifold! 2 hours at 400 degrees needed to cure the POR15 high heat paint. I had been saving this old grill for some time just for this mission. Now its down by the curb!



The block color is a bit off from the powder coated sheet metal and intake, but it will look fine in the engine bay.



Front clip off - it really was super easy to remove and will make swapping the engine easy and give me a great chance to steam clean the frame and throw a coat of frame paint on it.



Powerwashed the frame and started to lay down Rustoleum Satin.





Also, as an FYI, I purchased these clips from Eastwood to hold the various wiring components in place. They are barbed, so they will fit just like the OEM wire loom clips, but these can be opened back up much easier.



The engine is in and the front clip is back in position!!! Now its time to button everything up!!!

Cleaned up the firewall and sprayed it with a fresh coat of satin black.



Two main issues on the install. First was the first crane I rented was a bit short and I had to go to another rental place. Second issue was that we had the motor mounts on the wrong sides. After we sorted that, we carefully worked the engine in. Lots of tense times trying to to scratch everything up. A few minor blemishes on the powder and a couple of spots on the frame, but overall a clean install. I touched up the painted spots and the one spot of the valve cover wont be much of an issue.










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I ran the stock 2 barrel for break in and the first year before moving to EFI.

Started taking inventory of the FiTech install after some cleaning and organizing.

Pretty excited that the factory air cleaner housing will fit without any clearance issues. Almost as if it was designed for this throttle body.







A little test fitting to make sure it fits where I want it.

Kids playdo comes in handy. At least a couple inches of clearance.





Had to order a 1/2-20 to AN male fitting to connect the factory fuel pump to the FCC.

Mounted the FCC, installed an AN fitting in the fuel pump and ran the low pressure line.

I need some additional fittings and hose to complete the run to the throttle body.







Fancy ARP carb studs installed.

EGR plate on.



Phenolic spacer on - needed to clear EGR valve with the added benefit of cutting down on heat.

NOTE: I wound up switching all this up and went with a simple EGR delete spacer from Edelbrock as I suspected that the multi-spacer set up was causing an off idle flat spot.



Throttle body dropped on.



Everything fits nicely, so off it will all come and get a coat of paint to match the intake.

Made up all the fuel lines in PTFE stainless - no gas vapors or ethanol issues with this stuff.

AN fitting off the stock pump up to a FST fuel filter/water separator. Then over to the FCC. FCC to another filter and then the throttle body.







Dialing the wiring and started looming.

Ordered more small parts and such from summit.



FiTech EFI done and running smooth.



Pretty much started right up without issue.

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Here is my best impersonation of the guy that does the ICON videos.....





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Today has been one hell of a day. I started out feeling pretty stoked to get one of my final posts up, then I found out one of my very dear friends passed away in his sleep last night. I left work early and have been doing anything I can to keep it together. So without further ado...


I decided to take advantage of the ocean...









That does it for right now, I have a video I am trying to get figured out...Thanks to all that voted and I hope I kept you entertained!!!
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I can see why the current votes are tied.......

Still waiting to cast my vote. Although if it's tied going in to the final minutes, it may stay that way because this is a great run by both. . Hard to make a solid decision!

Kudos to both @JGR & @deathmobile2 for a fanatic month!
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Last day of the FOTM competition. Hats off to JGR for a good run. I really like the late model Bronco on tons - its the best of both worlds.

That said, I decided to give you guys a glimpse into how I use the Bronco most days - mainly as a nice weather, weekend toy to menace my DC metro area brethren!




Thanks for those that voted for me and I hope everyone has a happy & blessed Easter!

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Weird it won't let me vote, says it's close already

Vote here for your Hot Next Door Bronco

https://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum...vote-here.html
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