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Finally putting some work into my bronco.
Starting with fixes to leaks.
Planned on water pump, radiator, thermostat housing, thermostat, vacuum hoses, 240 amp mechman alt, new battery cables all 1/0, electric fan and heavy duty headlight hardness.


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1 day in and now gotta order more parts havenít even started putting anything in. Found out PO patched the timing cover with bondo or something.


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We just got ours running again after 3 years. We were good until she went underwater in the flood and had to basically restart over. When we did the "cooling system" EVERYTHING started leaking or popped once it got under pressure.
The thermostat housing started leaking and needed to be sandblasted and the manifold tapped for new screws, then we flushed the radiator and all of the rust holding back the leaks cut loose so it was a new radiator, then the oil cooler started leaking, ect, ect. So we pulled all
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We just got ours running again after 3 years. We were good until she went underwater in the flood and had to basically restart over. When we did the "cooling system" EVERYTHING started leaking or popped once it got under pressure.

The thermostat housing started leaking and needed to be sandblasted and the manifold tapped for new screws, then we flushed the radiator and all of the rust holding back the leaks cut loose so it was a new radiator, then the oil cooler started leaking, ect, ect. So we pulled all


Whew thatís rough. Iím glad to here youíre back on the road.

Any advice on a replacement timing cover? Dormanís the only option Iíve found so far.


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