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I was just getting ready to order all the current catalogs but LMC is only offering Bronco '78-'79 and F100, F150, F250.
The last LMC I have is summer '14. Are they not providing new catalogs for newer Bronco's anymore or are they just getting ready to put the new one out so they pulled the ability to order the cat. from the site?

*edit to add: The NPD link in O.P. is bad. Here's the current National Parts Depot '66-'96 Bronco Catalog order page

**more edits: Geez! I figured out that LMC does have the catalog; the link by O.P. is wrong. This is not making it easy for a noob. Most of the O.P. links are hinky- they don't go to the right catalog set for this thread, have security issues, or the catalog is not available anymore (or isn't free).

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yo Dixie,
The hot links for those companies catalog often change due to edition changes; Mels and others don't have the capability to develop a program to ID bad URLs and switch them to the latest URLs; doing it manually is a bear.
Thanks for letting us know!

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good info thanks!! I have a full set of mechanic's manuals, (the real ones from Ford), body, electrical, chassis, motor.... for 78, 79 models....I have a 91 now and don't need them anymore. Paid $75 for them a few years back.
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When you get to the required 75 posts, then you can list them for sale; (admin frowns on "padding" posts).
http://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/...splay.php?f=14

Nice to see you saved these manuals! Because Ford's official Publisher, HELM Inc. does not list them as available.
http://www.helminc.com/helm/Result.a...ected%5Fmedia=

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Thanks. I'm getting ready to restore a 1994 XLT Bronco and was wondering where the best sites were to buy parts. I'm familiar with LMC and Bronco Graveyard but the rest are new to me. Am interested in feedback on LMC sheet metal parts. Is the fitup pretty good? Thanks.
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Too bad some of these places are no longer around!
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Online:
Carburetion Catalog; Choke Thermostat Illustrations, Carburetor # To Kit Interchange, Float Illustrations, Needle & Seat Assemblies, etc.
Fuel & Emission; Secondary Air Diverter/ Bypass Valves, Check Valves, Cross-over Tubes, Canister Purge Valves, Connectors; Electrical, Fuel Injector
EGR Valves
Idle Air Control
Throttle Air Bypass Valves
Throttle Air Bypass Spacer Plate
Idle Air Control
Positive Crankcase Ventilation Valves
Tool & Carbon Removal Brushes
Klean Screen, EGR Valve # to Klean Screen Gasket # Interchange, etc. ASSOCIATED MIL CODES: 31, 32, 33 & 332
Sensors, MAP, KNOCK, EVP, etc.
Oxygen Sensors
Fuel Injection, Injectors, kits, etc.

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Rubber parts and they offer free shipping. Cheaper than steel rubber products.
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Thanks for putting this list together, and adding to it too. Just came home with our 2nd FSB, a '95 XLT, to be used by our just turned 16yr.old. It has some issues that need attention, such as a bit of loose steering, possible ball joints, tie rods, etc., and like our previous OJ mobile, it's a little wet inside, possible leaky seal between top and body, or previous window issues, or ?

I'll search through this list, and check out the various vendors, but if any of you experienced owners could direct me towards those that you've used and trust, I'd greatly appreciate it. If you have any suggestions on possible points of leaks, either from the top, or maybe even below, plus suggestions on any YouTube videos on the proper way to replace the top's gasket/seal or any tricks of the trade, that might otherwise be overlooked, again, I'd appreciate your help. I've had two FJ 40's too, so I know it's more than a one person, one day job, to do it right.

Oh and hey, how about any leads on or suggestions on

Carpet/headliner
Replacement seat belts
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Replacement face plates for ashtray to power point conversion
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I was just getting ready to order all the current catalogs but LMC is only offering Bronco '78-'79 and F100, F150, F250.
The last LMC I have is summer '14. Are they not providing new catalogs for newer Bronco's anymore or are they just getting ready to put the new one out so they pulled the ability to order the cat. from the site?

*edit to add: The NPD link in O.P. is bad. Here's the current National Parts Depot '66-'96 Bronco Catalog order page

**more edits: Geez! I figured out that LMC does have the catalog; the link by O.P. is wrong. This is not making it easy for a noob. Most of the O.P. links are hinky- they don't go to the right catalog set for this thread, have security issues, or the catalog is not available anymore (or isn't free).
http://www.lmctruck.com/ford/....THEY HAVE EARLY AND LATE BIG BRONCO PARTS GOOD SELECTION
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