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Hey man, I just seen that on kijiji, thought about picking it up too. $1800 or did yea get him down a bit?

Oh and hi from Red Deer/calgary
were you at in red deer?... im up in kentwood lol thats were that picture is lol and yeah i got him down on his price but didnt expect that kinda shit lol ...live and learn if they look like crack head framers they probably are LOL
 

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Starter Bolts, Stainless Steel, Polished, 12-Point, Full Size Starter, Ford, 289, 302, 351W, Pair
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Manufacturer's Part Number 450-3501
Part Type Starter Bolts
Product Line ARP Starter Bolt Kits
Summit Racing Part Number ARP-450-3501

Starter Style Ford 2-bolt
Fastener Head Style 12-point
Fastener Material ARP 300
Fastener Finish Polished
Underhead Length (in) 1.500 in.

Application Specific Part: Check Application
Estimated Ship Date: Today $9.95

Best $10 you can spend right there.............
 

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were you at in red deer?... im up in kentwood lol thats were that picture is lol and yeah i got him down on his price but didnt expect that kinda shit lol ...live and learn if they look like crack head framers they probably are LOL
My house is in Johnstone Park. Well hell, when we fixing that starter bud?

Oh and...you really haven't seen my truck rippin around town??





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yo,
Starter Bolts, Stainless Steel, Polished, 12-Point, Full Size Starter, Ford, 289, 302, 351W, Pair
ARP
Manufacturer's Part Number 450-3501
Part Type Starter Bolts
Product Line ARP Starter Bolt Kits
Summit Racing Part Number ARP-450-3501

Starter Style Ford 2-bolt
Fastener Head Style 12-point
Fastener Material ARP 300
Fastener Finish Polished
Underhead Length (in) 1.500 in.

Application Specific Part: Check Application
Estimated Ship Date: Today $9.95
i cannot beleive that i accualy missed that before :doh0715:smoke aonther one dumb a$$:doh0715:
hah i got some bolts that will do just fine :) thanks for posting this even if i had to read it 2 times to see it
 

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yo, yw
Sorry I had to rush getting the post in due to Comcast conn probs, again.
also;
Installation

1. Position solenoid to housing, ensuring that the solenoid plunger is attached through the drive lever. Bottom solenoid terminal (M) should have a metal strip attached to it. Tighten solenoid bolts to 5-10 N-m (45-89 in-lb).
2. Attach motor connector to solenoid (bottom terminal). Tighten nut to 9-14 N-m (80-124 in-lb).
3. Position starter motor to engine and install upper and lower bolts finger-tight.
4. Tighten upper and lower bolts to 20-27 N-m (15-20 ft-lb).
5. Be sure that solenoid heat shield (5.8L engine) is properly positioned over solenoid. Connect starter solenoid connector. Be careful to push straight on and make sure connector locks in position with a noticeable click or detent.
6. Install starter cable nut to starter terminal. Tighten to 9-14 N-m (80-124 in-lb).
7. Replace solenoid safety cap.
by Steve83 (Steve, That dirty old truck) at SuperMotors.net

Installation in a 96
Source: by MikeW (Mike W, BroncoNut) at FSB
There will be two bolts holding it on, the upper bolt will have a 1/2" head and the lower bolt will have a 9/16" head.

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Dorman [Starter Mounting Bolt] Ford; 3/8"-16 x 1-9/16"; 1 Per Package pn 677116
 

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My house is in Johnstone Park. Well hell, when we fixing that starter bud?

Oh and...you really haven't seen my truck rippin around town??





Man you gotta join us locals...

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Thats a sharp front winch bumper you're sporting. Whered you get it ?
 

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Fixed Starter had to drill top hole biger and tap it, gave the broken bolt a smack with hammer to free it up and it threaded out nice wasnt even finger tight.
i have another question but dont wanna start another thread so mabe some one will see this...
this bronco came with the lift kit and didnt come with extended radius arms and the 12.5wide tires rub them
, is it worth the 600.00$ from JBG to get them or would it be the same price to just swap in the 79 f150 axel i already have with cage offroad arms?(cage site changed cant find price)
also i would like to remove rear blocks ... would it be beter to use shackel flip or just 6" lift springs
 
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