Rick, are you asking how to tie into the kick panel? It should have a "ledge" that is made to attach the floor pan to. However it probably rusted away with the rest of the floor pan! If so you need to remake the ledge and attach it to the kick panel first. I had to do this on both sides of mine.Hey Gary if you get a second take a look at my thread and look at the big gaping hole in the floorboard. How would you run that patch up to the kick panel. I'm kinda stumped.
The angle grinder is your friend. It takes a steady hand to keep your lines straight but if you use your body or a fixed object to steady it, that helps a lot.Was back cutting out the rust today. I used the grinder today with a cut off wheel on it. Um, why didn't I do this the first time. Much quicker!
And since the Wife poured grease down the kitchen sink drain last night I had more important things to fix than take an after pic. Stay tuned more to come.
No doubt this thing was headed for the scrapper or a grave. People overthere are known for burrying vehicles like this.I love seeing any assumed to be scrap vehicle saved and brought back to something beautiful! Even more so when its a bronco! excellent work on bko
I got it out and was like WTF that ain't gonna work. I'll keep that MC issue in mind Cody thanks.I feel your pain as I went through the same issue with the brake assembly on mine.
One suggestion is not to buy a rebuilt master cylinder, just get a new one from Napa, that rebuilt one cause me to have soft brakes and it was ticking me off. I put that new cylinder on and it was night and day! Now the bronco can lock up the 35" with no issue!!!
Uh yeah, I hit this thing with the vaccum again yesterday and created a few more holes for myself to fill :banghead:cry. Need to get that welder I've been eyeballing.Rick,
What was wrong with the passenger floor pan you got? You looking for one that goes futrther back???
Funny it is, ups guy and I know each other by 1st names. Got a good welder, lets see what I can do w/ it.Jealous!!! I want a real welder, dammit! Haha
That's a great looking pile there, Rick. Funny how we can actually get happy looking at a few bits of formed metal laying in the yard, huh?