im getting ready to replace all the tie rod ends and drag link on my 83. will it be easier to replace them one at a time, or should i drop it all as a whole and put the new in as a whole? or does it really even matter?
I think you should be ok to drop it all. Just remember to measure your tires after your done and lock your steering wheel in at the straight ahead position. I've heard it is better to be slightly toed in from some and parrallel from others. I think I set my tires slightly toed in right now, so when I am driving the speed limit the tires toe out slightly.
I just purchased a nice 86 5.0 Eddie Bauer, the Odometer says 23k and im assuming its on its second trip around, so 123k miles. Everything else is too original and in too good of shape to be 223k miles. I am currently doing a little piddle work to it, making stuff work again like window...
Got a really bad radiator coolant leak. My upper and lower tubes don’t seem to be leaking at all. My radiator itself is not leaking. I’m losing a good amount every time I drive.
I have attached a video link to show y’all. Any help is Needed/appreciated.
96 bronco XL
So I finally clear some time to try and get this engine dropped in the Bronco. Putting everything back together and I get to the motor mounts I pulled off two different engines.
They are rough. Rubber isn't totally trashed, but they are worn and definitely tired. Can't be hard right?
So I have an 89 bronco with a 5.0. We just started having trouble with it in the beginning of the year and can’t seem to figure it all out. It started to stall on me when I would turn it on some days and other days it would work fine then out of nowhere it would stall while I’m driving so we...