Great fab work!
Ha ha, when I first read this, I thought you ment that all that stuff worked after the jump start. I thought "man, that's weird". After reading further down I see you mean everything else worked for the weekend.So a few weeks back I went camping and the bronco had a power serge on the way their. It just cut out rolling down the highway and smoke came rolling out from under the dash. And when this happened it had blew all the light on the bronco except the new LEDs. Also I found the heater fan stopped working along with the windshield wiper,power seat adjustment and my amp . After it sat for a few minute it started with a jump,and I had no problems the rest of the weekend. It was the strangest thing? That's what I have been messing with the last few weeks.:banghead
I still don't no how it happened or why it happened. After we got it started drove it to Walmart and bought new headlights and brake lights, and had no problems the rest of the weekend. I had to replace ever light on the bronco including the dash and interior lights. I don't want it to happen to the wife when she is driving it.Ha ha, when I first read this, I thought you ment that all that stuff worked after the jump start. I thought "man, that's weird". After reading further down I see you mean everything else worked for the weekend.
I'm not an expert, but I think high voltage will not blow a fuse. (Only high amps) so that would make a faulty regulator likely. But maybe the Hella's were drawing ground through that other stuff.The weird thing is none of the fuses blew just tyhe lights and a few of the switches. Right before I left for the trip I installed a old set of hella head lights, I'm thinging that they where the couplet.
Thanks Rich, Yes I still need to cut those little slots. That would be a good ideal for a rat rod.I like the console. I would have had to put the little slots for a coffee mug.
I just scanned the door repair. At first I thought you were going to make a mirror mount out of welded chain. LOL.
Deez Thanks, I have never used the monstaliner just cheap liner. I just see what you need to use for clean up and use that as the reducer. I don't know if it right but I have been doing it for years like that.Some great stuff in here bud. I've never heard of anyone putting play sand in bed liner and reducing it but that sure seems like it would work. I'm about to order some roll on bed liner to do the body and bumpers on my rig. I might give this a go.
I'm going to try monstaliner.
Great thread I'll be sure to check back in.
Thanks, Yes it's 2" sq. tube and 1/8" wall the gussets are 1/4" same as the bumper.nice work on the bumper, it looks stout! what tubing is the swingarm? 2" sq? wall thickness?
hahaa dig the flannel shirt...
It's my temporary solution, The wife said what the F that's my shirt.:histerica Brandon, the head liner looks good but it's a little busy for me.I also like the flannel shirt. you should do the head linear too if that truck has one. The 78/79 ones are way easy to do too.
Just for what it could look like I did my 92 http://s1172.photobucket.com/user/CrazyBRONCOguy/media/1992 Bronco Interior/headliner1_zps545105bc.jpg.html
I could see the pockets being handy on the lid.