Ha yea we do, where im at in Vancouver 1.25 a liter right now. Ill fill my truck with premium tonight for about 110 bucks then im goin wheeling tomorrow to burn it all off, pics to follow haha
back when I had a mustang, I used 2 poncho liners. sometimes I used U-Haul packing blankets/pads.Ran through the car wash and then took it home and polished it up before parking it for winter. I need to get a cover to keep the dust off of it. Anybody have any suggestions?
Have you read this:Here's a pic of my first attempt at welding in some metal to patch the rust spots...
Oh, nevermind, apparently I don't have permission to upload a photo.
Hmmm. I'm beginning to second guess my membership here, just when I was about to go for the paid subscription too. What's with all the restrictions guys?
So I have a 1895 4x4 302ci automatic overdrive with cruise control. I'm tired of my 0 to 60 time of 18 seconds. Is there a better transmission that will make me go faster?
Explanation from thread in Site Suggestions/Help area: http://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/19-suggestions-feedback-site-help/390362-posting.htmlHmmm. I'm beginning to second guess my membership here, just when I was about to go for the paid subscription too. What's with all the restrictions guys?
Explanation from thread in Site Suggestions/Help area: http://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/19-suggestions-feedback-site-help/390362-posting.html
A access panel would be great for your problem.getting the gas tank off my Bronco to replace the pump and sender.
Bolts holding the skid plate are brown and haven't been looked at since they were put on at the factory.
Breaker bar with socket, no luck.
Sprayed with PB Blaster and let sit for awhile, no luck.
Go out and buy a air impact set( Kobalt set from Lowe's for $80), rounded off first bolt.
Sprayed more PB BLaster, on bolts and nut side, let sit for awhile.
Get one nut off about 5 hours later with impact tool. Had to stop and begin cleanup to go out with family.
Back to it this morning. Hopefully, it'll go easier this morning.
A access panel would be great for your problem.
not if you paint and seal it afterwards.No. That's just one more spot to allow rust and water the enter into the cabin.
I'm doing this as a one time thing. I bought a Delphi pump to replace the OEM one instead of spending the $300 on the new pump. If that one fails, then I'll spend the $300 and do it again with all FORD parts instead. I replaced the sender unit with the OEM ford part.
Now, I have to get my clutch refilled. I've had a slow leak forever and know I need to replace it but I just haven't had the time or work space to do it in. It's set for so long that, I guess, all the fluid has drained out of it.