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About Skitter302

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  1. Skitter302

    What Did you Do With Your Bronco Today???

    I've never used a Teflon lube in the window guides, my dad taught me to use graphite. Next on my list is the chrome and headlight haze. For now I spent the time getting 99% of the hard water stains off the paint. Here is a Before: And here is After: Took it to a parking lot get-together and cruise. Only the guys who were older really knew the importance of the Centurion Badging, this is one vehicle that has to be explained to the younger generation (my generation). Met with a guy that had a Supercharged lightning and he really liked that it was in black. If I had a gray interior it would be tempting to have a custom made Nite stripe apply'd XD
  2. Skitter302

    What Did you Do With Your Bronco Today???

    Been cleaning some things up. And took the time to swap out the ugly taillights with the old ones off my '91 Bronco Old: New:
  3. Skitter302

    What Did you Do With Your Bronco Today???

    name is on the title
  4. Skitter302

    What Did you Do With Your Bronco Today???

    Engine: 460 Mid-legnth exhaust headders, cat delete, dual exhaust w/ no cross over, and glass packs. Transmission: E4OD T-case: 1356 4:10 gears Dana 60 Front Axle Dana 70 Rear Axle
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    89 4 Door

    It was a bit of a process but it was worth it. I found an ad on craigslist for a 1989 Centurion Classic. Over the years I have seen these a few of these on ebay, some on craigslist on the east side, but mainly I read about the 4 Door Bronco in the archive sections of forums. When I saw this one listed and saw that it was in my price range I had to take a look and try my best to bring it home. It was 2.5 hours away from my house and I had to wait to see it because of my schedule, or the seller's schedule. After talking to the seller I found out that the Bronco had been sitting for a few years in the back of their yard but it was started and moved about once every other week. That was helpful information and allowed me to I pack a few extras for the trip. Owning nothing but Fords it was easy to find some extra parts... My buddy from Highschool likes taking road trips and he had the day off the same Tuesday I did. I didn't ask him to take the day off it just work'd out that way. After looking things over and taking the Bronco for a test drive I pulled the trigger. My Highschool friend and seller of the Bronco were worried about the cracks in the sidewall of the tires so I put the ugly stock highway tires from project Betty and drove the 2.5 hours back home. The road trip back was fun, part of the gear we took was some GMRS radios. They are kinda like amateur radios but use different frequencies in the FCC band plan. I had a 15watt radio with a mag mount antenna and my buddy had a 5 watt radio using the same mag mount antenna Midland includes in the box. Both worked perfect for highway cruising and made riding in different vehicles way fun. I like using GMRS radios because the antennas are ~4" tall compared to tall CB antennas. After arriving back in the valley at midnight we unloaded the extra tires that came in the Purchase and crashed for the night. This past week had been crazy. It's car show week and I like taking the Crew Cab F-350 out but in between shows and cleaning sessions on the truck, I drove the 4 Door as much as I could. Even snapped a few pic's. After the Show and shine event on Saturday I had some light left in the day to clean up the 35"s and see how bad they are. I think that for around town they'll be just fine. My dad introduced me to a volunteer firefighter here in the valley who is also a Bronco enthusiast and we stopped by his house. We took a look at the paint and it should clean up quite well. Definitely many adventures to be had with this special Bronco.
  6. Skitter302

    What Did you Do With Your Bronco Today???

    Can't see whats in the link
  7. ^ That was my first suggestion.
  8. Skitter302

    electric waterpump vs. centifugal waterpump

    Sounds like you need one of these https://www.summitracing.com/parts/MRG-4364/
  9. Skitter302

    What Did you Do With Your Bronco Today???

    I thought so After I started looking at all the C-350s on Youtube and Google. Seller wants $4000 and it'll need another $500-$1000 once i get it home. Sounds like a good deal? or do I need to talk the seller down?
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    What Did you Do With Your Bronco Today???

    thinking vary seriously about getting this do all c-350's have SAS?
  11. Skitter302

    electric waterpump vs. centifugal waterpump

    I haven't tested all the water pump types but a stock water pump will do fine when coupled with a good 2 or 3 core radiator. You could also use a hi-flow belt driven pump (25-35% more flow then stock) with a 2 core radiator. You'll only need a electric pump if your really racing the Bronco and keeping it in the upper RPMs for the majority of your drive. A large benefit is to ditch the factory style cooling fan and install 2 quality electric fans with electric fan shroud.
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    led lighting

    I havn't had much luck with cheap LED lights for Headlights or Fogs, I would avoid the LEDs featured on Amazon and ebay. I have either stuck to the stock style bulb or HIDs are a good option. For housing options you might want to check out http://outlawleds.com/headlight-builds/ford/
  13. Skitter302

    87-92? AC Orifice Tube Replacement - How to

    Looking to convery my system to the 134a stuff, what is the new Orifice size I should buy? At NAPA I see the red one on the shelf and Red is also the color included in the photo. Is that indeed the correct part that I need to buy?
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    Ford Bronco Concepts

    Bronco and Bronco II, just like the good ol days. I like that idea.