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b2owned

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About b2owned

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    Where's My Hammer!?!
  • Birthday January 29

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  • Favorite Bronco Year?
    1986
  1. More than likely time to change Radiator. Mine went bad at 150k miles. Not difficult at all if you know what you're doing. Just make sure the guy at O'Reilly's gets the right year radiator.
  2. I need suggestions for low priced, cool add-ons/aftermarket parts for my 1986 Ford Bronco II 4x4. Currently fitted with the base trim. Pics to come
  3. check ALL of the fuses. Also check the switches connected to the headlight knob. My problem was almost the opposite of yours, the brake switch was loose, so the brake lights wouldn't come on, yet the taillights/hazard lights would come on. Check all the wires connecting the lights to the switch. The wires connected the brake switch should be good, and the ones connecting to the headlight switch should be bad. Check for connection issues. Not a terribly complicated process, but if you know a guy who can do this, let him/her handle it.
  4. Really good looking B-II! Mines red with plenty of rust! I like the paint details, but they seem kind of over-the-top.
  5. Mine doesn't have the visor, but is very patchy with rust, and a few holes in the fenders. Would love to have the visor though
  6. The pirate flag is a nice touch. Would look good sticking out the top of the mud
  7. I want to lift my 1986 Ford Bronco II 4x4 with the base trim. I don't want to overdo it, and I know that if I lift it too high, it will become much more unstable and top heavy. I need suggestions on how to combat this topheaviness, as well as low prices. Anyone who can help should! Pictures to come
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