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66-96 Ford Broncos - Early & Full Size

Shadow_D

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  1. Is there any interest in some aftermarket parts for the Full Size 87 to 91 Bronco?

    Tailgate with surface rust (last I checked, parts are in the back of my garage)

    R & L fenders some damage but I don't remember how bad

    Hood

    rear spring perch

    Driver side door new in box (Jambs were painted)

     

    I might have some other stuff as well but I have to look. My "Beast" is going to the junk yard in the next few weeks.

    If you are interested let me know... It's a 1990 FS with 351W police package. Also has a 6" suspension lift installed.

     

    Reply with any interest and make offers.

     

    Thanks

    Darrin

     

     


  2. Welcome to the zone!

     

    My first thought when reading this is the safety switch is not closing. Push on the left side near the latch as you use the key to open / close the window. If it works you will need to adjust that switch or bypass it all together.

     

     

     

    Good Luck


  3. Most Police Package Broncos use the 351W for the power plant. I'm not saying your motor isn't original to the truck but I would def check to see if the numbers match.

    I'm not sure they will. I think what might have happened was the original motor needed to be replaced and a 302 was used instead of the 351W.

     

    Like budster 95 said, get the numbers. The VIN # with a simple Google search will be able to tell you a lot about the truck.


  4. Yeah the diagram is posted thanks. If it is my pump (probably, its the original one) I sure hate to cut into my floor, but probably beats the heck out of dropping the tank, which lucky me is full...

     

     

    I did this with my Beast and my tank was also full. I used a tube and siphoned the fuel into a bunch of 5 gallon cans. After that I used hand tools to drop the tank. I suggest using something like PB Blaster or something like that, I know some people say to use other stuff but I can't remember what it is off hand.

    I suggest using hand tools because there is less of a chance of breaking anything.

    It took me a weekend to do this but I did it in the summer and in my driveway with no ramps or lifts...

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