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Post by Nobody » Thu Jul 14, 2005 9:33 pm

$26.50 and a $5.50 core charge :D

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Post by OCD4B2 » Fri Jul 15, 2005 12:48 am

YOUR LUCKY! Now Matt you see all of that stuff there that you got, my dad threw away all of that....... Now Im just left with the housing a axles..... You need em, FREE!
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Post by DBrown » Fri Jul 15, 2005 6:09 am

lucky is right......good find! :cool:
71 Bronco - twin sticked, full width, 2" lift, wristed arm, lots of rust...

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Post by FatMan » Thu Sep 08, 2005 8:58 pm

nice score!!! i was going to ask why but i remembered you got a new eb. man it's been a while...
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Post by Nobody » Thu Sep 08, 2005 9:00 pm

Where you been?

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Post by DBrown » Fri Sep 09, 2005 7:14 am

Where you been?

I as kinda thinkin the same thing....

what you been up to?
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Post by FatMan » Fri Sep 09, 2005 2:47 pm

i've been around just try'n to keep busy over the summer. i had my lil girl over the summer so we were doing a lot of camping, fishing and a little wheeling in the fullsize. now that she's back with her mom i have a little more time on my hands. i'll try and post up some pic's...i saw that DBrown got himself a EB congrates man. keep it it look's to be in pretty good shape. :cool:
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Post by DBrown » Fri Sep 09, 2005 3:44 pm

yeah, the BII is getting ready to be chopped into little pieces and sent out for scrap. I got some gutting to do this weekend because I sold some parts. so it's end is close.

so, have you figured out what you are going to wheel yet? I know you were kinda stuck when we talked last.......
71 Bronco - twin sticked, full width, 2" lift, wristed arm, lots of rust...

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Post by FatMan » Fri Sep 09, 2005 3:51 pm

damn dude you sound like your in the same boat as me. my hybrid is headed in the same direction. i've already sold the axles and am try'n to get rid of the rest of the drive train but that's taking forever. know im just going to pull everything and have a yard come get the rest.

plans now are mostly the same. Oct im going to buy a new bronco2 and do a solid axle swap. i've been slowly gathering parts. i have the rear 9", front LP d44 and all the steering and track bar. i just picked up some ford knuckles from a guy in oregon so the rebuild of both axles will be done shortly. i just need gears, b2. i was hoping to get 88blueb2's rig but he sold it last weekend. now im talking with B2JAY about his bronco2 it's in pretty good shape. we'll see though.
Darker than your average wheeler!!!!

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