My '89 BII

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New2BII
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My '89 BII

Postby New2BII » Sun Oct 29, 2006 9:15 pm

Well here it is.... what do you think?
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Dont rag on the flex... it flexes a lot more than that, thats just as far as I could get in 2wd without airing the tires down
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If you have extra parts and bolts left over... Doesnt that just mean you were more innovative that time around???

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84_4x4
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Postby 84_4x4 » Sun Oct 29, 2006 9:39 pm

nice pics what size tire you running and does it have any kinda lift on it and also gotta love the thing above the winshield cant think of its name
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New2BII
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Postby New2BII » Mon Oct 30, 2006 11:00 am

Didnt even think to put any specs... lol. It's got 7" of total lift running 33x12.5 and the thing above the windshield is a moonvisor (has running lights, thats the difference between a moonvisor and sun visor) its got a warn combo brush guard and a joke of a winch (until I have the extra money for a good one) everything else is pretty much stock. I'm planning on doing a Dana 35 swap in the future I've heard everything just bolts in all you have to deal with is the driveline. I dont know much about bronco's yet this is my first one and first Ford for that matter and other than the oil leak, power steering pump leak, non-working heater, missing headliner, no radio and overheating its a pretty cool rig. LOL! oh yeah and the fact it doesnt want to run right now... I almost forgot! Anywho... I'll post some better pictures soon hope you guys like, I think its pretty cool
If you have extra parts and bolts left over... Doesnt that just mean you were more innovative that time around???

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84_4x4
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Postby 84_4x4 » Mon Oct 30, 2006 12:10 pm

your no heater and overheating leak could be a thermostat
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New2BII
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Postby New2BII » Mon Oct 30, 2006 1:39 pm

Already replaced the thermostat... wasnt the problem Thanks though
If you have extra parts and bolts left over... Doesnt that just mean you were more innovative that time around???

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desrt_rat
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Postby desrt_rat » Mon Nov 06, 2006 7:05 pm

nice BII, love the beach pics.

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Postby Paul » Sun Jun 17, 2007 11:13 pm

back flush the heater core, its probably clogged up ( use garden hose and try to run water through it backwards - sometimes it will bust anything in it loose), and check you radiator cap if it doesnt vent out at the right pressure it can cause it to overheat also..
1989 Bronco II 4x4
Mitsubishi 146 5 speed,
Stock D35
235/75/15
4.0L upgrade
NO LIFT
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stevenf
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Re: My '89 BII

Postby stevenf » Sat Jun 14, 2008 10:14 pm

Doesnt look like you have any fender trimming....???? Didnt realize a Bronco II needed 7 " of lift to fit 33's snug like that. Nice looking truck!

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Re: My '89 BII

Postby Nobody » Mon Jun 16, 2008 9:45 pm

When does it overheat? While at a stop light, crusing down the freeway?


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