Progress Pictures (Updated with New Paintjob)

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Progress Pictures (Updated with New Paintjob)

Post by wcdeod » Thu Jun 05, 2003 4:13 pm

After 3 years of work, this is where I am at right now. Let me know what you think. Here is what I did:

tore down to the frame. Sanded and painted frame with chassis black.
New JBG 3 1/2 suspension. National leafs in rear.
77 Dana 44 with disks
351W crate engine from Ford
Switched to C4 from 77
Power steering
Waiting on BC to deliver rear disk setup
sanded body to metal, cut out rockers, POR-15 underneath
PU steering setup
WH body bushings with 1" lift
All nuts and bolts are new, stainless where possible, grade 8 where necessary.

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Post by broncobsession » Fri Jun 06, 2003 12:00 am

WOW...looks great and has about the same stats as my future build-up. did you do most of it yourself? again, looks great
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Post by sean29732 » Fri Jun 06, 2003 2:34 am

Hey that looks familiar
Where did you get the exhaust and what type of shorty headers are you using?
Any clearence probs w/ H pipe?
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Post by wcdeod » Fri Jun 06, 2003 3:51 am

Most of the work was done myself, had the roll cage made for me.

Exhaust headders are Hedman Elite, alot cheaper than the Bronco houses, fit real well on my 351W (may be trouble if you have manual trans shift linkage), cost about $200 at Jegs.
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Post by malcolmzilla » Fri Jun 06, 2003 9:16 am

Right on, proof that it CAN be done! :D
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Post by Green75 » Fri Jun 06, 2003 6:42 pm

Where did you get the exhaust (not headders) or did you bend them yourself? Sweet looking rig!!!

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Post by raleigh_bronco » Sun Jun 29, 2003 7:53 am

You do really nice work.

1. Where do you plan on having it painted?
2. Do you mind saying how much $ that custom cage ran.
3. Do you have any nice chrome bumpers in your parts supply that are for sale?

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Post by wcdeod » Sun Jun 29, 2003 9:23 am

Bronco-Raliegh,

Thanks. I have no idea where to get it painted yet, saving a little $$$ to get it done. I would like to get a good base-coat/clear-coat job done so it will last for a while (like a new car)

Roll cage was $450.00 in 2000. (total for roll cage, procar seats and kayline fastrack top was 1,200 back then) I think I got a good deal.

I don't have the chrome bumpers anymore. Sorry.

Noticing from your log-on, are you local? I am in Angier, NC just south of you. Interested in getting together to talk Broncos and take a look at each others work. That is the best way I get ideas for mine.

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Post by raleigh_bronco » Sun Jun 29, 2003 12:03 pm

wcdeod,

I am the guy in raleigh that sent you a few emails regarding the purchase of your mtr's (without the welds). I really like the custom cage. I would be interested in talking to your fab. guy if he would offer a decent price.

My eb is getting close to finished. I've got a guy doing some work and is supposed to be finished in mid july. At that point I'll be in the market for a new paint job... probably of the Maaco variety.

I would also be interested in getting together this summer to talk shop. There are a few more of them around Raleigh... it would be nice to organize a local roundup. Maybe in August???
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Post by wcdeod » Sat Jul 12, 2003 6:50 pm

More updates:

Finished the rear disk brake conversion (BC Broncos)
Installed the door inserts (great quality from Broncitis)

Waiting on the Proto Fab front winch bumper an then am packing everything up to move to Kansas for 10 months and hopefully back to NC.
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Post by wcdeod » Sun Sep 14, 2003 11:15 am

Here are some more updates since I moved to Kansas:

Painted the Bronco using spray cans (base and Clear coats). Got tired of the primer look and was worried about rust starting again.

Installed new Painless Wiring Harness (it is truely painless) and MSD.

Smoothed, painted and installed dash. Rebuilt and painted gauges.

Installed, headlights, tail lights, side markers, trim.

Still to do:

Radiator (in on the Griffen mass buy)

Carb

Front and rear driveshafts.

Fenderflares

Power Brake booster (from Master Power Brakes, same as new JBG Ultimate setup but over $100 cheaper - I believe they are the supplier)

Let me know what you think.
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Post by wcdeod » Sun Sep 14, 2003 11:17 am

Some more pics

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Post by john » Sun Sep 14, 2003 12:58 pm

That's lookin' good Bill...one of these days i'll start tearing mine down to do the same. in the meantime I'll keep looking at all the great stuff I'm seeing around this board.
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Post by ebv73 » Sun Sep 14, 2003 2:49 pm

looking good, some day i will be it too a rebuild also. right now i am just goping for new wire and install disk brakes.

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Post by DirtDonk » Sun Sep 14, 2003 6:51 pm

That's SICK!! But of course I mean that in a good way. Just jealous.
Is that the new Painless harness? With or without the Weather-Pack connecters?
Nice work.

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Post by wcdeod » Mon Sep 15, 2003 4:12 am

It is the new Painless harness. The connectors are weatherpack and the fusebox is waterproofed. Pretty awesome. Hooked right up to my GFM tilt column too with no mods. Has alot of extra wires for use later that are built in like lights, electric fan plus switch, stereo, etc.
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Post by SpawnBag » Sun Sep 21, 2003 7:46 pm

Hi i did not raed any threads in this post but i did look at the pic's
that bronc looks great i happends to be the same color i want to do mine in.cool

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Nice looking rig

Post by d9h » Tue Oct 21, 2003 4:36 am

You've got the color I've been looking for. What kind of paint do you have on her? What brand paint and where did you get it. Who did your prep work and who painted it?
Mine's in primer and desparately needs some paint.
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Post by wcdeod » Tue Oct 21, 2003 1:32 pm

Believe it or not, I rattle can painted it myself. After moving and still trying to get it running, I decided that a few grand for a paint job was not something in the budget right now but I needed to get it out of primer (primer absorbs moisture) So I sanded her down one last time and painted with:

Dupli-Color Truck, Van & SUV paint (cheap base coat clear coat)
Color is T183 Gray (M) and then with a clear coat.

I put down about 3-4 coats of color and 3-4 coats of clear. It turns out real nice without any streaking or runs but it coats real thin. Could use another 3-4 coats of clear to thicken it up. Paint goes on real smooth though. Used about 8 cans of color and 8 cans of clear.

You can find it at any Autoparts store. I got mine at O'Reilly's and Autozone. Had to buy two cans at a time as that is all each store stocked at a time :roll: :D
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Thanks for the rattlecan info

Post by d9h » Wed Oct 22, 2003 5:10 am

Thanks for the rattlecan info. That's about all my budget will allow right now. She's currently sitting in high primer from PO and is in need of some protection.
Thanks again.
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Post by wcdeod » Sat Jan 03, 2004 5:31 pm

UPDATE:

Installed the Gorilla Warflares. Fairly easy install and they made a huge difference in space in the wheelwells and made my crappy rattle-can paintjob look alot better.

Installed the Tuffy glovebox.

Finished up alot of engine compartment stuff. Finished the wiring, installed the aluminum radiator and hooked up the tranny cooler lines, MSD to Duraspark connections, installed my carb (Road Demon - gift) and hooked up the elec choke. Still have acouple small items to do before I start it up and break the crate motor in.

Then I will finish the power booster and driveshafts and drive it to the muffler shop for a custom exhaust, breath a sigh of relief and start enjoying being actually able to drive the truck after almost 4 years.

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Post by bhoffman » Sun Jan 04, 2004 12:06 pm

Would you mind taking a picture of the Tuffy glovebox showing it open? Is this just a door, or does it slide in to the opening as well? Secondly, is that a Lokar automatic shifter? Are you using a C4?

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Post by bhoffman » Sun Jan 04, 2004 12:08 pm

Would you mind taking a picture of the Tuffy glovebox showing it open? Is this just a door, or does it slide in to the opening as well? Secondly, is that a Lokar automatic shifter? Are you using a C4?

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Post by wcdeod » Mon Jan 05, 2004 4:04 pm

Here is a pic of the glovebox open. The glovebox is a complete unit that slides into the current opening. It is secured by a mounting strap that is placed above the box inside the dash and bolted to the box passing through holes that are already there. The backet is shaped like an upside down U. Very secure and you can't get at the mount without opening the glovebox. HTH

I am running a 77 Bronco C-4 and that is a Lokar shifter, 18" handle that I had to slightly bend to clear the dash.
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Post by Green75 » Tue Jan 06, 2004 12:46 pm

Does the glovebox come with the hole cut for the fuse box or did you do that?

Thanks!!!

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Post by wcdeod » Tue Jan 06, 2004 5:45 pm

The glovebox comes with the hole for the fusebox and an aluminum cover plate if you don't mount your fusebox in the glovebox. The photo shows the plate in-place.
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Post by akafrankcastle » Fri Jan 09, 2004 5:24 pm

Where did your cage go Bill? Any word on when you'll be back to NC? We've got about 10 guys currently involved in the Fayetteville thing and looking to add about 5 more in the next month.

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Post by wcdeod » Sat Jan 10, 2004 7:12 am

Zac,

For some reason, all the garage doors here in Kansas are only about 5 1/2ft tall. I had to tke the cage off to get it in the garage.

Sounds like the Fayetteville club is really going. I can't wait to get back. Maybe by then mine will be running. We shall see.

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Post by bhoffman » Wed Jan 21, 2004 7:28 pm

I have not looked at this post for a bit. Thank you for posting the pics of the tuffy glovebox and the Lokar shifter. My question is this, do you love the shifter?> Is it too tall? Does it have a great feel or no?

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Post by wcdeod » Wed Jan 21, 2004 8:36 pm

I really like the Lokar shifter. It has a nice solid feel and the length is just right. I do not have any interferance with anything. Fairly easy install but I did it before I put the body back on. I had a little trouble with the mounting bracket but soon figured it out.

I hope to start the engine for the first time next week, break it in, check for leaks. This weekend I am finishing up the fuel lines and mounting the 351W conversion oil pan from FMS.

I finally got all my lights working correctly after the Painless wiring install. No fault of the harness, just that I never did any wiring prior to this install. I took the coil wire off and tested to see if the ignition turned the engine over and all seemed to work properly.

Projects yet to do:

Power brake booster and braket, bleed the brakes
New front and rear driveshafts
Windshield glass
Side mirrors mounted on windshield frame
Mount Galen's soft doors
DRIVE IT FOR THE FIRST TIME IN 4 YEARS

Side project:

I have a 77 BB housing that I will set up with 4.11 gears, ARB, 31 spline axles and move my BC Bronco disk brakes over (need new brackets for the BB bolt pattern)

Thanks for checking out the progress. I will update with more pics as it goes.
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Post by sean29732 » Thu Jan 22, 2004 3:41 pm

Hey Bill,
Paint job looks awesome in pics, easily a 5 footer
What type of mirrors are you planning to use?

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Post by MnkyBiz » Tue Feb 10, 2004 9:52 am

Bill,

Did you paint the Glovebox to match the interior? If so, did you scuff the powder coat first? Do tell!!!!

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Post by wcdeod » Tue Feb 10, 2004 11:41 am

Mnkybiz,

That is exactly how the Tuffy Glove box comes to you. But I did paint the dash black :D

Sean,

Going with the mikey mirrors that a guy named Mike Bowlin makes. Just got them yesterday and painted today. Still drying but I will post picks when I mount them tomorrow.

UPDATE:

Engine runs finally! Ran it a few days ago to break it in. Wiring harness in complete and I think everything works so far. Next on the list is:

MP Brakes power brake kit for disk/disk. Same kit that JBG sells but you can buy it direct from the company and save alittle over $100.

BC Broncos throttle cable kit

High Angle Driveline front and rear driveshafts

Polycarbonate windshield (better than glass and won't scratch or chip)

etc, etc, etc...
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Post by wcdeod » Sat Aug 21, 2004 3:36 pm

Well tomorrow I am off to get the front end aligned. I plan to start driving it to work as much as I can now. Items I still need to do:

Exhaust
Rhino Line the interior
Front driveshaft
Many little odds and ends.

This pretty much finishes my project after 4 1/2 years of work. Let me know what you think.
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Post by wcdeod » Sat Aug 21, 2004 3:38 pm

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Post by broncobsession » Wed Sep 01, 2004 12:43 pm

Looks awesome!!! Your pics really give me incentive to get mine done. Thanks and have fun driving it.
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Post by BroncoSteve » Tue Aug 02, 2005 6:30 pm

What color is that? Looks sweet!

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Post by broncoman1969 » Wed Aug 03, 2005 6:19 am

I know you don't have doors on you Bronco but do you think those Mikey Mirrors can be seen with the doors on? I am looking for a mirror setup that is usable with the doors on and off and mountin them to the windsheild frame seems like the most logical but I don't know if you can see those through the door due to the vent window. It seems that the rear vent window post would be in the way. Good lookin truck!
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Post by Formerjughead » Wed Aug 03, 2005 8:43 am

wcdeod wrote:Here are some more updates since I moved to Kansas:

Painted the Bronco using spray cans (base and Clear coats). Got tired of the primer look and was worried about rust starting again
Let me know what you think.
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