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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-06-2003, 07:01 PM Thread Starter
 
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R. Quarter trim and some playin around

I've been spending alot of time on my truck lately so I took the day off. (Sort of. I did go to the muffler shop and ask how much to modify my exhaust) Here's some pix of my work and I took a little time to try it out. [img]images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img] NORM




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very cool norm, im feeling the need to wheel a bronco now.
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Your making all of us wanting to go out now. Cool pics! i really have to get a welder to make my own bumper.
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Very nice I have now go the itch to get out on the trails and see how hte new power from the 351w will throw the rocks
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Lookin good there Norm. You got any close-ups of how you trimmed the rear panels? (or did you post that already, i cant remember [img]images/graemlins/blush.gif[/img])
Maybe its just me, but id swear that it seems like everyones truck flexes more than mine does [img]images/graemlins/crazy.gif[/img]
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BigNorm!

Outstanding, man.


I have never seen your truck look better. Nice stance, ride height, nice flex, nice attention to detail with the work you have done,

Just sweet.


I see the shackles are now a nice coat of black. [img]images/graemlins/laugh.gif[/img]

My only concern, and maybe this is not a biggy where you wheel...the roof rack. If you ever catch that good in trees, well....

I do like it too, just my personal thing on roof racks, don't like them much.

Your truck is looking/working nice though man. I had to remind myself the other day, once I was feeling I had it where I was really satisfied with all the work, that it needed to be wheeled. So, I see you were like minded! [img]images/graemlins/40BEER.gif[/img]





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you've got a good balance going there Norm, and the departure angle is just beautiful [img]images/graemlins/40BEER.gif[/img]
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Wow, your truck looks great Norm. Seems pretty flexy compared to most Broncos I've seen, more than mine for sure. I dig those bumpers and the trim job too.
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I had to do the roof rack Juice. One of the biggest reasons for building the machine was so I could get gobs of camping stuff to remote locations with my wife and 2 friends. I have extra rubermaid containers so that I can have my friends put there stuff in there for storage. That's why its up there like it is.
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Re: R. Quarter trim and some playin around

Looks great! Your like, running out of stuff to do to it! Nows the time to just enjoy it though dream of bigger better things to do to it. I've attached a shot of my exhaust here, simple, less weight, inexpensive. I cut my old sh$#! off, took it in, they bent me a turn down, and welded it on for $10. I don't think I get exhaust fumes when the top is on, have developed a little twitch though.

I've noticed I get the most exhaust when I take my tailgate off before and after I did the turndown.
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