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Old 03-18-2006, 06:04 PM   #1
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Got some work done on Chris' 84 iffy on 56k

Well got a later start then we wanted to. Had to go to Wilson Lumber to get some sheet metal (I didnt realize a lumber store sold metal), Orielly's for some stuff, and Harbor Freight for a ton of ****. By the time we did that, got some food, stopped by his dad's house for the compressor it was already 1, so late start. about 4 hours of work and we got a lot done actually. It is almost ready for the bedliner.

the 4" rough country lift with new springs came in on Wed. we ordered it Saturday. fast shipping like when i ordered mine.

yes the jackstand that we smashed with my bronco is still in the yard :brownbag

being an Alabama truck, rust usually aint a big problem, but the 84 has a bit. this is the worst spot

this is all just surface...no holes

thats all for rust really. not bad. we got some metal to weld up and patch it. 20"x50ft roll of it cause that was all they sold...30 bucks not bad for galvanized.

in true redneck fashion...got a back seat for a lawn chair now

Chris working on the pass seat...notice panels are out too. top will probably come off to make more room to work

now after taking out the back two bolts for him, taking the above pic, and smoking a cigarette, i got the drivers seat out and he is still on the one bolt...

all the seats, internal tire carrier, side panels, botom parts of the seat belts, and crappy *** broke spearker are out

me going at the rust...nice little hole now. i more or less just cut it out

Chris going at the other side

this is how we left it


to finish getting ready for bedlining, need to do a bit more sanding, patch the hole, use some air to spray it out, probably use some mean green on some of that left over carpet glue (that **** is nasty), then vacuum it out and it will be ready.

but i think we got a lot done today. we got hung up on the rear seat bolt that holds the spring down on the right side...had to cut off the bolt head and drill it out. that took us about an hours worth of time...damn dull bits. cant hear much right now...didnt think about my ear defenders until after about an hour of sanding and grinding. but tomorrow is a new day so we should hopefully get a lot more done. maybe get it completely ready for spraying the liner in..especially since we will have a 3rd hand. Dana's best friend and her boyfriend will be here tonight. since they have a wedding shower to go to, we gotta keep her boyfriend company...putting his *** to work, since he is staying with us for free. :histerica
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Re: Got some work done on Chris' 84 iffy on 56k

nice work so far, can't wait to see it sprayed w/ liner.
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Re: Got some work done on Chris' 84 iffy on 56k

Yeh, any new updates on this project after today?
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Re: Got some work done on Chris' 84 iffy on 56k

Looks like a fun project. Sorry if this has already been mentioned (I'm sure it has and I just missed it), but what are the plans for it?

I assume it will be an offroad vehicle, but what all exactly is he planning on?
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Old 03-20-2006, 07:50 PM   #5
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Re: Got some work done on Chris' 84 iffy on 56k

yeah got an update from saturday...have guests at the house so ive not been on the computer much.

We have the inside bedlined now. gonna have to do some touch ups most likely. This weekend we wont have time to work on it with the wedding and all. so it will be pushed of till the weekend after. hopefully that is when we will start the lift.

these are the pics from Sunday. there are a few more, but they are more random then anything
Getting ready to patch the hole in the back

Chris trying his hand at some welding

me screwing around with my new mask

got the banner on..RJ is doing some taping off

I just like how this turned out

Chris taping

all taped off and ready to go

kicked back in the redneck lawn chair

this is how it looked like on sunday

damn i felt like a redneck

we used Dupli-Color

Chris spraying

ended up rolling it on since the hose kept clogging up

and thats all



The plan for it of right now is to have it by the end of july when we go to Uwharrie in NC for a Fullsizebronco.com Dixie Chapter trail ride is to have it with a 4" Rough Country Suspension lift, 36x13.5x15 Super Swamper IROKs, 4.56 gears, bedlined, and a few other misc cosmetic mostly things. Have a lot of rewiring to do to id since the PO ghetto rigged a lot of stuff, and ghetto rigged it bad. activate the new rear window switch and sparks fly type rigging. Big plans for both his and mine...but down the road.

right now we have to get two broncos up and going. Gotta finish my gears and hopefully bedline mine and all the work on his
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Re: Got some work done on Chris' 84 iffy on 56k

whos wedgewood blue ranger is that in the background? lol
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whos wedgewood blue ranger is that in the background? lol
my buddy RJ's
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Re: Got some work done on Chris' 84 iffy on 56k

Truck is looking good. Guess I know who to goto when I get the broncoII down here and need something done to it haha.
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Re: Got some work done on Chris' 84 iffy on 56k

yeah sonic i told you Red Clay offroad has your back. PM for my number or get it from Brent
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yeah sonic i told you Red Clay offroad has your back. PM for my number or get it from Brent
I have it from a previous PM you sent me
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