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NODNARB

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Aug 18, 2004
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Got the ol girl back up and running. Got some Fiberwerx fenders too.





Took it to Johnson Valley and finally went and saw the petroglyphs in Rodman Mountains, it does pretty good for a bolt on front end and bolt in rear coils and shocks. Need to trim the front fenders and make a new bumper though, tires hit.



Then carlover Sean tossed his bronco into a rain washout


It blew his hood pins off the core support lol so we fixed it.



I’m just happy to have a driving vehicle again.


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ucd baja

#1 Pig Killer
Dec 16, 2008
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Got the ol girl back up and running. Got some Fiberwerx fenders too.





Took it to Johnson Valley and finally went and saw the petroglyphs in Rodman Mountains, it does pretty good for a bolt on front end and bolt in rear coils and shocks. Need to trim the front fenders and make a new bumper though, tires hit.



Then carlover Sean tossed his bronco into a rain washout


It blew his hood pins off the core support lol so we fixed it.



I’m just happy to have a driving vehicle again.


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Runner looks good, that could have been a lot worse for the bronco!!
 

NODNARB

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Aug 18, 2004
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Rancho Cucamonga
www.btf-fabrication.com
Runner looks good, that could have been a lot worse for the bronco!!
Yeah that picture is kinda deceiving. The trail off to the passenger side isn’t really a trail, it kinda looks like it is in the picture. Off to the driver side was a 3-4’ drop off Into a sand wash. This is why I drive slow. Haha


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