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Old 11/05/17, 06:36 PM   #1
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Project for an Iowa winter, '77 Ranger

While this is my first Bronco, it is, by far, not my first rodeo. I have never entered the bronc events, but have plenty of time spent around mustangs.

I have pulled just enough apart on this rig to know that everything on the body needs to be replaced. After my fieldwork is finished for the year, I will be working on this more, but for now, I started in a most unusual place. I broke out the buffer for all my semi aluminum(ugh) and polished all the brightwork. I have always hated this job, as you stand at the buffing wheel, trying not to bend it, or burn the crap out of your hands while you hold the backside of where you are polishing. So, this time I tried something completely different. I like it. Took less than an hour, all the trim is anchored and easy to polish, no burnt hands, no new bends in any of it. Plus, I now know what will clean up well, and what needs to be replaced.

I will update as I go along if you all want another bronco apart, and back together, thread.
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Old 11/05/17, 07:01 PM   #2
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What did you do different on the bright metal?
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Old 11/05/17, 07:20 PM   #3
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Where are you in Iowa?

Coming soon: 76 - 302, 4R70W, NP205, 2.5SL, 1"BL, 31x10.5 LUBR
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What did you do different on the bright metal?
I just polished it before removing it. After it is off, it is so easy to damage.

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Where are you in Iowa?
Eastern. Near Davenport.
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Old 11/09/17, 03:40 PM   #5
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Look forward to the progress renrag. Good luck

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Old 11/10/17, 06:27 PM   #6
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Is your '77 a color code "U" vista orange?
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Is your '77 a color code "U" vista orange?
It is "U". I had not looked up the name yet. Thanks.
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