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Old 12/10/07, 03:22 PM   #1
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Classic Bronco Tube Doors

I am now building some tube doors for the early Bronco. The doors are made from 1 3/4" x .095" tubing. My standard design uses the door post part of the original hinge along with the stock hing pin. The latch is a simple turn lever to catch the stock door post striker. A rubber cushion is supplied to eliminate rattling on the striker. The doors come in bare metal to be finished by the customer.

The cost of the doors is $230 plus shipping. I have a couple sets built right now and continue to build more. If there is demand for these I will make a list and build the doors for people according to who asked for a set first. I will not take any money until the doors are ready to be shipped. I will do my best to get them made as quick as I can for you, but this is not my main job so it may take a week to get them made if I dont have any in stock at the time.

I am no longer making them to fit lift off hinges. I can supply them without hinge mounts if you would want to do your own. PM me if you have any special requests and I will see if I can do it for you.

Feel free to contact me if you have any questions or need any additional info.

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76 351W, EFI, 4R70W, 4 1/2"WH lift with 11 pack rears, Cage arms, 1" BL, Tube Front End, 36 Iroks with Allied Beadlocks. 5.13 Spool Rear, Detroit Front W/Alloys, Hydroboost, Stonecrusher, Track Bar Riser, Corbeau Seats, Twin Stick, Slightly pre-dented.
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Old 12/10/07, 03:56 PM   #2
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What size are the lift offs for the wild child, I have the set from BroncoBob/All4Fun/Old Wild horses set of stainless.

Any chance of making some that would work with inserts?

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Old 12/10/07, 04:44 PM   #3
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What method of payment are you taking?

Thanks, Walt

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Old 12/10/07, 07:38 PM   #4
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Those are sweet, I'm about a month out from needing them, do I have time?
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What size are the lift offs for the wild child, I have the set from BroncoBob/All4Fun/Old Wild horses set of stainless.

Any chance of making some that would work with inserts?
The Wild Child are 5/16". I do not know what size the stainless ones are. Let me know what they are and maybe I can figure it out for you.

I would love to make them for inserts. I need to get a set soon and try it out. That I believe would look great.

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Old 12/10/07, 07:45 PM   #6
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(XT700)Payment can be either Pay-Pal or direct payment to me. Pay Pal is rcarlson@usemco.com. PM me if you want direct pay.

(big chuck73)A month would be fine. I have two sets ready right now and I am making more. Let me know if you definately want a set and I will hold a set for you.

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The Wild Child are 5/16". I do not know what size the stainless ones are. Let me know what they are and maybe I can figure it out for you.

I would love to make them for inserts. I need to get a set soon and try it out. That I believe would look great.
Man, I'd give you a set if you could do it! Come on, who is local? We had a whole thread about tube doors for inserts a few months ago, they would be a serious hit! Only issue is bracing which I dont think would be bad, just tie it into the hinge bolts behind the insert and it would be secure.

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Man, I'd give you a set if you could do it! Come on, who is local? We had a whole thread about tube doors for inserts a few months ago, they would be a serious hit! Only issue is bracing which I dont think would be bad, just tie it into the hinge bolts behind the insert and it would be secure.
Which inserts would be best to make them for. I may order a set and build them, but I need to know if the different styles would make a difference. It looks like the one-piece from Wild Horses are the best. Any advice on this?

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Old 12/10/07, 07:59 PM   #9
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I think that all the inserts have the same shape and size to them, I can do a couple measurements, I have a set of Tom's 1 piece and a set of old school backless. I think that they would all measure out the same even the 1 piece ones. I can shoot you an idea if you want for the hinge plate.

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I think that all the inserts have the same shape and size to them, I can do a couple measurements, I have a set of Tom's 1 piece and a set of old school backless. I think that they would all measure out the same even the 1 piece ones. I can shoot you an idea if you want for the hinge plate.
Great, go ahead.

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Nice design. If you're still building them later on I'll be in touch. Tube doors have been on my list of things to build for a long time but why re-invent the wheel. I've got far too many other things to buy right now that I "need" that are taking precedence over the stuff I want.

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Here is my very crude representation...this is a see thu pic of course but helps show location, etc. I can clarify if needed.
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count me in! whenh can they be avalible.. no stess on asap. its winter time but these would be cool for summer.

Tito.. for the door inserts, that would only be for looks, coorect?? i can see you hitting them one time and the fiberglass just cracking. then your out $300 fopr the door inserts

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count me in! whenh can they be avalible.. no stess on asap. its winter time but these would be cool for summer.

Tito.. for the door inserts, that would only be for looks, coorect?? i can see you hitting them one time and the fiberglass just cracking. then your out $300 fopr the door inserts
For a little "sense" of security and an arm rest. Would also be easy to throw a skin on it for covered half doors too. I havent had a chance yet but I am wanting to make a set to work with my Crab Cage and open out through the insert (for actual protection).

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