Looks like you got it to flex! It's really looking good guys! My 72 bronco always ran hot on the trails. It could idle for hours, drive through the desert in 110 heat at 80 mph but as soon as I started wheeling the temp would climb through the roof (240-260). Would run without hood no problem Scott
I thought about that, might be a little tight with the york compressor mounted in there. Let us know how that goes...
We'll see how it turns out. Going to take up a fair amount of real estate up front. I'm looking to swap on a York also, which won't help.
Keeping the serpentine setup, and the factory A/C since it's still a roadgoing truck. Plus, it's harder to pick up cute girls without air conditioning. ;D
Luckily based on what I've seen, the standard six rib belts are available up to several feet longer than stock, so with a few idler pulleys and a lot of grumbling I think I can get it to work. It'll get well documented if I do.
Unfamiliar the miles under my heels ... Pics of my junk! This is what happens when you leave a structural engineer unsupervised. Be forewarned. ;D
If I weren't pulling double duty between work and taking care of my wife -- she's home from the hospital, btw -- I'd come up and help. It's been a while since I've done sanding / bodywork / painting... but I used to do some pretty good work when I was doing it fairly regularly. Looking forward to seeing how it turns out, though
87 Bronco II XLT 4WD 89 Bronco II XLT 4WD 04 Toyota Tacoma SR5 V6 4WD 94 Chevy C2500 05 Kubota M4800 4WD
States visited, lived and/or wheeled in:
------------------------------------- Club member since Jan '07
Post by broncobilly on Aug 2, 2006 20:49:58 GMT -5
Thanks for coming over tonight Jay, at least we got a start on it. I think I am going to return the altenator and use a powermaster. I know they are reliable. I hope you enjoyed the short ride @ the neighborhood. Give me a call tomorrow if you yhink you will be coming over. Thanks again. By the way when we get the d shakle mounts on the front bumper I would like to drop them by for painting.