- Mar 4, 2020
- Reaction score
- Ottawa IL
- Vehicle Year
- Bronco II
- Suspension Style
I keep inching closer... might even add some fuel today and fire it up.
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I drove mine for a couple years without AC, it was brutal. No vent windows on mine. Fixing the AC, actually I replaced everything, transformed the BII. It was not cheap or easy but it was sure worth it. The only downside is that my old motor really feels it when the AC is on.Began to reinstall the air conditioning the previous owner had removed. Fortunately he saved brackets, hardware and all the old components except the old compressor. Have new compressor, condenser, dryer, lines and evaporator. Had to pick up from a bone yard the manifolds that go on the compressor which the lines attach to. My wife will enjoy riding in it a lot more with a/c but the vent windows do an awesome job if you're not sitting in traffic.
Backed it out still sopping wet around 10, everything was bone dry by noon.That goodness for marine grade vinyl and wash out floors...
I've had back/leg issues for the last three years. I've barely driven the BII the last year. I can't wait to get healed up so I can at least drive it. Driving the BII is like therapy for me.No love for the Bronco's in over a month...
I've spent to last couple days regrouping the garage. The last month my time was spent working on a fixer upper house we bought down the street.
I hope to get a couple days to spend on my rig this week before the weather turns to shit.
I can relate a bit... I was laid up for months this year and I'm still at about half speed still.I've had back/leg issues for the last three years. I've barely driven the BII the last year. I can't wait to get healed up so I can at least drive it. Driving the BII is like therapy for me.