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    Trying to get pictures to load for me. These are my new tires I got about a week ago. Picked up a set of 15x8 stock rims that I'm going to put them on.

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    These are pictures of an alternator I had made at a shop. My alternator apparently got hurt when the engine swap happened. It was out-of-round and causing my belt to squeak a little.

    I will take pictures of the new engine and exhaust. Hopefully I can figure the pictures out like I just did. Trying to buy 3 rows of newer seats for the bronco as well. The third row has built in seat belts!

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    Thanks for the update! The stock wheels with bigger tires almost always looks the best.
    1995 C-350 4x4 7.3 Powerstroke 233,000
    1997 F-250 Powerstroke CC short bed 4x4 7.3 w/ dana 60 swap, stage 1 injectors 293,000
    1997 F-250 Powerstroke CC short bed converted to 4x4 & dually PMF RSK & dana 60 swap 355,000 Over 600rwhp
    1994.5 F-350 Powerstroke Centurion CC dually 4x4 7.3 5 speed 389,000
    2017 Mustang GT 5.0 auto 8,000

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    Got the powder coated rims with new tires on. I forgot to have the center pieces coated too. Not sure what I'm going to do there. Waiting for black lug nuts to come in the mail. Sunday I am meeting up with a guy in St. louis to pick up a mint bronco black hard top for 150$. I think I'm wanting to swap my white top for the black. I will take a picture when the wheels are completed and I grab the hard top.

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    Got my wheels done and put on. I still need to acquire the screwsfour the center caps. I also grabbed a black hard top for the bronco. I will put it on after I heal up from surgery. Still trying to find a set of dark grey or black seats.

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    I was wondering why your fender flares are like cut back at the bottom. Are they cut and why?
    1995 C-350 4x4 7.3 Powerstroke 233,000
    1997 F-250 Powerstroke CC short bed 4x4 7.3 w/ dana 60 swap, stage 1 injectors 293,000
    1997 F-250 Powerstroke CC short bed converted to 4x4 & dually PMF RSK & dana 60 swap 355,000 Over 600rwhp
    1994.5 F-350 Powerstroke Centurion CC dually 4x4 7.3 5 speed 389,000
    2017 Mustang GT 5.0 auto 8,000

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    That's how I recieved the vehicle. Yes they are slanted in.
    Bad part is the new wheels/tires make the rear fender flares stick out bad. I considered looking into wheel spacers to make them stick out, but I never messed with them. If I don't do spacers I will end up removing the flares. Anyone suggestions on wheel spacers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by armyfox26 View Post
    That's how I recieved the vehicle. Yes they are slanted in.
    Bad part is the new wheels/tires make the rear fender flares stick out bad. I considered looking into wheel spacers to make them stick out, but I never messed with them. If I don't do spacers I will end up removing the flares. Anyone suggestions on wheel spacers?
    If you want wheel spacers this is were I would get them. Make sure you get hub centric wheel spacers. You can get Alcoa Aluminum or steel ones.

    http://motorsport-tech.com/special/truck/ford_s
    1995 C-350 4x4 7.3 Powerstroke 233,000
    1997 F-250 Powerstroke CC short bed 4x4 7.3 w/ dana 60 swap, stage 1 injectors 293,000
    1997 F-250 Powerstroke CC short bed converted to 4x4 & dually PMF RSK & dana 60 swap 355,000 Over 600rwhp
    1994.5 F-350 Powerstroke Centurion CC dually 4x4 7.3 5 speed 389,000
    2017 Mustang GT 5.0 auto 8,000

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    Sucked it up and bought a skyler soft top for my bronco. Should be here in a week or two. I will end up selling my white top for cheap and probably keep my black hard top for back up. After I get the soft top...going to take it to an upholstery shop and see how much it would cost to duplicate it since it's pretty old. Plus instead of velcro on the tailgate...I was thinking of incorporating pockets for magnets to be placed inside the cover. Decent idea? Instead of putting a velcro strip on my tailgate.

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