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80-86 F150/Bronco glass fenders?

jeff

Moderator
#2
Well which do you want? 80-86 F150 / Bronco front glass? Or F150 rear or Bronco rear. If it's an F150, short bed or ?

Hannemann: HF8008L/R 1980-1986 Ford F-Series FRONT FENDER - 4” BULGE $200 ea

Aloha
 

wrightracing.net

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#4
Convert to 92-96 Glass That's what I did and Love it. I have an 1986 Bronco. Autofab makes them both for 92-96 convertion or 80-86 bolt on, about $225 a fender. Buy good fiberglass cheap stuff falls apart quicker.
 

jeff

Moderator
#5
Converting requires a whole lot more parts... when I converted my 83' Bronco to the 96 style there were a slug of parts required... Fenders / Hood / Grill / Grill Support / Headlamps / Turn Signals + Trim / Hood / Wiper Cowl / Lower Grill Filler Trim / Wiring (headlamp plugs) and modification to the core support. John @ Ajax auto recycling out in Indio helped me out big time with the conversion.... SUPER cheap pricing and a pretty nice guy if you catch him on the right day.

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conejoracer

Well-Known Member
#6
I've dealt with john a lot back when I was into rock crawling. Great guy on the right day. I'm looking to keep this truck simple, and retain the original look.
 

ntsqd

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#7
Your old glass is still hanging in Russ' shop. Well the hood is, the fenders are out in his storage trailer. Not the yellow, the white.
 

BajaBronco13

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#8
Conejo, I'm looking at purchase that same set from Hannemann. They don't have a photo of them on their website but I have seen them on other 80-86 Broncos and they look great. Personally, I like the 86 grille I currently have and want to keep with those lines, so a set of Hannemann's fenders will do the trick. (ad removed by Aloha)
 
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