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Old 02-17-2008, 15:42   #1 (permalink)
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Bronco Spares Wanted - 81 model in Sydney

Hi,

Just bought my first Bronco and need a few bits and bobs including:
Spare wheel carrier - the one that goes on the rear outside
Cover for spare wheel
2 chrome rims for Sunraysia wheels
1 centre cap for rear wheels
windscreen washer motor

I can be contacted on 0433 125 849. Any advice appreciated.

Thanks, John.
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Old 02-20-2008, 20:45   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Bronco Spares Wanted - 81 model in Sydney

Mate,
Ftrucks australia, based in queensland now has an agent here in sydney. i used him when i had to urgently get a new double cardan joint. He was cheap honest and reliable. He should be able to help with most of your requests.

Do you need a new wiper motor, or is it just the little pump in the washer bottle? If it's the pump any auto store will have aftermarket washer bottles, grab one of them and remove the motor from that.

If you're wiper motor has stopped working, like mine did during all that rain we had, there are a few options. I was told it would be a couple of hundred for a rebuilt wiper motor, or $100+ plus postage from the states. An auto elec told me to test all the connections and fuses first, if they are all good, give the motor a tap with a hammer. All tested good, so when all else fails smack it. Low and behold she starts working.

I'll PM you the contact number for the bloke here in sydney.
This place has just about everything else you need.
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