Camper80-96.JPG
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'80-96 Bronco Camper Shell & Sliding Side Windows

290C34 - Weatherbelt
29126 - ? Right side
29127 -...
CamperShellDetails.jpg
4962 hits | 72.04 KB | Posted: 1/17/06

Camper Shell Details
There's a common misconception that fiberglass will sag, bend, or warp if it's ...
Camper Colors.JPG
3608 hits | 81.53 KB | Posted: 7/13/03

This shows the difference in colors between the 2 years. The '96 is "mocha".
Camper Difference.JPG
3592 hits | 77.39 KB | Posted: 7/13/03

Besides the third brake light, shoulder belts, and color, this is another difference in Bronco campe...
CamperPins.JPG
2261 hits | 31.8 KB | Posted: 9/25/07

These spikes screw into '78-91 Bronco bedrails & are removeable to prevent injury when the top is of...
28CamperPin.JPG
2400 hits | 74.62 KB | Posted: 3/31/06

This pin aligns the front of the '92-96 camper shell. It is only used on the L side. Both sides ha...
29CamperHole.JPG
2252 hits | 41.88 KB | Posted: 3/31/06

These bolt holes are for the integral roll bar in the camper shell, and the captive nut plates are v...
Shell01.JPG
4403 hits | 65.2 KB | Posted: 6/13/09

After removing all the trim, bolts, & clips (including the '78-91 alignment pins), the shell can be ...
Shell02.JPG
3111 hits | 63.27 KB | Posted: 6/13/09

My method to remove the shell is to stand (knees bent) in the bed facing the t/g bent at the waist w...
ShellBack.JPG
1017 hits | 76.51 KB | Posted: 1/1/12

This is how I prefer to carry a Bronco camper shell: alone with its rear lip resting on my shoulders...
RollBar1.JPG
3217 hits | 67.7 KB | Posted: 4/23/06

The steel roll bar inside the factory '78-91 Bronco camper shell is glued into the fiberglass, but n...
RollBar2.JPG
2735 hits | 84.19 KB | Posted: 4/23/06

The steel roll bar inside the factory '78-91 Bronco camper shell is glued into the fiberglass, but n...
Bronco86EBi.JPG
955 hits | 88.57 KB | Posted: 5/16/12

The steel roll bar inside the factory '78-91 Bronco camper shell is glued into the fiberglass, but n...
Bronco86EBh.JPG
771 hits | 78.36 KB | Posted: 5/16/12

The steel roll bar inside the factory '78-91 Bronco camper shell is glued into the fiberglass, but n...
RollBar.JPG
1828 hits | 41.52 KB | Posted: 6/13/09

All '80-96 Broncos have a steel roll bar integrated into the rear edge of the fiberglass camper shel...
CamperShellTrim.jpg
4396 hits | 59.01 KB | Posted: 1/17/06

Camper Shell Trim

1 Roof Trim Rear Moulding 517C04
2 Quarter Window Garnish Lower Front Moulding...
Shell03.JPG
1681 hits | 103.62 KB | Posted: 6/13/09

There's a common misconception that fiberglass will sag, bend, or warp if it's not stored just so. ...
Shell04.JPG
1799 hits | 74.83 KB | Posted: 6/13/09

There's something on the headliner that looks like the beginning of mildew, so I'm giving it some su...
Side Remove 1.JPG
4263 hits | 68.2 KB | Posted: 7/13/03

This is where I prefer to start removing the side windows. Some silicone spray lube between the rub...
Side Remove 2.JPG
3183 hits | 65.47 KB | Posted: 7/13/03

Work up & down the length of the glass so it doesn't shatter. Tucking the corner out will help main...
Side Remove 3.JPG
3278 hits | 78.33 KB | Posted: 7/13/03

With 2 sides of the gasket out, the assembly comes up & rearward.
Side Install 1.JPG
2750 hits | 73.33 KB | Posted: 7/13/03

This helps, but it's not really necessary on these windows. It's military 440 or 550 cord.
Side Install 2.JPG
2790 hits | 65.76 KB | Posted: 7/13/03

Reverse of removal: start by setting the window assembly into the camper with as much of the gasket ...
Side Install 3.JPG
2821 hits | 66.71 KB | Posted: 7/13/03

It's almost as easy to do this by hand, especially if the surfaces have a light coat of silicone lub...
Side Install 4.JPG
2468 hits | 57.5 KB | Posted: 7/13/03

Pounding on the glass along the edges will let the gaskets settle into place.
Slider 1.JPG
3268 hits | 46.1 KB | Posted: 7/13/03

It almost looks like it belongs there! But Bronco sliding side windows were only offered from '78~8...
Slider 2.JPG
2822 hits | 69.91 KB | Posted: 7/13/03

OE '80-83 sliding side windows fit '80-96 Broncos & Centurion 4-door Broncos.
Slider 3.JPG
2768 hits | 50.82 KB | Posted: 7/13/03

Unusual, sought-after, & valuable, but not very practical.
Slider 4.JPG
4436 hits | 58.56 KB | Posted: 7/13/03

'83 sliders in a '96 camper shell on an '82 body with a '99 Taurus dome lamp.

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Rack Hardware.JPG
4258 hits | 62.29 KB | Posted: 7/13/03

The roof rack came from a '96 4-door Explorer, but was cut down one mounting screw. The runners are...
Rack Install.JPG
3039 hits | 41.52 KB | Posted: 7/13/03

Some of the nuts have to be spaced down or shortened because the roof is so thin. Although silicone...
Rack Installation.JPG
3000 hits | 77.7 KB | Posted: 7/13/03

Some of the nuts have to be spaced down or shortened because the roof is so thin. Although silicone...
Rack Ready.JPG
4779 hits | 63.26 KB | Posted: 7/13/03

I cut the front of the tracks down by 1 screw hole and installed 2 rear crossbars because they can b...
Trim Begin.JPG
2815 hits | 75.15 KB | Posted: 7/13/03

Although I'm not using these gaskets, I replaced the trim in them. It's more difficult than install...
Trim Corner1.JPG
2564 hits | 71.79 KB | Posted: 7/13/03

It took a while to learn that the INSIDE corner is the hardest, so start there and then work the out...
Trim Corner2.JPG
2558 hits | 70.95 KB | Posted: 7/13/03

A hard plastic tool with blunt edges would have been MUCH better.
Trim Strips1.JPG
2334 hits | 68.47 KB | Posted: 7/13/03

Insert only the ends of the strips to start, but do both ends of each strip.
Trim Strips2.JPG
2322 hits | 68.45 KB | Posted: 7/13/03

With both ends in, work toward the middle. Extra silicone helps. Silicone grease would be better.
TGRun.JPG
2043 hits | 36.06 KB | Posted: 5/11/08

Glass Run

Some aftermarket versions are simply a continuous strip - they lack the formed corner p...
Sliders83.JPG
1922 hits | 57.72 KB | Posted: 11/5/08

I need a driver's front (sliding) panel of glass & the metal bar for its back edge.

The white cra...
SliderRun.JPG
1735 hits | 26.15 KB | Posted: 11/8/08

Original flocked glass run for factory sliding side windows. It's not available, but JCW sometimes ...
SliderRun.JPG
1534 hits | 55.63 KB | Posted: 11/24/08

I've found a replacement glass run for the factory slider windows, and it's a Ford part! It come...
SliderLatch1.JPG
2284 hits | 78.79 KB | Posted: 7/10/03

This is the latch used on '78-83 Bronco sliding side windows.
Blasted.JPG
1518 hits | 82.24 KB | Posted: 1/23/09

Along with some other junk, I sandblasted all the sliding window frames in preparation for powdercoa...
BkPowder.JPG
1443 hits | 46.41 KB | Posted: 3/13/09

Looking good...

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PopupIdea.JPG
3624 hits | 62.46 KB | Posted: 8/10/07

Just a freaky idea I've been contemplating.
CamperHdwr92.jpg
2233 hits | 45.06 KB | Posted: 11/17/05

SOLD Camper Hardware for '92-96 Bronco

These bolts are threaded 8mmx1.25mm. Short ones are 30mm;...
SliderCrate.jpg
1810 hits | 49.96 KB | Posted: 11/24/05

SOLD Sliding camper shell windows in crate 63x21x7" @ 91 lbs. Crating material ~$40.
CamperTrimGy92.JPG
1877 hits | 23.75 KB | Posted: 3/27/06

SOLD Dark Gray Camper Trim from '92-93 Bronco

Fits '92-96. Screws (5) & some pushpins (~10) incl...
RoofRack.JPG
1560 hits | 55.58 KB | Posted: 8/28/06

SOLD Roof Rack from 4-door Explorer cut down to fit a Bronco, including used screws & blind nuts. S...
TrimBlack.JPG
1305 hits | 38.09 KB | Posted: 7/24/07

SOLD Bronco Black Camper Trim fits '80-91

Ships as 64x25x6" @ 6lbs.
CamperReinf.JPG
439 hits | 43.74 KB | Posted: 3/7/13

'92-96 Bronco Camper Steel Reinforcement

This plate is the forward end of the same cage that's vi...

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