One thing seldom discussed in comparing rigs is width. We both had the day off, had a nice Perkins breakfast and noticed a new wrangler in the lot. Curious, I measured out (with my feet, which my shoes are almost exactly 12 inches) about 60" width, on the actual body. Find out later fenders are 4.25" on lets say an LJ Rubicon, and width is listed as 68.25 max, so I was pretty close. https://wranglertjforum.com/threads/wrangler-tj-stock-specifications.71/ Contrast that with EB- 68.5 FSB-79.3 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ford_Bronco BII-68 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ford_Bronco_II 2019 Ranger (without mirrors) -85.8 (really, wider than a new F150, I thought it might be a typo, but inside box width is 61.4, so you can go pick up your new jeep body without fenders, with your 2019 Range ?? LOL!!!) https://www.fleet.ford.com/resources/ford/general/pdf/brochures/2019/2019_Ranger.pdf 2019 F150 (without mirrors)-79.9 https://www.ford.com/trucks/f150/models/f150-xlt/ If the new Bronco is anywhere near in width of the new ranger, yet just another reason Wrangler does not need to worry about the new Bronco. Part of the reason the jeeps fit almost anywhere, is the thin greenhouse (and even thinner up front, where it narrows).