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  1. Bullseye

    Doors with the low windows.

    They're like the early door inserts but with the functionality of tube doors.
  2. Bullseye

    Hard top has rain management design to keep water out of cabin when opening door

    Hopefully there's a groove on top then because the front panel seams run down the middle and with no cross members to hold things up, I hope they found a good way to support everything along with channelling water away.
  3. Bullseye

    Front and Rear lockers - Need clarification - Help!

    "Lockers" in the sense that Jeeps and Broncos use means that the left wheel turns along with the right wheel. So in the case of a rear locker, both rear wheels will spin no matter if one or both of those wheels have traction or not. The front wheels, in this example, would spin independently...
  4. Bullseye

    Badlands Bronco With Sasquatch Package Still Gets The Sway Bar Disconnect?

    Huh? Badlands come with the dis-connectable swaybar, no matter what. Adding the sasquatch package just gives you the 35s and the beadlock capable wheels on that particular model. Oh, and updated gearing I believe. You won't lose the disconnecting sway bar by adding the sas package if that model...
  5. Bullseye

    5 seats in 2 door?

    Asians are smaller than Americans lol.
  6. Bullseye

    Bronco Outer Banks (Non Sasquatch) in Shadow Black All Polished Up

    Looks like they did a better job and getting those door panels straight, unlike the JLs with their wavy doors.
  7. Bullseye

    5 seats in 2 door?

  8. Bullseye

    5 seats in 2 door?

    2 door seats are in between the rear wheel wells. Because it's narrower, you only get 2 spaces. The 4 door doesn't have this limitation.
  9. Bullseye

    Bronco Trail Turn Assist Demonstrated

    Hory shet! Now if they have a feature that allows you to do a Rockford - hands free, that would be awesome.
  10. Bullseye

    Pics: Bronco Battle Scars From Completing Rubicon Trail

    Dented up bumpers just means upgrade time! Even stock Jeep Rubicon bumpers would've been banged up like that.
  11. Bullseye

    First Videos of 2021 Ford Bronco on Rubicon Trail (+ More Pics)

    Even that guy in the lifted/modified Jeep looked a little green on the trail. Lift, tires and lockers will definitely help you on the trail but an experienced driver makes all the difference.
  12. Bullseye

    First Videos of 2021 Ford Bronco on Rubicon Trail (+ More Pics)

    I'll admit, I haven't been on the Rubicon trial. But according to this episode of Dirt Everyday, they took old stock vehicles on the trail and made it. They did have to winch out, mind you, but if old stock trucks can do it with old technology and not the best setups, surely this Bronco with all...
  13. Bullseye

    First Videos of 2021 Ford Bronco on Rubicon Trail (+ More Pics)

    That's it! That's why it couldn't make it up the rocks! They have to put the word "Wrangler" back on the tires! :ROFLMAO:
  14. Bullseye

    First Videos of 2021 Ford Bronco on Rubicon Trail (+ More Pics)

    I had some high hopes when I saw him back up to pick a different line and then see him steering into the rock to allow it to climb, and then those dry-ass tires just slipped and I let out an "ahhhh, man!" Definitely something I wouldn't want to have happen if I took my new Bronco out on the...
  15. Bullseye

    First Videos of 2021 Ford Bronco on Rubicon Trail (+ More Pics)

    All terrains on rocks like that? Are they even aired down? I wonder if they had anyone with experience drive on those things are if they're just Ford pencil pushers.
  16. Bullseye

    Why is a Hard top Comes with the 2 door and not the 4 door?

    Heck no! It's more like the early Bronco.
  17. Bullseye

    Why is a Hard top Comes with the 2 door and not the 4 door?

    Because they don't have a soft top for the 2 door?
  18. Bullseye

    2 door Bronco and new options added to Interactive Garage builder

    What about one of those full length auto retractable types of steps? Otherwise I've seen wives in Jeeps with those foldable foot steps that they attach a rope to so they can pull it back into the vehicle after getting in haha. Hey, it's cheap and kind of funny looking, but it works!
  19. Bullseye

    2 door Bronco and new options added to Interactive Garage builder

    Yeesh! Those steps would get ripped off on a trail in an instant. That removable option would be nice. Unless you don't do any wheeling, then you do you!
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