Exact same situation with the Wrangler.
Either means the hinges are plenty strong from the factory (to support an OEM 35”), or you end yo doing what I did with my Jeep and swap them out for a sturdier aftermarket set.
Maybe you’re right?
There was some discussion early on in another thread when we were dissecting the image, I can’t remember how 50qt came to be.
It would be easy to look at the specs of each and the other published info we have from Ford already and figure it out.
I’m legit so confused by your retort. The Land cruiser 78 that you use as an example of a car you can lay down in is the same size as the Bronco 4-door.
My point stands. Short of a Tardis, I’m not sure how y’all were expecting a short 2-door that you can also lay down in the back of.
Privately sold a 2014 Ford Fusion recently. Ended up getting about $600 above Carvana’s offer (roughly 9%).
I thought in hindsight the offer was quite reasonable, especially depending on what your time is worth. Actually makes me curious about their business model if they’re willing to pay so...
2014 JKU owner who drives and trusts FoMoCo at work.
I’m *very* excited about the Bronco. I’m hoping it’s everything I love about my Jeep but without it being an FCA product.
If ford can manage to not let the top leak, or let the heater core clog, or the let radiator leak, or make the ride...
From the close ups we’ve seen, it looks like the doors sit on a shallow bump/crown thing, and the bolts are then inserted and act as the pin... this coupled with the doors being frameless and some strategically placed grab points/hand holds makes me think they will be as easy as it could...
When the build and price comes out I’m going to have to compare and contrast the OB with the BL to see what comes out better considering the mods I want to make. I initially thought I’d start with the OB but I would have to factor in not just the lift, but the cost of the step rails and...