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  1. Velocirax 412 bike rack and drop/extension adapter on Bronco Sasquatch

    Added a Velocirax 412 with their drop / extend adapter and went MTB'ing today. The adapter is necessary for it to clear the spare and camera with Sasquatch. The rear gate cannot swing open with this setup, but I got it for ease of loading and unloading all the bikes, as opposed to access to the...
  2. Rick's 4WD & Outdoors Bronco

    Traded in the Jeep and finally picked it up!
  3. Badlands Offroad Park

    Did you know there is a Badlands Offroad Park? :eek: And it has nothing to do with Badlands National Park, or the Badlands Bronco, although I know that at least one 6G Bronco has been here already. :) I have been going to the Badlands trails, which are in west-central Indiana, for over 20 years...
  4. Cooper Discoverer S/T MAXX vs. BFGoodrich AT KO2

    I will give the Goodyear Territories a chance, but lately I've been thinking about what will be my replacement tires for the Sasquatch. In the past I have used Cooper MAXX tires, and they're probably my favorite 4x4 tires ever. Decent road manners, super capable, tough durometer rubber and...
  5. Daniel Boone Backcountry Byway

    While most of us are still waiting on Broncos, I suspect more than a few of us are still getting out wheeling :LOL: We recently went out with the club to traverse the 100+ mile Daniel Boone Backcountry Byway in Kentucky. This is an awesome overland loop, and could be done with a Bronco on 33's...
  6. 4x4 Touring on Colorado's Continental Divide - Hagerman/Mosquito - and the journey to my Bronco reservation

    Every few years we seem to end up in Colorado for some camping and trails; after an invite from some friends we headed back out there a couple of weeks ago. We camped along and reached the summit of Hagerman Pass; traversed Mosquito Pass (a trail I hadn't been on in about 17 years), Shrine...
  7. Badlands 4dr (non-sasquatch, cyber orange) vs. Jeep JK Wrangler 4dr

    Bronco - 4dr soft top 2.3L auto non-sasquatch mid pkg Jeep JK - 2014 4dr Sport soft top 3.6L auto, ~1.5" suspension lift, 1.5" Spidertrax wheel adapters, 285/75r17 BFG AT (34's, basically), bunch of armor, Warn xd9k on the front Test drive was awesome, I love this thing. Welcome to McDonald's...
  8. Let's overanalyze the mule undercarriage

    Not sure if this has been done to death yet here on the forums, but I watched the Ford video here: ...and there were a few very interesting shots of the underside. I see some things that are interesting and some that are curious. First we see something which is very familiar to the Jeep...
  9. What will your Bronco be towing?

    For me, a '14 Manley ORV Original which is basically an m416-style trailer. I had this one built with an extendable tongue coupler for being able to pull my boats. It also was one of the first Manleys to come with a Dexter Torflex axle. I expect to use this in the same way I did before...
  10. What recovery gear are you bringing over from your prior 4x4, and what will you add to it?

    For me I will be bringing over: - Warn xd9000 with ~80' synth line - 50' Warn spydura winchline extension - 1 set Maxtrax - 2 pulley blocks - a bunch of shackles - ARB snatch strap - ARB tree saver - Warn tree saver - 2 additional tow straps - 2 ARB winchline dampers - Pull-Pal 11k - Grade 70...
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