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  1. Wildtrak Epiphany & Validation @ 6K Miles

    2DR WT 2.7- For me- knowing the pragmatic utilization of this vehicle, knowing l may never use it for Rock Crawlling I opted for the WT. The rig is capable and if I get myself into a bad situation or want to explore, I won't be worrried, but this weekend I was validated chosing WT. In short...
  2. Bronco Keyed

    Took my Special Needs Daughter Skiing at Purgatory. Handicapped placard in different car so....between the time it took me to walk inside, get permission, a note (pictured)......my first scratches didn't come from Kane Creek or Hey Joe Canyon tamarisk in Moab or even a careless grocery bag from...
  3. Came available

    I don't work for anyone (I already have my rig) but Sabrina at Rich Ford Albuquerque just let me know that a 4 Dr Badlands came available.
  4. Ford Pass

    So for those of us that have our Bronco and to those that are soon to be Bronco owners...... The hard Sell on downloading the FordPass app and now Ford being linked forever to my VIN/activity has me annoyed. Ideas on how to disable? Unless you like Big Brother, I'd push back. They will most...
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  6. Looking for list of tools/sizes/etc that are common to the 6G? For my tool kit

    Does anyone have a short list of tools/sizes/etc that are common to the 6G? Rolling with a generic tool kit tends to be a "waste" that 11mm and 5/32 are always a handy crowd pleaser. 😉🙄. I like to build tool kits to match the rig, with limited space, real estate is at a premium. Any info...
  7. Reality on 6G

    When it is all said and done, from what I have been able to research--the Bronco w/ MT/SaS/2.7 is a great platform to go nuts with and build a super capable rock crawler (recent tie rod post are a bit concerning)---but for the average knucklehead who is going to go through a puddle, lock in for...
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