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  1. Bronco Gets Stuck In Sand and Recovered

    And be prepared to drive it like you stole it. Sand and snow is not always the place to drive slow to see what is ahead. If you do not know then always stop and walk it.
  2. Solid Front Axle for Ford Bronco by Lonestar Ring & Pinion

    Because some people want a great trail rig that is street legal and not a Jeep. Want a head turning Bronco. Same reason there are a ton of FJ Cruisers and H2/3s out there with a SAS.
  3. Solid Front Axle for Ford Bronco by Lonestar Ring & Pinion

    Bigger problem is the trackbar goes driver down toward passenger on both the front and the rear. That is a big tip over no-no. Maybe they relocated the rear but I do not see any images of it.
  4. Rut could go wrong? "Charging System: Service Now" fault & disabled Bronco from muddy good time

    So true, Sand as well, dunes that is. Super fine and wears out parts. A side by side is 100% better for that. Cannot avoid mud in the PNW but I stay out of the deep muck.
  5. BFGoodrich KO3 All-Terrain T/A tires are coming soon

    Personally I like to go with the lowest load rating I can get away with. They squat better when aired down, are cheaper and are usually lighter.
  6. BFGoodrich KO3 All-Terrain T/A tires are coming soon

    It was the AT3s. Also when looking the M + S rating is a joke. The Three peak snowflake is the real deal. really also depends on what snow driving you are doing. I am mostly talking about Snow road driving semi plowed. Mountains with deep snow then going a MT would be better. MTs on plowed...
  7. BFGoodrich KO3 All-Terrain T/A tires are coming soon

    There is a huge difference between Kos and KO2s. Duratracs were a far better tire in the snow then the KOs. BFG improved the KO2 to be on par. For snow (we are talking on hte road and not snow wheeling) the Coopers do seem to be the best.
  8. BFGoodrich KO3 All-Terrain T/A tires are coming soon

    I hear people say that from time to time but I live in the Pacific North West and deal with rain and snow. I have had studded snow tires and that is the best but the KO2s are pretty good in snow and rain and I have been through a lot of other tires. Seems like people are maybe thinking the...
  9. Second Bronco totaled from Hurrican Ian. What is fair market value: Answer.

    I live in the Pacific North West toward the Cascades. We get snow from time to time. My city does not use it while the city to my west does. Huge difference in how good the snow removal is. Dammed if you do and dammed if you don't.
  10. Second Bronco totaled from Hurrican Ian. What is fair market value: Answer.

    Lol, what the hell do you think they are using that for? Nasty stuff for sure.
  11. Second Bronco totaled from Hurrican Ian. What is fair market value: Answer.

    There is a huge difference between driving on de icer and having all the harnesses and plugs being submerged in sea water for an extended period of time. Way to much tech and things to go wrong. I commend you that you would not take the pay out or piece of mind on a brand new 60k vehicle. I...
  12. Second Bronco totaled from Hurrican Ian. What is fair market value: Answer.

    You would never get all the salt out so any pooling water later would be a rust issue and already living close to the coast totaling was the best thing. Just the salty air is bad enough. Once saw a landcover that looked pristine on the outside in a garage. Talking to the guy he say look under...
  13. Second Bronco totaled from Hurrican Ian. What is fair market value: Answer.

    Was going to say I have been in deeper water than that but then realized it was sitting in salt water for some time. Yeah, that cannot be good. Just look at any vehicle that pulls boats in and out of salt water for anly length of time. So sorry for the loss but I am really glad your...
  14. Ford Bronco now makes up more than 25% of segment market share

    "Fewer" Would be less market share, fewer Jeeps. On the side note why is the Bronco sport even considered in this segment. Only reason I think they named it a Bronco is for marketing reasons like this presentation.
  15. Oopsie... dropped and dented my door this weekend

    100% also 100% jealous.
  16. Oopsie... dropped and dented my door this weekend

    Here is the image I was looking for. They called it half doors but to me that looks sweet doorless.
  17. Oopsie... dropped and dented my door this weekend

    Actually Bantam was the first. To small of a company so they gave the design to Ford and Willys. Ford improved on the design but was not the first general purpose vehicle , Willys got the first contract to build it.
  18. Oopsie... dropped and dented my door this weekend

    Like I said before it does not look terrible it just looks like a vehicle in a body shop and was never designed to actually look right with the doors off. Notice how the sides on a jeep is cleanly flush with the front and back and the fender to door jam flows together. Now I am glad they made...
  19. Oopsie... dropped and dented my door this weekend

    A bouldering crash pad would probably be the best. It is light, folds up and specifically designed to absorb impacts.
  20. Oopsie... dropped and dented my door this weekend

    It is nice having the doors off but he is not wrong. Looks more like an afterthought from Ford with the way the exposed door jams look. Does not look really bad but does not look great either.
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