I have the KC on my Jeep now and they’re amazing. Super easy to install and throw a great amount of light.
Highly recommend. This is after they were covered in mud. Still enough light to help me find the valve stems to air my tires up after the sun completely set.
Unfortunately, I passed on accepting my Bronco and returned to the dark side with a Jeep Wrangler so I’m not super up to date on this.
Looks like the work around drilling by latching into the grooves of the hard top where the factory roof rack rails would clamp on. They then run bars over the...
Wow. I’m surprised 45 minutes isn’t considered local. I have a couple of closer Ford dealers to me, but the dealer my family and I have been going to for years is a good 45-60 minute drive.
Did you explain to the salesman that you didn’t trust the other dealers that are closer and would likely...
Did a quick google search and these are the first that I found:
Not sure how well they will work because they are ”universal fit,” but if you are lucky enough to have your bronco you could take a look underneath to...
Haven’t received my Bronco yet, but others have from Varsity Ford in Ann Arbor and have not paid any ADM (that I have heard of). I believe they have also been honoring X Plan.
Many of my family and friends have used them over the years with no issues.
I would just swap on standard flares before I did wheel spacers on the Sasquatch package. It will give you the same look, but it will retain the functionality of the trail sites.
From factory, the trail sites line up perfectly with the inside of your wheels/tires for easier wheel placement.
Lots of people have tanks hooked to their compressors so they have access to air without having to run the compressor nonstop. I usually see this when they have air lockers instead of the electronic lockers that you can get through Ford or if they are running air tools.
In this case, the tank...
Not sure how these photos never ended up here. TONS of good shots of an Eruption Green four door Outer Banks Sasquatch in this thread.
Couple videos in the thread too, but I have been having a hard time getting embedded videos to work lately so I did not attach them.
If you’re going for a vintage look, consider white and wrapping it so you can leave the cage white when the top is off. Would give it a cool look like the Cactus Gray concept vehicle from the initial release.
I hope so!! Unfortunately, I think being a 7/15 reservation puts me pretty far down the chain from 7/13.
All good though. Bought a new taco to hold me over because it was significantly less expensive than used ones and it still lets me get on the trails.(y)