I can go with that theory. BB is a glorified Base. Only thing I get out of my BB is Race Red and the 4.27 rear locker.
BD is an armored Base.
OBX - Ooh 18" wheels 🤮
Badlands incorporated the better suspension.
WildTrak adds in Squatch. Kind've really glorified Base, just a little nicer.
You guys crack me up sometime... still trying to figure out the math that Ford is using. I love it!!
But for me, I'm the consummate pessimist. I just can't see the good in things. I actually gave up a long time ago trying to figure out when I'd get mine... well not too long ago now that I...
Depends on what you mean retire.
My Mustang has 214k miles on it now, probably be 220k+ by the time I get my Bronco. I won't retire the car, why bother? It's paid off and running good. It'll just get less use when the Bronco comes along.
Yeah I don't "know" the guys like you do, but I've been there plenty of times for misc. stuff. Since I got the wife's tires & wheels there last, figured I'd do the same for my Bronco. They aren't the cheapest compared to some online places, but they are competitive and local.
Wait.... what? How does a city boy know OK4WD? In Stewartsville? Or is there one out your way?
I'm holding off on calling them about wheels, I assume they have no clue either. But if I remember correctly wasn't it the owner who got to see the new Bronco like last summer? I'm dying to find...
It's always the "new" guys messing things up around here 🤷♂️
But so far, 3 guesses are wrong... at least you all are getting closer 😁
Edit: Funny thing is, people probably believe that I'M the ONLY one who's done it 🤔
Yeah but that's just typical Ford shit saying what you can do. Do you think if you could fit 33's or 34's they'd tell us that? If it were true peeps would say screw Squatch, I'll just get the bigger tires and save a ton of money.
Hell, my '84 Bronco had a 4" lift and 35's. my '93 Bronco had...