So what if the girl in the tear jerker video bought her Dad a Sport.....'spose he would have said "Er, no thanks, I'll wait for a real one...I ponied up $50K for tuition and you get me a damn Sport, sh*t."
...very nice. I think you're seeing brake rotors through the wheels. The wheels are black with some baby moon hub caps, very retro. Of course in production those wheels could just as easily be white with chrome 'moon babies'.
Yeah, I think the Heritage Edition should be a variation of the BD, steelies (maybe white) and all. I'd almost (ALMOST) regret getting a '21 if that were the case. But I'm sure Ford will make the Heritage a high dollar rig I wouldn't have bought anyway.
I saw this was a resurrected post, went back and checked my vote, it was back in my BaseSquatch days. It's still the best value, but I really didn't want the 315 x 35 tires, because of the extra overall width and unchainability. So I went:
2 dr; because it's a Bronco and it's usually just my...
Not a simple question... but, the tire is 10% bigger than stock, so you would have an equivalent gear ratio of about 3.36. Jeep puts this on 30 and even 32" tire rigs all the time. It might be limiting in very steep or rocky off roading or cause excessive down shifting on the highway.
Without getting into the brand of oil argument, can anyone tell me if there is an advantage to "Synthetic Blend" (as recommended in the owners manual) over "Full Synthetic"?
I'm pretty new to this synthetic game. Just started using it in my motorhome as synthetic was used by the previous owner.
The lower elevations around town have sparse desert vegetation, the current fire started in Pinon-Juniper woodland and is progressing up in elevation on the LaSal Mountains into Aspen and Spruce-fir woodland, it burns very well.