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  1. Bronco has less ground clearance than a Jeep Renegade

    No. All squatchs will have limited uptravel, to prevent rubbing, like if you hit a jump. Nothing to do with articulation or a disconnectable sway bar.
  2. Manual Transmission + Sasquatch (PR Move / Marketing) Theory

    It gets better. They were advertising best in class articulation/RTI score. Turns out this only applies to the Badlands WITHOUT Sasquatch. Sasquatch limits up travel to prevent the 35” tires from rubbing.
  3. Crawler gear in Bronco explained by Engineering Explained

    You have to be messing with me. That’s a horrible analogy and Engineering Explained (same channel) has a video talking about it.
  4. Crawler gear in Bronco explained by Engineering Explained

    That’s pretty funny, although I’m sure most of our members took that at face value, and not as a reference to one of EE’s videos.
  5. Ford confirms folded rear seats will have slight incline and 4" step up from cargo floor

    I’d like a 4-door with a relatively flat floor that I can sleep on. I have no use for the slide out tray. Hopefully Ford or aftermarket has a lift-up panel, similar to the stocker, but 4” taller and more tool storage.
  6. 2021 Bronco Gas Tank Size Is 16.9 and 20.8 Gallons

    SFA confirmed! /s What does a picture of a Jeep have to do with anything???
  7. The "Hanging on by a thread" thread.

    And you’re the type that allows them to not offer a SFA/V8.
  8. Do I need the Sasquatch package for my hobbies?

    Yeah but how many guys are going to pick zero other options? Tack on squatch and just a few other things and you’d be in badlands territory.
  9. Do I need the Sasquatch package for my hobbies?

    Oh I forgot to add the automatic trans that the Squatch requires but Badlands doesn’t. Another $1-2k maybe?
  10. Sasquatch Package With Manual Transmission [Sign Petition For It!]

    My point is that by the time you do all these upgrades to a base you’d have been better off to just buy a badlands.
  11. Do I need the Sasquatch package for my hobbies?

    From the F150/raptor build and price: $1895 Beadlock capable wheels $500 Torsen front diff $420-570 Rear locker for standard F-150 So roughly $3k just for diff and wheel upgrades, and that’s over the Raptor’s standard aluminum wheels, not steelies. Still need to upgrade the front axle...
  12. Do I need the Sasquatch package for my hobbies?

    What do you think the squatch pack will cost to add to a base model?
  13. Sasquatch Package With Manual Transmission [Sign Petition For It!]

    So $3k for lockers and gears is cheap?
  14. Sasquatch Package With Manual Transmission [Sign Petition For It!]

    Gears and lockers are cheap? What about install?
  15. Sasquatch Package With Manual Transmission [Sign Petition For It!]

    Go for it then. Don’t forget to add $1500 for destination. And plan on being passed by the little ford engine.
  16. Sasquatch Package With Manual Transmission [Sign Petition For It!]

    7k for tires/wheels/lift? Some 35s rub on the Rubi with no lift. Since the Bronco isn’t out we have no idea if 35s will rub on the Badlands.
  17. Sasquatch Package With Manual Transmission [Sign Petition For It!]

    Uhh yeah you do have to settle for an inferior engine. You can’t a diesel/mt and both of Jeep’s gassers are worse than the 2.3. And a basesquatch would have all the off gear that a rubi has, except sway bar disconnect, but with better tires/wheels.
  18. Sasquatch Package With Manual Transmission [Sign Petition For It!]

    It seems that a lot of basesquatch buyers would be happy with the badlands if it weren’t for the huge price difference but consider this: 2 door bare bones Rubicon is over 40k, with only 33” tires and no bead lock capable wheels. Even if the basesquatch/7mt was available did you guys expect it...


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