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  1. LoneStar

    Punted for a 2021 F-150 Lariat FX4 pickup truck

    Staying in the Ford family but decided to go a more traditional route... '21 Ford F-150 Lariat Sport FX4 Supercrew with new 3.5-Hybrid and 7.2 kWatt onboard power. Reasoning: - I'm six years from retirement and want a rig to tow a "real" trailer with ease (6,000 lbs min.) - I can pay it off...
  2. LoneStar

    Lightweight Overlanding Camper/trailers ideal for BRONCO

    The present rated towing capacity of 3,500 lbs (yes, it may go higher for certain model/options) narrows the choices for a top-quality, overlanding camping trailer. There may be ideal, but not inexpensive products coming into market just in time, well suited for the BRONCO. Have my eye on the...
  3. LoneStar

    Ford confirms: trim and configuration changes will be unlimited when ordering your Bronco (except First Edition)

    So my dealer Internet sales mgr emailed a phone number to call regarding questions on Bronco Reservations (800) 392-3673 Ford Customer Relationship Center. The voice-menu options 1-4 don't seem to give a proper choice but if you press "0" it goes into queue for a real person. Wait time wasn't...
  4. LoneStar

    I've Decided! (until I change my mind again)

    OK, who else spends way too much time rummaging through this forum in search of another morsel of info on the new Bronco? But that's another story.... Been across the full spectrum of trims in what I (think) I want (right now) and what I affordably should get. Decided to go the "Best Bang for...
  5. LoneStar

    Factory winch - front sensor line-of-sight blockage solution?

    Read a couple comments on other threads noticing the available factory-optioned winch on front bumper (rugged steel one) covers up the "window pane" for the forward-looking collision avoidance sensors. That really surprised me since I made the same observation on a cursory look. However, in...


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