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  1. Bronco Knoll Named and Marked From Easter Egg Coordinates

    Made it to the top of Bronco Knoll this past Satuday! This was actually our second attempt at the Knoll. Our first time was a few weeks ago right after we got the Bronco (white 2-door in the pics, 2-door Base, non-Sasquatch, 2.3L/7-speed). We wanted Bronco Knoll to be our first trip off...
  2. ICON Billet Rear Upper & Lower Control Arms

    Oops, let me remedy that oversight :) Yeah even a manual quick-disconnect would be fine, IMO.
  3. ICON Billet Rear Upper & Lower Control Arms

    Good analysis. Yes, just by themselves, on this Bronco, these arms are something akin to tits on a boar. I can't see a good use case for installing them by themselves under normal circumstances, unless you just want jewelry (which I alluded to LOL). In this case though, they were installed to...
  4. ICON Billet Rear Upper & Lower Control Arms

    I saw the RPG ones and yeah those are nice too. The aftermarket is stepping up its game for the Bronco :)
  5. ICON Billet Rear Upper & Lower Control Arms

    A little bit of both. Machining them from a solid block allows the engineer more freedom of design to add features like those skids, lightning grooves, etc., and yeah they look cool too. Of course the trade-off is price. You can certainly get excellent quality and performance from a tubular...
  6. ICON Billet Rear Upper & Lower Control Arms

    The guys at ICON test-fit some new jewelry on my 2-door Base today. These things are pretty badass and should be a nice component of the complete long travel kit they're working on for Bronco. CNC'd 6061 matte anodized, massive FK rod ends with high misalignment spacers, UHMW rock sliders on...
  7. Is there a big difference in the 2.3 and 2.7 with Sasquatch Package?

    I haven't read through all of the comments yet but thought I'd offer my input as a current owner of a 2.3L, 7-speed, 2-door 2021 Bronco. I think those who need a lot of power and sports-car like performance in order to enjoy driving, will probably be disappointed. This thing has plenty of...
  8. Base Bronco 2-Door on 35’s with ICON Leveling Kit

    I just rigged up some drag lights with a roll of 4-wire flat cable and some LED trailer lights and just zip-tied everything on. I will eventually do some proper tow wiring, integrated into the Bronco's wiring, with a quick-connect and removable umbilical. I'm hoping Ford Accessories will come...
  9. Base Bronco 2-Door on 35’s with ICON Leveling Kit

    Thanks for the props! I can't comment on the strength of that Rough Country setup but if they claim it's strong enough for recovery work, then it should be strong enough for a tow bar. That said, I'm not so keen on the looks of those fabricated sheet metal D-rings or what looks like...
  10. Base Bronco 2-Door on 35’s with ICON Leveling Kit

    Those are just the stock non-Sasquatch flares and they haven't been swapped. It must be the camera angle in some of the shots throwing you off.
  11. Base Bronco 2-Door on 35’s with ICON Leveling Kit

    Fair enough. In my case, it will get used quite a bit harder than most folks who ordered a Badlands or anything with a Sasquatch. I am fully aware that the front diff has an aluminum housing and a smaller ring gear than the M210. And I am willing to be the guinea pig to see just how much...
  12. Bronco Team 2 door.

    Here's mine. Stripper Base model with some 35's thrown on.
  13. Base Bronco Shawty Build Featuring 35’s by Hypebeast Dad

    Props to another Base on 35's! It was awesome to meet you and the fam at SuperCel. Next time let's wheel these Bases together!
  14. Base Bronco 2-Door on 35’s with ICON Leveling Kit

    Thanks for the props! Yeah we're having fun with the YouTube channel. Nothing too serious. Appreciate the feedback. Compared to 95% of the Badlands Broncos purchased so far? Awesome. Because this one has actually been off-road :) Awesome! Yeah I was a bit nervous about towing up and over...
  15. Base Bronco 2-Door on 35’s with ICON Leveling Kit

    Yep, NoSquatch. Yeah the 2-door Base is the hidden gem. You can buy two of them for what many folks on here are paying for one Bronco. The piece you are seeing is actually just the plastic air dam, not a metal bash plate. It comes with the plastic bumper. The tabs I made use the existing...
  16. Base Bronco 2-Door on 35’s with ICON Leveling Kit

    LOL the wheels and tires are loaners and they only had 4 :) also a sharp eye will notice there are different style wheels on either side.
  17. Base Bronco 2-Door on 35’s with ICON Leveling Kit

    that’s correct. I fabricated some tabs that bolt in behind the bumper so I can flat tow. It’s temporary as it will be replaced by a steel bumper with integrated tabs soon. Worked and towed like a dream though.
  18. OXFORD WHITE Bronco Club

    2021 Base Bronco 2-Door. ICON leveling kit (prototype, available soon) with 35” Nitto Trail Grapplers on ICON Alloys. Having fun at Bronco Super Celebration West in Buena Vista, Colorado.
  19. Base Bronco 2-Door on 35’s with ICON Leveling Kit

    2021 Base Bronco 2-Door. ICON leveling kit (prototype, available soon) with 35” Nitto Trail Grapplers on ICON Alloys. Having fun at Bronco Super Celebration West in Buena Vista, Colorado.
  20. Horsin' Around YouTube Channel

    We just uploaded Episode 4 of Horsin' Around! Steffie and Dusty discover an Easter Egg in their new 2-Door Base Bronco that sends them on a wild good chase over the mountains and into the desert. Ride along with this mad capped duo as they brave the heat and treacherous desert to try to find...
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