I’m also in SE MI hoping for a 21 BD delivery.. I like the grill openings but will be plastidipping it
Bronze+metallizer. It’s a fairly cheap and reversible mod if I don’t like it. If you’re interested in going that route we could coordinate when I paint it.
Unless it’s one of those lazy boy luxury lumbar support fluffer fancy european car seats.. manual seats are A-OK in my book. And you can still have heated seats if you want. And it weighs less. Mgv for the win
If you want those antennae in the rear of your rack you could bring the wiring down the c pillar into the aux E wire of passenger rear panel. May require a hole/plug kit for the roof and weatherproofing thereafter.
First chart is the dynojet difference between 87 and 93 octane in a 2.3 Mustang. The second chart is the purported ford performance power pack gains in ranger.
I am low-key excited to use regular gas again after 15 years, but of course would do premium if i got the ffp tune.
Hello all, I know most of you have already seen the unveiling of various bronco builds by ARB, RTR, and 4WP. Here is narrated video (not mine). Hope this helps keep you continue daydreaming about your builds!
great pics thanks OP. was this there for an event or staying in the showroom? I may go down tomorrow and check it out. Really would love finding a manual bronco to get a feel for the seating/shifter position ergonomics for me
On the two door model, the front panel can come off only but the rear panel needs the rack removed.
For the four-door version the front and middle panel can come off while retaining the rack. The rack needs to be removed for taking off the rear panel
On the install diagram it shows the rack securing to the front and rear crossbar while skipping the middle, if I am interpreting that correctly.
A notable implication for those that do not want to run the front crossbar. Shorter racks should be available after market for those that want to keep...