I wanted to go to the Jeep dealership yesterday so I could get a better feel for what I think the interior dimensions will be in the new Bronco. On the way there, I also stopped by the Ford dealership to look at colors. While there, I hopped in the driver's seat of the Ranger and did the same in...
I still think they've left more questions about exactly what the Sasquatch gives the Badlands package other than wheels/tires. I want to know exactly how the lift is accomplished - new springs/shocks, spacer lift, etc.
It's only going to get worse once the order is placed and you are trying to track build dates/status and ship dates/status and you know it's bad when you are calling Union Pacific wanting to know the status of the train that it's on.
Top picture shows Focal speakers with magnet up but the cone up are the B&O speakers. You can see the cone material and surround.
Middle picture is the magnet of the front (6x9) and rear (6.5).
Bottom pics are of the A-pillar mounted tweeters - stock vs Focal
Here are some pics I stole from another forum where a user upgraded his B&O system using Focal components. Gives you an idea what you are getting with the B&O. It sounds fine but it's by no means an audiophile system.
Pretty sure all of the B&O speakers are just cheap paper speakers with Ford stamped on the back. As a F150 owner with the B&O option, I can tell you that there's nothing hugely special about the B&O speakers.
I took the opportunity to fly out to Salt Lake City and take the Raptor Assault class, which was fantastic. I also use it off road when scouting for ducks during duck season here in Arkansas. Not really Baja but definitely off road. It's easily the most capable vehicle I've ever been in.