I'd rather install an overhead gun rack like this. There's more click to find out more. I'm sure once I have my new bronco, I'd install an overhead or rear window (if possible) for hunting season. For now, I have a hatchie truck gun rack behind seat for my Chevy Avalanche.Is this for firearms? - gross....
This stripe in AMB... *salivates*First look at the most important accessories for the 2021 Bronco!
For accessories pricing see: https://www.bronco6g.com/forum/threads/2021-bronco-accessories-list-pricing-part-numbers-pdf.11037/
Graphics Kits by Visco
FYI, I just saw the comment below in one of the KOH ride reports posted today...
Yes, the "GVWR issue" that makes paint protection film and headliner material an "overweight" item, as opposed to supply issues where they're making stuff available for some models and not others. Seriously, there is no "GVWR" issue, aside from the crazy talk that has been all over this forum, even after ACTUAL numbers came out that were far off what people were claiming.
Put the roof rack on. Have fun with it. Your Bronco won't explode. You won't get pulled over. You won't lose insurance covers. It won't start raining fire and brimstone. Just don't post photos of it here, because someone will claim you've voided your warranty by having the roof rack on. They'll be wrong, but they'll still say it.
Roof rack on squatch
I asked multiple people at the booth and It’s a center of gravity issue. Ford is redesigning the actual roof for 2022 with different bolt placement for the new roof rack. If you need a roof rack like me and want Sasquatch it’s a tough call: get a 2021 and hope to get one at the dealer this summer, or get a 2022MY. So it looks like the 22 roof rack won’t be compatible with the 21MY Bronco.
True, I should have said "starting in" March, which would be more accurate. Just want to make sure that anyone thinking of changing anything needs to stay on top of the process before that happens. Like for me, I need to check back in an make sure that Lux box gets checked, as I want it.Point of clarification:
The way I understand it is that you can modify your order up until Ford "schedules" your build... meaning they have the parts, a VIN is assigned, and it's going to get built in a week or two. For some people this could be many months aways (or very soon depending on the circumstances).
What is happening first (Apri/May), is that Ford will supply everyone with a "Delivery Estimate/Window" about when they think our build will get "scheduled."
We tend to use the term "schedule" around here to mean Ford figuring our builds and when we get our estimate, but to ford that word has a very specific meaning.
Hmm, that's interesting. I really don't plan on having stuff on the roof THAT often to where I'm going to worry about it. If my build winds up being a '22 with the redone setup, that works. If not, is what it is and I'll grab the '21 rack from the parts department for the occasional usage.FYI, I just saw the comment below in one of the KOH ride reports posted today...