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Does this completely block out the front camera?
Maybe not completely but at least 75%. I asked about a camera relocation kit and got words to the affect, "we can't comment about products that may or may not be in development", in other words, yes, they are looking into it.
 

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Does this completely block out the front camera?
Considering the camera resides between the O and the N (on trims that can get the high pkg) I'd wager yes. Also would bet the aftermarket will offer a relocation/mod kit.
 

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Considering the camera resides between the O and the N (on trims that can get the high pkg) I'd wager yes. Also would bet the aftermarket will offer a relocation/mod kit.
I'm thinking simply moving the camera will be easy, but making it work with the other features might be another story.

For example, those handy graphics showing your tire path on the screen as you turn the wheel may not work right if the camera is in a different location. I would hope that Ford accounted for the possibility and included a way to make adjustments in the software, but...
 

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I don't live near one so I'm just really getting familiar with them this last year or so.
Lucky me, I live in the same town as Summit Racing's West Coast warehouse and 4WP....my Firebird eats Summit bucks for breakfast
 
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Speaking of skid plates...did anyone notice they didn't show them. I know that 4WP Bronco had full skids all the way to the back. Probably top secret along with the G2 axles...all that steel and 37's...there goes all the payload.
 

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Noticed they have a couple of other photos on their site (though they may have been floating around before).

One of these is nice, while the other is an abomination.
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What do you mean, I’m hoping for “Woody” side skins! lol
 

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This is my favorite custom build so far but what's the payload with all of this on? I'd imagine low. 2 adults and a bag tops.
 

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can someone tell me why these weren't the first edition body graphics?
One of two answers. The first: they are probably waiting to use them on the Heritage trim that was suppose to come out this year. The second: Ford polled a bunch of millennials and they didn't like the old school stuff. Who knows 🤷‍♂️. Remember Ford at some point is suppose to have their 'upgrade factory' next door finished so they can sell and install items like this from the factory.
 

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Speaking of skid plates...did anyone notice they didn't show them. I know that 4WP Bronco had full skids all the way to the back. Probably top secret along with the G2 axles...all that steel and 37's...there goes all the payload.
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Oddly this thumbnail is about the best pic I've seen of the skid plates, but the video it's used to link to doesn't really discuss the underside at all. Bumpers, rails, even the BYOD rail, but not the skid plates.

Actually starting to wonder if they linked the correct video.

Here's the video for reference
 

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@618TRVLWILD someone earlier mentioned this BD didn’t come from the factory with Sasquatch. Do you know if there has been any consideration taken into that M190 front axle with 37’s? The consensus around here seems to be that you shouldn’t run more than a 33 unless you step up to an M210.
 
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@618TRVLWILD someone earlier mentioned this BD didn’t come from the factory with Sasquatch. Do you know if there has been any consideration taken into that M190 front axle with 37’s? The consensus around here seems to be that you shouldn’t run more than a 33 unless you step up to an M210.
He said it's still got the 190 and they are letting it ride to see what it can handle!
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