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Kudos to Ford (first time I’ve said that) for leaving too many false spots to remind you what you don’t have. There are two, for people who don’t have park assist (in a glass box), and whatever that thing on the left is, but nice that the just made the buttons bigger.

however, those asymmetrical heated seat buttons...


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It would be on the inside of the round headlight knob.

Basically turns the knob into a big button you would push to activate the fogs.

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Oh, I must have skipped over that picture.
 

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Maybe I'm strange, but I don't think my ass is that sensitive.
Wait until you try the three-position option from Ford. I have, in family members' vehicles. 1 is barely on, 3 is blazing hot. 2 is occasionally OK and often not quite enough.

In pepper terms:

1 = bell pepper
2 = jalepeño
3 = ghost pepper

Sometimes you want more than a jalepeño. :)
 

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Personal opinion, the 2 door Bronco and 2 door Wrangler seem to look proportionally the same to me, even though the Bronco is bigger.
Either way at the end of the day buy what makes you happy.
The doors on the Wrangler are stubby. But what I was referring to is how the two-door Bronco looks better than the four-door Bronco (yes, just a personal opinion) and how the two-door Bronco is more useful than the two-door Wrangler because it's got more room, width and length, with a much more usable second row. I wasn't even considering whether the Wrangler looks proportional or not.

As I mentioned, "have OP make up his own mind is best. I think posts like these aren't so much 'tell me what I should do' as 'give me arguments for either that I can use to make my decision.'"
 

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Actually its dehumidifying the air in the cabin in addition to cooling it.

If you keep using outside air to cool the car off, you'll never get rid of the humidity (or it will be harder to) to make it feel cooler in the cabin if its one of those swamp ass hot days.
Actually 🙄

It's just recirculating already cooled air to cool it faster. To dehumidify only would require the system to cool then reheat the air, to lower the relative humidity but keep the ambient/output temp the same.

Functionally "Max A/C" like ac360 said is just Recirculation + Max Fan + Max Cold = Max A/C
 
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Kudos to Ford (first time I’ve said that) for leaving too many false spots to remind you what you don’t have. There are two, for people who don’t have park assist (in a glass box), and whatever that thing on the left is, but nice that the just made the buttons bigger.

however, those asymmetrical heated seat buttons...
I think you meant "...for not leaving too many false spots..."

And yikes, yes, I hope that right seat heater button is just a pre-production model. That's one of those things that will drive a designer or OCD person crazy. 😄
 

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Stig haul from this week...

Shadow Black Badlands upgraded wheels+interior
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can we get any confirmation about a tach on the manual?
 

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Wait until you try the three-position option from Ford. I have, in family members' vehicles. 1 is barely on, 3 is blazing hot. 2 is occasionally OK and often not quite enough.

In pepper terms:

1 = bell pepper
2 = jalepeño
3 = ghost pepper

Sometimes you want more than a jalepeño. :)
I haven't had heated seats in maybe 8 years. It was a 2011 Subaru STI. But I would just turn it on while I let the car heat up at full and then turn it off once I got in the car. I never needed it to stay on so I imagine I'd probably do the same with the Bronco. But I get what you're saying for sure.
 

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Has anyone noticed the badlands in this photo actually has a black armrest? In other photos it has been the light dash color.

I like it.

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I have it on my Focus RS. As others have mentioned, engine fires right back up when you clutch in, so it's pretty much a non-issue. I even prefer it, you get some nice quiet zen when sitting at a stop light. Pretty much only turn it off in real bad stop+go traffic.
+1 to this. ASS on a manual transmission is much less of an issue. Keep the clutch pedal pressed, engine doesn't shut off. If you're ever stopped long enough to put it in neutral, then having the engine shut off isn't objectionable, to me anyway. You're much more in control over when the engine turns off with a manual, unlike in an automatic when you might stop just long enough for the engine to shut off just when you were about to get going again. When you press the clutch the engine starts, so there really is no delay. In the time it takes to press the clutch and put your car in gear, the engine will already be running.

Bottom line: There may be times when I press the button to disable ASS, but that won't be often.
 

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My Big Bend build with the 2.7L and mid-package (you get a lot for that including safety features) is $41k. Get it from Grainger, and it’s $39k.

Big Bend gets you all-matching Grill, Wheels, Top. There is absolutely no need to spend $50k.

BTW, a Big Bend will be significantly quicker than the heavier/more expensive rigs. Go BIG (Bend))!
If you went with Grainger, has Grainger contacted you yet after you sent your order via email, if so how long did it take ?
 

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If you went with Grainger, has Grainger contacted you yet after you sent your order via email, if so how long did it take ?
Yes, they contacted me within a couple days of the order bank opening.
Remember, you have until March 19th. There’s no big rush.
 

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If you went with Grainger, has Grainger contacted you yet after you sent your order via email, if so how long did it take ?
they are working through the order, so no worries. There is a separate Granger thread on which Zach just updated his calling on east coast, and will provide more updates tomorrow on other items.
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