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from what i can see it looks good.
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And why was it that Ford can't sell simple/affordable mudflaps for a Sasquatch equipped Bronco, this Ranger sure seems to have them
Good point!
 

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And why was it that Ford can't sell simple/affordable mudflaps for a Sasquatch equipped Bronco, this Ranger sure seems to have them
Probably hand made or they fit the current Ranger. Some models don't have them because they interfere with the sensors. I had an Edge ST and there were no flaps available from any source for it.
 

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Talk about a long body and short legs... Aka 90% cabin/engine 10% bed
 

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Truck looks great, but it's 2022, get rid of that stupid rooftop antenna! 😂
Agreed, the RC antenna on the roof is terrible looking. The old school antenna on the front fender is way more tolerable in my opinion.
 

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Agreed, the RC antenna on the roof is terrible looking. The old school antenna on the front fender is way more tolerable in my opinion.
At least with it on the roof, you don't have to look at it while driving.
 

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At least with it on the roof, you don't have to look at it while driving.
Multiple bright ass tv screens blinding every driver and here you are looking at your antenna. :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO:
 

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Anyone notice they are bringing back the 9" rear?

For real why dont they just do it. They used it on the F150, Bronco, and now Ranger mules why not just give us back the best damn axle ever made.
 

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Multiple bright ass tv screens blinding every driver and here you are looking at your antenna. :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO:
I'm so used to the screens, I barely notice those. The typical truck antenna wobbles back and fourth begging for attention. I can't help but notice that. My solution to that on all of the trucks I've owned was to replace with a Stubby. That makes it nearly invisible. You could probably do the same on the roof antenna. I'd leave it the way it is though as I like the way it looks. I had an MKX with one that style up front. I thought it looked distinctive.
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I'm so used to the screens, I barely notice those. The typical truck antenna wobbles back and fourth begging for attention. I can't help but notice that. My solution to that on all of the trucks I've owned was to replace with a Stubby. That makes it nearly invisible. You could probably do the same on the roof antenna. I'd leave it the way it is though as I like the way it looks. I had an MKX with one that style up front. I thought it looked distinctive.
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I've only been driving for 20 years legally but I have gotten pretty used to there being an antenna way over in the corner of the window view. Plus I prefer old chrome ones, they dont stand out as much a black atleast in the daylight. The screen are the hardest thing for me to get used to. Especially since they have nothing really to do with driving, for me atleast. In the Maverick in my photo I had all the interior light sources switched so I could turn em all off at night. Only way to see the deer at speed.
 

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I think probably the second worst aspect to modern vehicle design is the tiny cabins that sit atop massive doors and side panels. It looks absolutely ridiculous, and I don't know why you would want a smaller field of vision in your car. The old broncos were much better balanced in this regards.

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Ummm…looks camouflaged to me. Can’t even see what it looks like.
 

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I will reserve judgement till I see it in a solid color,but right now as is I'm not feeling it!!
 

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