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Any of you eagle-eyed EcoBoost fans able to glean anything from the close ups of the front/underside? Looks like there's an oil pan drain plug access hole in on the driver's side of the front skid plate. That doesn't mean anything in particular to me, though.

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So far so good. I have been patiently waiting for many many years, I am hopeful but if it is a flop, I can always sink massive amounts of money into my 93...which I probably will anyway.
 

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So far so good. I have been patiently waiting for many many years, I am hopeful but if it is a flop, I can always sink massive amounts of money into my 93...which I probably will anyway.
Same.
 

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If its the same 34.5" tire, then it looks like its just a little under 100" wheelbase. Not a great side shot to measure from though.

A quick comparison of the doors seems like its the same length, and more than 12-14" should be missing when compared to the 4-door.

If we go with 33's then its back to a 95-96" wheelbase.
 

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If its the same 34.5" tire, then it looks like its just a little under 100" wheelbase. Not a great side shot to measure from though.

A quick comparison of the doors seems like its the same length, and more than 12-14" should be missing when compared to the 4-door.

If we go with 33's then its back to a 95-96" wheelbase.
They look like 33’s to me
 

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I understand these are "allowed leaks" but it has all 4 wheels off the ground in one of the photos yet they did not show the images of the Bronco compressing the suspension on landing.....I wonder if it did not perform 100% as they wanted?
 

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I understand these are "allowed leaks" but it has all 4 wheels off the ground in one of the photos yet they did not show the images of the Bronco compressing the suspension on landing.....I wonder if it did not perform 100% as they wanted?
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Nope.....he's in a turn there....he was back up the road a tiny bit when all 4 came down. Look at the trees and surroundings. Compare the photo you shared the one before it....it's some distance.
 

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