Yeah but ford has not specified that at all. Only thing they said was it only included the receiver and 7-pin wiring/plug. No mention of additional items like my jeep and truck has on their tow packages.Tow packages usually include transmission/oil cooler line, bigger alternator, camera angle, and labor. So maybe thats in the package vrs just the hitch.
Yeah dude. Drove a manuel the other day and loved it, getting a 3% below invoice deal on a custom order and getting above kbb on my trade. This deal won’t happen with ferd!!Man...I am a cunt hair away from ordering a 21 Rubicon myself. Deal is pretty good and kinks are worked out as far as 37's and lifts.
Yep..I am looking at 4% under invoice.Yeah dude. Drove a manuel the other day and loved it, getting a 3% below invoice deal on a custom order and getting above kbb on my trade. This deal won’t happen with ferd!!
We have discussed this a number of times, granny gear is the term that has been used for decades. Someone came along and thought they should call it crawl gear, its the same thing.Interesting how formal this document is, but they use the term "granny gear".
Just for me, not telling anyone what to do here....
My experience with buying new motorcycles over the last 20 years or so has taught me, ride it stock for awhile, and see what ya need. I've wasted a ton of money buying bikes and going nuts with the accessory catalogs and after market do-dads sitting in the showroom just because I could.
At the end of the day.... FOR ME, I'm gonna get my truck and add to it over time as I find things that I need.
Just sayin' for me, that's the way I'm gonna play it.
Bronco and Jeep attachment points are complelty different so they should look different. Its possible Bushwacker makes the stock Bronco fender flares.If im not mistaken, bushwacker flares that ive seen on jeeps and trucks (mainly chevys) all have the stupid bolt heads showing and clearly look aftermarket.