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Here are some of the Bronco General Specifications, thank you to our friends of the forum.

The attached PDF document contains items such as Ride Height, Transmission Code, Spring Part Numbers, Calibration Codes, Axle codes, paint codes, etc.


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Wow - you hit the jackpot!

So Heritage is definitely Squatch. Not seeing the rumored "Everglades" edition. Seems like there will be a non-Squatch Wildtrak 🤷‍♂️

Overland .... that's new

Adrenaline Rush implies something performance wise over just Squatch.

2022 sounds interesting ...

Oh , and Badlands Special is a little higher than we thought.
 

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I have all sorts of questions. Like why is Wildtrak spelled wrong, have the same ride height as base suspension without the "upgrade package", and only have the tallest ride height with the "upgrade package"? Also what is Overland? Is that a future product? An old name for FE?
 

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...plus another heritage mention and the "overland" series.

and what's this Big Beng? lol
Good catch - Adrenaline Rush is connected to Heritage.

I better sock more money away. Heritage is sounding more and more expensive.
 

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Good catch - Adrenaline Rush is connected to Heritage.

I better sock more money away. Heritage is sounding more and more expensive.
I can't really tell. Maybe Adrenaline Rush is just a package, like Sasquatch, and the other three are trims: Heritage Standard, Overland, and Wildtrak.

This would appear to imply there's a Heritage non "Standard" too perhaps.
 

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I have all sorts of questions. Like why is Wildtrak spelled wrong, have the same ride height as base suspension without the "upgrade package", and only have the tallest ride height with the "upgrade package"? Also what is Overland? Is that a future product? An old name for FE?
I'm still waking up, but these measures are all ground to certain frame/suspension mount points. In that case the tire diameter would still need to be taken into account, when comparing the bottom line suspension lift between the versions.
 

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...plus another heritage mention and the "overland" series.

and what's this Big Beng? lol
It’s the Bronco version heading to England. I think it’s a nod to the clock…
 

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Just noticed: 8mm of lean. This drove me nuts on the JKUR - the OEM Rubicon springs up front were different part numbers to level for the gas tank and swaybar disconnect weight on the passenger side. The ARB OME springs were the same. After a few years of trial and error, I settled on 10mm spacers front and rear on the passenger side to take most of the Jeep lean out.

Something to note if you plan on swapping for Squatch take-offs - the spring set up for you Bronco maybe different for the one the take-offs came from and you may need to work on leveling it side to side.
 

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