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Sure... Maybe.... In Econo mode. I guess we'll all find out in about 6 months or so.
C'mon, this is COVID! We will get silly amounts of time on a tank of gas! #wfh...





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Eh... this is the wrong type of vehicle if that's your concern. This is that prospective romantic partner and mpg is their face...
Sure, if the areas you wanna go offroading are in your backyard but the areas I wanna go are 150 miles away so fuel economy is a factor for some.
 

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and add the 10mm bumpstop that gives the sasquatch its lift over regular badlands.
eh? How can a bump stop give lift?
 

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Sure, if the areas you wanna go offroading are in your backyard but the areas I wanna go are 150 miles away so fuel economy is a factor for some.
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If you're going wheeling 150 miles from a gas station, then you're hoping to cover a 300 mile round trip plus the fun stuff?
 

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eh? How can a bump stop give lift?
Some people have said its a different bump stop, some people have said spacer, others have said its totally different springs and shocks. I'm just being optimistic that it's something simple like swapping the bump stop or adding a spacer.

Here's everything we know for certain about the Sasquatch suspension compared to the Badlands, as confirmed directly from Ford representatives:

1. It's the same as the Badlands.
2. It's totally different than the Badlands.
3. The only difference is a 10mm bump stop.
4. The only difference is a 10mm riser.
6. The difference is stiffer springs.
7. The difference is longer shocks.
8. It has both stiffer springs and longer shocks.

I may have missed something, feel free to fill in the gaps if I did.
 

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Some people have said its a different bump stop, some people have said spacer, others have said its totally different springs and shocks. I'm just being optimistic that it's something simple like swapping the bump stop or adding a spacer.
Fair and accurate: it could be either. But a bump stop limits travel while a spacer stretches things out. That spacer might give you a bit more travel, the stop will effectively remove travel.
 
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I always say this but I implore people who haven’t ridden or owned 35s to hunt down a wrangler on 35s and stand next to it at the very least. If you can, get in and out of it a few times. They are HUGE
Try jumping out of a full-size bronco on 44's

These Broncos are cool but not lifted to go 😢
If you think 35 are big your not buying the right vehicle
Go out and buy your self a Honda Pilot or a Prius 😆
 

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Try jumping out of a full-size bronco on 44's

These Broncos are cool but not lifted to go 😢
If you think 35 are big your not buying the right vehicle
Go out and buy your self a Honda Pilot or a Prius 😆
I'll get right on that...
 

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Sure, if the areas you wanna go offroading are in your backyard but the areas I wanna go are 150 miles away so fuel economy is a factor for some.
That is why ours will roll on 32's.

Aside from winter fun we are two states from anywhere to really offroad. The fuel bill to get there is a big part of the vacation expense.
 

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That is why ours will roll on 32's.

Aside from winter fun we are two states from anywhere to really offroad. The fuel bill to get there is a big part of the vacation expense.
I'll be rolling on 33s. 😁
 

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