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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 was going to say, 35s really aren’t that big, my little 37s look relatively dinky when you start getting onto trails where the average tire size is 40-42”(ie ruts).
 

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You obviously missed the point.
Did you know that facetious has all of the standard vowels of the English language in order?

I assumed that you were not actually going to ask your Bronco to drive a 300 mile round-trip and do the fun stuff. However, you predicated your argument on ambiguity and I took the more hilarious supposition.

I'm pretty sure that the new Bronco will have as high of a MPG rating as Ford can get it. Go tall gears and short tires if you want to maximize it, but I'm not certain it will make a huge financial difference.
 

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Did you know that facetious has all of the standard vowels of the English language in order?

I assumed that you were not actually going to ask your Bronco to drive a 300 mile round-trip and do the fun stuff. However, you predicated your argument on ambiguity and I took the more hilarious supposition.

I'm pretty sure that the new Bronco will have as high of a MPG rating as Ford can get it. Go tall gears and short tires if you want to maximize it, but I'm not certain it will make a huge financial difference.
Those are some big words coming from a Squatch. I'm impressed!! All jokes aside, I appreciate the factoid about the word 'facetious'. I learned something today. Thanks!!
 

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Did you know that facetious has all of the standard vowels of the English language in order?

I assumed that you were not actually going to ask your Bronco to drive a 300 mile round-trip and do the fun stuff. However, you predicated your argument on ambiguity and I took the more hilarious supposition.

I'm pretty sure that the new Bronco will have as high of a MPG rating as Ford can get it. Go tall gears and short tires if you want to maximize it, but I'm not certain it will make a huge financial difference.
Facetiously. Don’t forget Y.
 
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I'll be rolling on 33s. 😁
Me, I am going for 37" once the factory 35" wear out. Range is important to me as well. Although large rolling mass requires more grunt to get up and going the larger diameter tire on the highway can balance out the wind resistance of a good lift when properly geared. I think I will be getting 18-20 mpg freeway. IMHO
 

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Can I get the one on the right? Bet it has a V8... maybe even a 351 :love::love:
A quick Google search shows the 1994 Bronco with a 351W put out 210 horsepower. That's laughable by today's standards. I hope that little 2.7 will impress, although I don't expect it will sound all that cool in the process.
 

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A quick Google search shows the 1994 Bronco with a 351W put out 210 horsepower. That's laughable by today's standards. I hope that little 2.7 will impress, although I don't expect it will sound all that cool in the process.
Yes, true... 210 hp, 324 lb. ft. of torque. mated to a 3 speed auto w/OD. And yet it NEVER had any issues towing anything.

With that said, we'll see what this 2.7 can do. But you still can't compare a new engine to one that is 26 years old, because that same 351 (if still built today), would probably easily push out 400 hp and 500 lb. ft. of torque.
 

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