You're probably right. With so much access to Broncos though I would think a beard would grow pretty fast.I don't believe the guy from Our Bronco Life has a beard.
I had that same conversation with him. Still wanting to go 37s, but will wait to see how good the aftermarket setup is. The factory shock tuning was pretty damn nice!In one of the ride alongs Brad Lovell says that he knows people are going to rip apart the suspension, 37’s, etc. but that he’d personally recommend keeping it stock due to all the tuning Ford has done.
Me, personally, I prefer two tracking in the woods. Couple little mud holes and some rocky-rough terrain, but nothing you couldn't bang a beater car over. I don't get a thrill from rock crawling. More about sight seeing for me. Load the kids and dog up, get my better 3/4's out of the house. Stop at a gas station for some snacks. Then hit the unbeaten paths a bit. Good way to get out for a few hours. Still less than going to a movie. When I was a kid, we did that in my dad's 79 bronco. We went 150 miles without touching pavement once, heading up to mackinaw. Some of my most fond memories doing that stuff.Me, I'll never understand the thrill of inching (literally) up treacherous terrain, one errant move away from uninsurable calamitous damage to a $30k-$70k+ vehicle
while a group of people spectate over your impending victory/defeat (and a handful yelling out helpful or unhelpful instructions), but I guess it's nice to know the Bronco is capable of this for the day we finally reach the Apocalypse.
I just want to be able to get to some high-mountain lakes without fear of being stranded, but will be sticking to more reasonable off-road "roads" to do so.