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Nice. Are they changing the tail light design?
I’d imagine so because the fixtures in those photos don’t look final. The third brake light in particular looks like an industrial placeholder with those harsh 3 LED dots. If it IS final then it’s a considerable step down from the well received and already very bright LED tail lights on the regular Bronco.
 

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37s?
 

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I’d imagine so because the fixtures in those photos don’t look final. The third brake light in particular looks like an industrial placeholder with those harsh 3 LED dots. If it IS final then it’s a considerable step down from the well received and already very bright LED tail lights on the regular Bronco.
The three light rear markers are needed for DOT because of the the width (like the raptors, duallys etc).
 

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Tangent: any word from the powers that be of an improved fender flare for existing Sasquatch’ers? Looks like they were able to improve coverage, here, on the Raptor version. The flare / mud flap combo is no bueno.
 
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