2500 Mile Trip - Bronco Review

B Miller

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I just returned from a 2500 mile trip from Sherwood OR to Prescott AZ and back. Here's my review of the new Bronco. This video was posted in my B Miller build journal as well. But it's worth repeating here. Enjoy!



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Good review - I went with the BASESQUATCH, so I don’t have that rear plug in - But it looks like you’re getting plenty of use from it.

since you’re 6’4, and I’m 5’9, the lumbar support will probably work better for me 🤣
 
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Good review - I went with the BASESQUATCH, so I don’t have that rear plug in - But it looks like you’re getting plenty of use from it.

since you’re 6’4, and I’m 5’9, the lumbar support will probably work better for me 🤣
That dometic power supply comes with many cords for options. If your bronco has it, you could use the regular plug as well. If not, that power supply should run the fridge for a few days. Another option is hard wire it to your car battery (y)
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