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4dr Sasquatch OBX with Mid. Not liking the frost, but overall, it looks good. Thanks, Ashley (and Stig).

I wonder what happened to the building that high up punching a hole in the side?
Two holes in the upper wall? Two low flying Canadian geese, now with a headache.





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Still trying to decide if I love or hate Cactus Gray. But I do know I want white, or the very least shadow black, so I did a quickie photochop. I personally prefer when the green comes out and the white top seems to enable that more for my eyeballs.

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4dr Sasquatch OBX with Mid. Not liking the frost, but overall, it looks good. Thanks, Ashley (and Stig).

I wonder what happened to the building that high up punching a hole in the side?
Just curious, how can you tell Mid package from the outside?
 

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That's true unless people want to run mud flaps. I will be okay with the mud flingin' though. I don't think I could willingly defile my Bronco with mud flaps.
Just pop them off and put a little silicone or butyl tape in there.
 

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4dr Sasquatch OBX with Mid. Not liking the frost, but overall, it looks good. Thanks, Ashley (and Stig).

I wonder what happened to the building that high up punching a hole in the side?
that hole must have been from a drone collision? lol
 

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Mud flaps won't really solve the road spray problem unless the touch the ground (geometry). Moderate flaps just move the issue rearward.
Fastback Bronco Antimatter Blue Big Bend 2.jpg

The best solution, if it really bothers you is to get the steps and fill the area between the step and flare
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..or accept it as a fact of life
 

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Yeah I was noticing the same thing. The OBX models are supposed to have painted flares. I don't like the painted flares and mirrors would definitely just like what is standard on all other models.
The Squatch package on the OBX comes with the standard non painted flares.
 

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White top looks pretty good, but needs white painted steelies with chrome hubcap and no running board. (y)
Have you found a good candidate @Broncodave? Would love a dog-dish steelie. TODAY I am in OBX camp and replace wheels with 17" + 33" AT. (This changes weekly between OBX + wheel swap and Wildtrack or BL optional wheels, but I don't need that capability,) Also don't like the OBX running boards, but will need some type of step and can live with this until I figure out something better.

But I don't want to dive around on the OG 18" wheels at all.
 
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Have you found a good candidate @Broncodave?
I have not, and I'm torn between Badlands with the alternate wheel and a Black Diamond with the steelies. If I go Badlands, I will probably get a set of steelies to play around with (hucaps, color) and put a set of snow tires on them.

While I like idea of a white top (whenever it might be available) for the vintage look, I'm fine with the gloss black hard top. That would look great with Cactus Gray and gloss black steel wheels.
 

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