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Seen tonight. Customer build/no test drives. 4WP upper control arms on 37" KM3s.

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I want to see the 4WP step on a regular Sasquatch. I like it OK w/ 37s, but I’m hesitant on regular SAS w/ 34.xx
 

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I do like the rear bumper though, just wish the license plate didn’t ride on the tire, but not sure if any other options for it.
 

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I like the 37's on the ground, as it still looks proportional but bordering on a little too big looking on the back as a spare.
 

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I do like the rear bumper though, just wish the license plate didn’t ride on the tire, but not sure if any other options for it.
Here’s one option… Might be frowned upon though…

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I posted my feedback when I went and saw the red 4WP rig on 37s a few weeks back. I'll say it again. The 4WP/off road racer guy (I forget his name) that was there at the 4WP store advised the coil overs were at 2.5 inches of lift and he advised that 37s were not great for anything other than fire roads. He had driven the rig in Utah and said stick with 35's for true off road use.
When I pressed him on it he wouldn't go into detail.
The front end looked good, but the fender delete looked as bad on that one as it does on the one pictured above (not to mention that monstrosity of a winch-the warn looked way nicer).

The next day I ordered a Rubicon and a full Steer Smart system.
I want 37s for the clearance and will be using the rig for Rubicon Trail and the like.
I still have my 2nd day res for the Bronco pushed out to 2023 to see how it all shakes out with others experience off roading on 37s.
 
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God I hate those fender deletes so much. Needs at least something.
Not as much as the people driving behind it will hate it.

I'm usually very much laissez faire when I comes to auto laws but it wouldn't hurt my feelings to see stricter laws regarding tread coverage.
 

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Not as much as the people driving behind it will hate it.

I'm usually very much laissez faire when I comes to auto laws but it wouldn't hurt my feelings to see stricter laws regarding tread coverage.
Nobody wants to party with a narc…

I’m all for a little poke out of the side, but agreed that these full-on deletes look stupid and are asking for rocks up the side of your new vehicle.

But to each their own…
 
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