De Brus

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These flares make me cringe. They look good but if I was behind you after you got off a trail I’d track you down and beat you lol
Get off my ass!


And bring it! 💪
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This is the 3rd one using 4WP stuff and all three use the same wheels.
Cactus Gray kept the Steelies, but yes seems to be a package. I’ve noticed the wheels too.
 

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Nice, but that thing is going to sling $#!t all over every where! I honestly don't like the flare delete! Too much poke IMO!
Edit: I like the fog lights and the rear bumper looks good! Not sure about the license plate mounted there though!?:unsure: :unsure:
Mall parking lots are not that muddy, at least where I live. So the fender delete should be fine.
 

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I don’t really get it… Why not just get a non-squatch base, BB, BD, or OB if you are going to self-squatch by adding a $3k suspension package and $2k in wheels and tires? Or just add squatch from the get go? 🤔🤔
Because I can only get the sway bar disconnect on the BL (I know, and the FE) and I want to be able to run 37's without rubbing?

Plus, it seems like you would lose some articulation with the 4WP lift, negating the rock crawling capability of the Badlands.
This is a legitimate concern. When my Bronco finally gets here I will try and remember to do a before and after articulation measurement and picture on a stock BL vs a BL with the 4WP adjustable coil overs and 37's (which I am going to affectionally refer to as Super-Squatch).
 

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37s > 35s in the rocks & mud. 35s > 37s for desert running. Depends on your use case whether they’re beneficial or not to you. Whenever I get my Badlands it’s going on 37s but it’s also going on the rocks
 

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Looks awesome ignore the haters that will be riding around in basic mall crawlers. It's your vehicle coming from the Jeep community the best thing was all the mod support and making your Jeep unique and not just another boring ride on the street.
 

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My favorite is the 2 door. Oh wait lol

I like the fender deletes but I would never run that on the street. Too much poke.

I followed a JL into work the other day that had the fenders deleted. He had 35s that were at least 12.5" wide. All I could do was stare at the exposed tire and wait for a rock to nail the windshield of my truck.
 

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Nice, but that thing is going to sling $#!t all over every where! I honestly don't like the flare delete! Too much poke IMO!
Edit: I like the fog lights and the rear bumper looks good! Not sure about the license plate mounted there though!?:unsure: :unsure:

Nah...won't sling $#!t because the mall parking lot is PAVED!


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Fender delete is cool idea but they need to narrow that front bumper. Looks strange being the widest point.

Also....37’s?
Agreed! Something looks wonky from that pic. Looks awesome overall tho
 
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