I'm having this debate as well. I wish we would see video of the Bronco climbing those rock stairs. If you don't need 35's for that... why get them? That's pretty hard-core wheeling for the usual outdoor enthusiast.Thanks, those look a lot better in action compared to that showroom pic. Still... the Sasquatch just looks so much better, just doesn’t make sense functionally for me...
I'm on the other side of the fence with the blacked out wheels. I thought the stock Badlands wheels look out of place on a car otherwise void of bright shiny surfaces. I was thinking of going Sasquatch because of the blacked out wheels.I know everyone’s raving over the Sasquatch, but IMO I still really like the look of the 33’s, it looks more stock and I like the look of the wheels better than the blacked out 17s.
33's are a good compramise. For as often as I'll be off road, I will hate 35's on a daily basic. Only thing I may do if I decide on this trim is remove the tires for some AT. Those MT will drive me crazy from the noise and handling.I know everyone’s raving over the Sasquatch, but IMO I still really like the look of the 33’s, it looks more stock and I like the look of the wheels better than the blacked out 17s.
Thanks!Just thought I would add these pictures to the thread as well. This one is on the BFGs instead of the optional Goodyear M/Ts, although it does have a Goodyear Duratrac spare for some reason.