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Any pictures of a non-Sasquatch Badlands?

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Someone in the thread pointed out the bumpers may be wrong. But the grille and wheels/tires are Badlands trim for sure. The sasquatch really transforms it
yeah, I just hope it’s cheaper on the Badlands since it already had a bunch of the package standard.
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The wildtrack does look good in the pic. But I can tell you that those tires are photo-shopped to look extra ballooned lol. They almost look like 16in wheels!

Compare these two pics.

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All of these pictures show a non-Sasquatch Badlands with the optional 33" M/T tires.

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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...
 

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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 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.
 

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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.
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.

Painted black 17's are an option for the Badlands with 33" tires. That might be my ticket.
 

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the black looks mostly Badlands... but that's not the steel bumper.
I know these test mules often a "frankenstein" mismash of parts.
 

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the black looks mostly Badlands... but that's not the steel bumper.
I know these test mules often a "frankenstein" mismash of parts.
I hope I can get an optional bumper that looks like that because the plastic bumper looks way better than the steel one
 

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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.
 

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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.
The 33's are AT afaik.
 

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This is the stock tire for Badlands, correct? I’m making the switch from Black Diamond to Badlands and was ecstatic to see the BF Goodrich All Terrain T/A listed as standard. [Actually, I’m not sure where I saw that now...]

I’m after the EB look so these should be fantastic. I just need to find 1970 looking white rims to go with these beauties.

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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.
Thanks!

Also another example of, "Great we can finally take this camo off... You know what... This is a pain in the ass. Nevermind" :ROFLMAO:
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