Anyone know ground to rocker clearance for a 2dr first edition?

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I’d like to know the step in height so I know how much weight I need to lose to get in it😳😁
All Bronco's with the included Sasquatch package are 11.6"
 

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Umm, you sure that’s not more like 21.6”
hmmm. The ground clearance is 11.6, with Sasquatch. Also, someone measured the step-in height, during their video, at the Colorado exhibit... and they said though not exact, it was about 23."
 

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I always thought the automatic step/running boards were cool:

 

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All Bronco's with the included Sasquatch package are 11.6"
I think that is bottom of frame to ground or something else underneath.

The black two door step in height was measured at 27”, so the FE should be about 28”. Not sure what the rocker clearance is but somewhere in between.

[Edit:] Looking back at the measurement photos - rocker height is somewhere around 19-20” with 33’s, so 20-21” for a FE.
 

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Also remember these are pre production models and Frankenstein’s builds.
The numbers you’ll get until after production will prob not be exactly right. 🤠
 

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