Jolo86

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OP can either stand for “Original Poster” (the person who made the first post to start the thread) or “Original Post” (the first post itself).

They’re basically referring to the same idea, but context clues will reveal how to read it.

So, you could say something like:

“The OP asked a question and then never came back.”

or

“The answer to your question is in the OP.”
Got it. Thank you!





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BroncoAgain

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I am going to see them today but I don't know why. There won't be any answers to any hard questions. Seems no one knows what is happening or when it will happen. Colors and options don't matter if you're not building any in mass numbers.
 

buzzcutt2

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OP can either stand for “Original Poster” (the person who made the first post to start the thread) or “Original Post” (the first post itself).

They’re basically referring to the same idea, but context clues will reveal how to read it.

So, you could say something like:

“The OP asked a question and then never came back.”

or

“The answer to your question is in the OP.”
What about OPP? :LOL:
 

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The fender flares come off with just a few snaps. What prevents anyone (thief) from taking them off when a Bronco is parked?
 

broadicustomworks

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Firefight911

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The fender flares come off with just a few snaps. What prevents anyone (thief) from taking them off when a Bronco is parked?
A decent upbringing?
 

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Body height is all relative, so I got you a pic at my 2nd day with the Broncos today of the entry height of the Big Bend. Honestly, you would have to be really tall to just sit onto the seat and then lift your legs in.
Thank you for that. Doesn't look much different than some Badlands pics.
 

Gamecock

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The fender flares come off with just a few snaps. What prevents anyone (thief) from taking them off when a Bronco is parked?
The fact that a scumbag opportunistic thief has no idea that they come off like that? No one is stealing your flares....
 

Tricky Dick

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I'm guessing you left by now 😄

But I just thought of something. Can someone or has someone seen how the electronic parking brake works? Can it be released without your key fob in proximity? I just had a mental picture of leaving my 7MT parked topless and some random jackass taking it out of gear to watch it roll away.
 

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