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Checking out the B&P site and building two door OBX, there is now a few additional options listed. Front section soft top , door moldings, and hood graphic/ scoop. I have not seen these before this morning.
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Don't want to be Debbie downer but I doubt you will see that. The base exists to advertise a low starting price. I'm honestly shocked at the amount of options ot does have.
Yeah, probably not.

But I feel it is a more reasonable hope than the guys waiting for a manual V8
 

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Checking out the B&P site and building two door OBX, there is now a few additional options listed. Front section soft top , door moldings, and hood graphic/ scoop. I have not seen these before this morning.
Can you provide the website address? Thanks!
 

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Can you provide the website address? Thanks!
https://shop.ford.com/configure/bro...814-hp-return-visit-fix:rvv:na:na:ford bronco

For MY22 hope to see locking diff and tow package as options on base ..
Are you guys aware of anything the $595 "tow package" adds other than a hitch with wiring? Like a tow mode, heavier rear shocks, etc.? I held off because it seems it is only a hitch and wiring which are already available in the aftermarket for around $125...
 

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https://shop.ford.com/configure/bronco/model/customize/base?intcmp=hp-rvv-fbcbuild-bronco&hptid=fv-2814-hp-return-visit-fix:rvv:na:na:ford bronco


Are you guys aware of anything the $595 "tow package" adds other than a hitch with wiring? Like a tow mode, heavier rear shocks, etc.? I held off because it seems it is only a hitch and wiring which are already available in the aftermarket for around $125...
As far as I know it is just hitch and wiring.

I don't believe it has a trans cooler or heavier rear springs.. So too your point, not a big deal.

The only thing that gives me hope for stand alone locker is it is an option on base (XL) F150 and Ranger, even with 4x2. So there is precedent for having it on the lowest cost stripper model..
 

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Not with a 7 pin connector but in my experience the only purpose for a 7 pin is to work electric brakes and with only a 3500 lb towing capacity I doubt any trailer I would pull would be equipped with those. That was my thoughts on it anyway...
 

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Are you guys aware of anything the $595 "tow package" adds other than a hitch with wiring? Like a tow mode, heavier rear shocks, etc.? I held off because it seems it is only a hitch and wiring which are already available in the aftermarket for around $125...
You can get a Curt hitch for $112 or so plus tax. You can get the Ford trailer light adapter kit (four-pin only) for $88 before shipping.

For $200 plus taxes and shipping you're getting a hitch and four pin, and you have to install it yourself. If you want the constant power of a 7-pin, then you have to do some more wiring. This is the route I'm taking.

However, if you want a trailer brake, you pretty much need the factory tow package. It comes with a separate trailer light controller in the rear left cargo area. Plus it adds wiring to add a trailer brake controller so it can seamlessly work with the existing safety systems, like trailer sway control.

You can technically add all of that after-sale, but it would be more expensive. Programming the trailer tow module requires IDS and VIN programming, which means it'll have to be a dealer install.
 

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As far as I know it is just hitch and wiring.

I don't believe it has a trans cooler or heavier rear springs.. So too your point, not a big deal.

The only thing that gives me hope for stand alone locker is it is an option on base (XL) F150 and Ranger, even with 4x2. So there is precedent for having it on the lowest cost stripper model..
All of the automatics have a trans cooler regardless of tow package or not. It's integrated with the radiator.

Manuals do not but it's also not as big of an issue for them staying cool.
 
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