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I was just kidding, he just said it more than usual. It's his trademark.
 

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I was just kidding, he just said it more than usual. It's his trademark.
Oh my bad! Haha! Totally went over my head. That and “without further ado”.
 

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I do like those flares and wouldnt mind seeing those wheels in raw alloy.
 

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Looks good however the soft top wrinkled windows needs fixed. Every Bronco soft top I’ve seen has wrinkled windows!
 

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I do like those flares and wouldnt mind seeing those wheels in raw alloy.
I don't like the flares, but I would like to see those rims in raw alloy. :giggle:

If you don't own a shop, how many people are going to buy a Badlands and then replace the shocks, both bumpers, and rock sliders. BTW, he keeps saying the lift comes with real coilovers...so are the factory coilovers. Maybe he just means these are ride height adjustable. I haven't heard what actual brand the 4WP shocks are, who makes them, and how much time went into tuning. Have to find out.

I keep coming back to REALLY wishing the factory disco sway bar was an option with SAS. A lot of money to get a Badlands to get it, then start adding modifications. :cautious:
 

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Looks good however the soft top wrinkled windows needs fixed. Every Bronco soft top I’ve seen has wrinkled windows!
Because they're designed that way... they had to go with a softer window material to get the articulation they wanted back there. Is it a defect? No. A poor design decision? Possibly.
 

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I don't like the flares, but I would like to see those rims in raw alloy. :giggle:

If you don't own a shop, how many people are going to buy a Badlands and then replace the shocks, both bumpers, and rock sliders. BTW, he keeps saying the lift comes with real coilovers...so are the factory coilovers. Maybe he just means these are ride height adjustable. I haven't heard what actual brand the 4WP shocks are, who makes them, and how much time went into tuning. Have to find out.

I keep coming back to REALLY wishing the factory disco sway bar was an option with SAS. A lot of money to get a Badlands to get it, then start adding modifications. :cautious:
Yes, You are correct. Technically from the factory they are coil overs, just not adjustable coil overs.
The 4WP one's are. I do not care for the flares or 4WP stuff in general, but that front bumper does look good, along with the wheels.
 

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I didn't like the flares initially in the accessory catalog, but like them a lot on the actual truck. They look like they give a ton of clearance...I might add them.
 

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I didn't like the flares initially in the accessory catalog, but like them a lot on the actual truck. They look like they give a ton of clearance...I might add them.
Personally, I'd prefer the Sasquatch flares. Plus, these are steel? Without additional reinforcement they could push in the fender if you got them hard up against a rock or tree. Think I'd rather have the plastic ones that would bend and give some. Guess we'll eventually find out how all these different things work.
 

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I don't like the flares, but I would like to see those rims in raw alloy. :giggle:

If you don't own a shop, how many people are going to buy a Badlands and then replace the shocks, both bumpers, and rock sliders. BTW, he keeps saying the lift comes with real coilovers...so are the factory coilovers. Maybe he just means these are ride height adjustable. I haven't heard what actual brand the 4WP shocks are, who makes them, and how much time went into tuning. Have to find out.

I keep coming back to REALLY wishing the factory disco sway bar was an option with SAS. A lot of money to get a Badlands to get it, then start adding modifications. :cautious:
Yeah I dont want to give up on the factory suspension. I have family in the design houses shocks and disco. Super torn between BD sas and BL non sas. I dont think I will change out any shocks unless its a Ford accessory kit. 36" super swampers is the biggest I will ever go while under warranty. But I would like to change a few chassis items. Like skids, bracing, suspension mounts do a bunch of stuff underneath to make it my own.
 

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Personally, I'd prefer the Sasquatch flares. Plus, these are steel? Without additional reinforcement they could push in the fender if you got them hard up against a rock or tree. Think I'd rather have the plastic ones that would bend and give some. Guess we'll eventually find out how all these different things work.
If you want to use your truck on trails they are setting yourself up to be pulling out the wallet for new fenders.
@goatman is on point again. Love that guy. Detailed, yet succinct technical opinions offered by a guy with experience. One day at KOH we are going to crush some beers.
 

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Yeah I dont want to give up on the factory suspension. I have family in the design houses shocks and disco. Super torn between BD sas and BL non sas. I dont think I will change out any shocks unless its a Ford accessory kit. 36" super swampers is the biggest I will ever go while under warranty. But I would like to change a few chassis items. Like skids, bracing, suspension mounts do a bunch of stuff underneath to make it my own.
36 is enough to deny your warranty claim, so why stop there?
 

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If you want to use your truck on trails they are setting yourself up to be pulling out the wallet for new fenders.
@goatman is on point again. Love that guy. Detailed, yet succinct technical opinions offered by a guy with experience. One day at KOH we are going to crush some beers.
Heck yeah! Find me in the Tech Tent most of the week, then in the motorhome in Hammertown Heights after hours. If you're racing, I'm there in the line up in the morning making sure your helmet strap is on, your hans is hooked up, and your belts are tight. Besides beer, I also always have good scotch and good drinking rum. 🍻 😁

And thanks for the kind words. Like in Jeeps, trying to add an experienced perspective. We have so much yet to learn on these Broncos, it's going to be fun and interesting.
 
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