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I read on one of these threads that the Badlands suspension had more travel. Is travel reduced on the Sasquatch relative to Badlands to accommodate the 35s? Bigger bump stops or packer/spacer on the Sasquatch? I agree w/ Richtor that totally different hardware than the other models wouldn't make much sense.
 

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But they do realize people will add 35's and even 37's to the 2.3 manual setup, right? People also expect the engine tune for the 2.3 to be available in 2021 (or it better be available).
Do you plan to get the 2.3?
 

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So Im going to start my posting with a dumb af question... Does going to the squatch remove the sway-bar disconnect?
 

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So Im going to start my posting with a dumb af question... Does going to the squatch remove the sway-bar disconnect?
Not a bad question. No it does not. But you can only get sway disconnect in the badlands from what I’ve been told.

I originally thoughtsway disconnect was on the FE Wildtrak and Badlands.
 

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Not a bad question. No it does not. But you can only get sway disconnect in the badlands from what I’ve been told.

I originally thoughtsway disconnect was on the FE Wildtrak and Badlands.
Thanks for the reply. This is good to know. I don't have an interest in any other spec outside of the Badlands due to all of the stuff that comes with it standard and thought it'd be funny if the squatch removed the sb-disco as part of the suspension and tire changes. One less thing I'll have to buy aftermarket...
 

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I read on one of these threads that the Badlands suspension had more travel. Is travel reduced on the Sasquatch relative to Badlands to accommodate the 35s? Bigger bump stops or packer/spacer on the Sasquatch? I agree w/ Richtor that totally different hardware than the other models wouldn't make much sense.
The 35 hits the wheel well before the 33 does, limiting up travel.
 

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Not a bad question. No it does not. But you can only get sway disconnect in the badlands from what I’ve been told.

I originally thoughtsway disconnect was on the FE Wildtrak and Badlands.
Boy, you can bet someone will sell manual disconnects, if the price point is important..
 

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But they do realize people will add 35's and even 37's to the 2.3 manual setup, right? People also expect the engine tune for the 2.3 to be available in 2021 (or it better be available).
I would expect they know that....LOL But the flag for me is why? Most likely may stress the base gearing beyond warranty comfort levels?
 
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