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Almost all of know the difference between the two, but it’s always nice to see another video.

I read as much about these trims, as time will allow me; definitely did not know about the crash bar delete. It is concerning to me, as I wanted the Wildtrak for some of the options.
 

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Kind of torn on sasquatch vs base BL. The base BL looks like it has more lift due to the smaller tires which is a good look but at the same time those 35" tires look great.
 

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I read as much about these trims, as time will allow me; definitely did not know about the crash bar delete. It is concerning to me, as I wanted the Wildtrak for some of the options.
Ford has all kinds of federal design standards and crash tests they have to meet, the Ford lawyers are not going to let a design out of the factory that will bring liability lawsuits.

Here is the Ranger mod set of crash bars for larger tires.

@Rick Astley please tell us more about these.

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I love going through the comments and the first 9 comments are wildtrak orders and OP too lol. I am bummed wildtrak doesn't have rock crawl mode but there would be very few times I would need it anyway. Can't wait to get my bronco!!
 

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The seats are not navy pier, they are black onyx and sandstone. Also Wildtrack has body colored handles and a black chrome Bronco on the tailgate. It also has black rings on wheels. Disclaimer-I ordered a Wildtrack, so I am biased😮
We know, that is why we are laughing. :LOL:
 

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Welcome to the forum, what facts & fiction are you referring to?

the ones with the fiction high tail it out of town when they realize the sophistication and knowledge level of the Bronco6g membership, but we always hope for positive contributions.
Are you saying I'm sophisticated?
 

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I the video he did'nt mention the rock rails are standard on the Badlands
 

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Great videos @MitchellSWatts thank you and welcome to the largest B6G forum on the web. To clarify all the lift difference numbers being thrown around by BN, it is not a 1 1/2" lift between the Wildtrak/Sasquatch and Badlands.
Welcome to the forum @slypops what facts & fiction are you referring to?

The Bronco6g forum has sources everywhere and our information is vetted by multiple people to make sure it is only facts and not fiction. While we welcome @MitchellSWatts to the forum, he is just another salesperson, whom the forum has seen many come and go. The ones with the facts stick around, the ones with the fiction high tail it out of town when they realize the sophistication and knowledge level of the Bronco6g membership, but we always hope for positive contributions.
Are you saying I'm sophisticated?
After I posted, @MitchellSWatts deleted his post. I'm not sure why his videos are okay, he just got a few facts wrong like lift height and saying the SBD was available on the Wildtrak. @slypops even chimed to say he was his dealer.

In another thread, on one of his videos, he posted under a different user name, @StormTrooperBronco :unsure:

Update: @MitchellSWatts / @StormTrooperBronco did post an update but apparently the site admin saw this as advertising and deleted his posts as dealers are required to be a site sponsor for those activities.
 
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At 2:14 in the video...
Are the crash bars in front of the tire on non-sas Broncos removable by just taking out a couple bolts?
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