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I want to make sure I am understanding. The “Fog Pocket Kit” is intended to fit in the space on the OEM heavy duty modular bumper. Is that correct? Seems like a dumb question, but the Baja Designs web site doesn’t exactly say that. For example, maybe it’s intended to fit the stock bumper. Another question for those that have installed Baja Designs stuff, is it fairly straight forward to install? In any case, I do like the Fog Pocket Kit. But I won’t be getting my WT until next year, so perhaps there will be others to chose from by then. Thanks, in advance, for answering my questions.
You are correct the website doesn’t specifically say it and may be it’s too presumptuous on my part to make that assumption but it seems to be the only logical conclusion otherwise I’m not sure what they are trying to sell us.
Like you I’m getting the Wildtrak in 2022 or whenever it’s ready so we shall see how it looks on the 2021 version.





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You are always so good with info, it is much appreciated. Members like you, and there are a few of them, are what make this site what it is. (y)
Wow. Thanks
I'm a total newb to off-roading, and this is the most attention I've paid to any vehicle. Not really a car guy at all. But it's been a fun ride so far, and I try to help where I can.
 

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Baja Designs lights are great, throw a ton of light, and their vehicle-specific applications rock (this was a collab with Rally Innovations)
HEY!!! Another Shadowblack RS owner in here.
 

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I'm a little bias towards BD because the ones I went with on my truck have been flawless. I could have went with their higher lumen-rated fog pocket kits for my Raptor, but I just wanted to get my feet wet...

For the Bronco I'm looking at the Roof Bar Kit(Linkable XL Sports), A-Pillar Kit(Squadron Sports), and the Reverse Kit w/o Plate(S1's). Also going for the Universal Rock Lights(Amber). Only thing that may change is if I go up in physical size on the A-Pillar Kit with XL Sports instead of the Squadron Sports. I doubt I will fill the voids on the modular front bumper because I'll be removing the end caps when off the beaten path...
 

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Please let me know if you guys have any specific questions that I can help answer. Stay tuned in the next week or so. We will be releasing a bunch of new info to help you guys make an educated decision on what to purchase. I definitely recommended signing up for our newsletter if you are interested in staying up to date with our movement.
Is this bar / lighting mount something that will be available? See circled in the picture. This would be something I’d be interested in and should serve my forward lighting needs without looking too obnoxious or intrusive.

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Is this bar / lighting mount something that will be available? See circled in the picture. This would be something I’d be interested in and should serve my forward lighting needs without looking too obnoxious or intrusive.

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This is one that we planned to develop, and are still interested in. We unfortunately have not been able to get our hands on a model that has the bull bar. Once we do, we will almost certainly be developing this kit.
 

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Can't wait for the SAE pocket fog lights! I picked up 2 Squadron Pro Spots to mount on my A-pillars last Black Friday. The rear tire mounted floods looks interesting too. Can you mount both S2s or S1s on it?
 

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Didn’t Baja put up a discount code on the site? Maybe we can all get together for a bull discount order
I just saw a discount code on another thread. Pretty sure it was their introduction to the forum
 

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Although I did, I assume not all potential customers will necessarily recognize the “upfitter” wiring style option as referring to what Ford told them are called “auxillary switches”.
Thanks for this info! I was wondering what the difference was and which I should order. Sounds like I need the upfitter.
 
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Sorry (not sorry) but this single bolt POS looks like over priced Pep Boys junk that would wiggle wobble all over and break off. No way I'm putting crap like this on my Bronco.
One of the reason I go with Rigid lights. Their mounts are much nicer and they do not use the lame plug harness on the 4 and 6 inch 360 lights.
 

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