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That's pretty much how I went, as well! I used a +10mm offset. I think the "squat" remarks are due to an optical illusion created by the fender flares. The stock rear flares are a little lower than the front. In my case, measured with a ruler, it's even.

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Did you use a third brake light extender of some kind?
 

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Uhhhh... "car"? Let's keep the vernacular accurate my friend!
 

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How much overall lift from stock did you get out of it? I've got the level kit and different wheels, just waiting on the tires to come in.
 

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Just picked up the car this morning, and now I already moded it 🤣. 35inch Nitto Ridge Grappler tires with Fuel Ken Block wheels 17x9 with 1mm offset. And a rough country 1 inch leveling kit in the front. This is a non Sasquatch badlands. I think the stance is perfect.


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Looks nice. Judging by the background (Mt. Wilson?), somewhere near Pasadena?
Enjoy.
 

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Just picked up the car this morning, and now I already moded it 🤣. 35inch Nitto Ridge Grappler tires with Fuel Ken Block wheels 17x9 with 1mm offset. And a rough country 1 inch leveling kit in the front. This is a non Sasquatch badlands. I think the stance is perfect.


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Is this with the leveling kit or stock? Looks great man
 

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Just picked up the car this morning
Really? All I see is a truck here. What kind of car did you get?

Either way, looks great! Congrats :)
 

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nice. One advantage to not have a Bronco yet, get to see all the configuration changes and know what will work and how it will look.
 

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I think 17x9 0 offset is the perfect size - especially for sas or with a level kit
 

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I assume this is the grey finish, not the black?
 

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Just picked up the car this morning, and now I already moded it 🤣. 35inch Nitto Ridge Grappler tires with Fuel Ken Block wheels 17x9 with 1mm offset. And a rough country 1 inch leveling kit in the front. This is a non Sasquatch badlands. I think the stance is perfect.


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Very Nice...GittyUp!!!
 

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I'm wondering if my Badlands sasquatch needs the 1 inch leveling kit I bought prior to delivery. I honestly don't see much if any factory rake in it. May just hold off on putting the level kit on. Of course sometimes springs will settle over time so may need it down the road.
Here’s my badlands with no level lift just 35’s. I like his stance more with the leveling kit!

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That's pretty much how I went, as well! I used a +10mm offset. I think the "squat" remarks are due to an optical illusion created by the fender flares. The stock rear flares are a little lower than the front. In my case, measured with a ruler, it's even.

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Glad your right I have the same level lift to be put on.
 
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