2021 Base Bronco 2-Door. ICON leveling kit (prototype, available soon) with 35” Nitto Trail Grapplers on ICON Alloys. Having fun at Bronco Super Celebration West in Buena Vista, Colorado.
I like the spare
that’s correct. I fabricated some tabs that bolt in behind the bumper so I can flat tow. It’s temporary as it will be replaced by a steel bumper with integrated tabs soon. Worked and towed like a dream though.It looks like a custom flat tow bar set up.
I've always joked that I could run different wheels on each side of my vehicles and nobody would notice and you just proved that correct because I didn't notice until you mentioned itLOL the wheels and tires are loaners and they only had 4 also a sharp eye will notice there are different style wheels on either side.
Dusty, that seems like a stock plastic front bumper other than the flat-tow tabs? But you have the front armour plating, which in most catalogues says requires a metal bumper to attach! Which front skid plate is that (FORD, ARB, 4WP) and did you have to fabricate front attachment threads/holes, or were the attachment points already there?that’s correct. I fabricated some tabs that bolt in behind the bumper so I can flat tow. It’s temporary as it will be replaced by a steel bumper with integrated tabs soon. Worked and towed like a dream though.
from what I've read there is about a 1.5" difference, I don't have my Bronco yet so maybe that's not true, but I watched a few leveling videos. I think its why you can't get 37" on a Sasquatch unless you do it.OK, I’ll bite. How on earth is this considered a leveling kit if the normal bronco doesn’t have a rake. Leveling kits are for pick up trucks that come from the factory with a rake where the backend is higher than the front end. Hence “leveling”.