Black Diamond Bronco Thread

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judging by the 360 view pictures the BD looks miles better than BB seating. The cloth seats to me just look cheap. I have seen and felt the mgv in person and it is excellent.
Thanks. That is good to hear. My mom got a Jetta last fall and their fake leather felt really nice. I'm hoping this is better. Of course, I was kind of ok with the vinyl in my old '79 CJ.





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Stupid question..

I’ve been building out 2 door BB vs 2 door BD, both squatch. I can’t figure out why you can add the roof rails and sound deadening to the HT to the BB but you can’t add the sound deadening to the BD?
If the BD is the step up in trims why couldn’t you add this simple feature?
Things that make you go huh...
The F150 Raptor has C rated tires.
I'm starting to wonder if the Sasquatch Bronco is the same.
A C rated 35" tire on the Bronco would explain the strict weight limitations.
 

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The F150 Raptor has C rated tires.
I'm starting to wonder if the Sasquatch Bronco is the same.
A C rated 35" tire on the Bronco would explain the strict weight limitations.
That makes sense but it wouldn’t explain why I can add both roof rails and sound deadening to the squatch BB 2 door but I can’t add them both to the squatch 2 door BD
Same tires same wheels, same height, basically same rig but different trim levels
It’s weird and I think Ford should explain these goofy ass nuances... most likely they have their reasons- cool but explain them to your consumers
 

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my only problem with rock rails are they prevent the side tubes. If I could have both I’d just add the $395 factor steps. The one you posted is nice but is more expensive than Fords rails and steps combined.
My sons 7 and will have to learn to climb if I can’t get steps, my mothers 80 so I may have to pick her up. Honestly it could be a moot point by the time I actually get into one. Lol
maybe something like this may work.
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Still gets the grabber ATx no matter what rim you go with.
Do you have a source for that? Of course B&P says it comes with a mud tire.

Also, the standard steelie is 17" x 7.5"....have we seen any official reference to the WIDTH of the aluminum optional wheel?

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I am getting BD but I need more stats on ride heights to know if I am doing the sasquatch or not.
I do not want the extra weight of 35" tires... I also know that mud tires are dog shit on wet pavement and in snow.

I do not care about the extra locker - however I want to know just how many inches taller the sas suspension is vs the normal BD suspension
I know that sasquach is
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https://www.rockhard4x4.com/product_p/rh-90104.htm

This was posted on another thread but this is what I'm hoping gets made for Bronco.
That would be nice.
 

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Do you have a source for that? Of course B&P says it comes with a mud tire.

Also, the standard steelie is 17" x 7.5"....have we seen any official reference to the WIDTH of the aluminum optional wheel?

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It’s the only tire listed for the BD other than the Sasquatch tires.
 

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understood....but if you bring up the B&P info for these wheels, it lists "mud terrain as the standard tire"
 

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Where? The tire on the left? Click on it once, it adds Sasquatch. And I really wish everyone (including Ford) would stop advertising those tires as “mud terrain”. They are a multi terrain, or hybrid, or if you go by Goodyear’s description, “Maximum Traction”.
Not yelling at you @Carolina Jim , just irritating that they keep advertising it as something it’s not.
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Couldn't find any picture of 2DR in my current color dilemma.
So did some dirty photoshop to save myself.

Too dirty and inaccurate for most. But some might find it helpful?
Just wanted to share...


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Those look great. I don't know how long that takes, but if it's quick and you have time and you're feeling gracious, etc., would you mind doing CO and AMB?
 

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