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You do have to factor the ease of getting in those seats. The bigger or older the adult, the harder it will be to get in the back on the 2D.
Yes, but once you're back there, the leg room is the same. That's my only petty gripe. I think people already know it's much easier getting in through a door than behind the seat. But, ironically, it was their previous video with this same Bronco that showed me it was much easier getting into the back seat of the two-door than I thought it would be.

What he should be doing is telling you how much happier your back-seat companions will be in a two-door Bronco vs. the two-door Wrangler. :)





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Everyone notice the dirt between the fender and the fender flair after he removed it? That’s a little disconcerting. I can see that taking the finish off in no time. At least they come off so you can wash and wax behind there.
Crossed my mind as well, but think about all the SUV's with lower cladding, those things are surely caked underneath on top of the painted finish.
 

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Thanks, sounds like I may need to fabricate a plywood riser to make the whole back area flat for sleeping out in the back country. I probably will never take the doors off.
A riser would be great and you could install your own slide out tail gate in it! Or a storage drawer. That all adds to vehicle weight so using the lightest but strong materials is gonna be key. Looking forward to seeing how you lay it out.

Like you I will rarely take the doors off but will always have some or most of the roof off. I remember seeing pics of people sleeping in Bronco. I wonder how they managed the floor.
 

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Or a storage drawer.
The storage drawer is a fantastic idea. 4 inches is ample space to store all my fly fishing gear (y)
Should be on Ford's accessory list.
 
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The storage drawer is a fantastic idea. 4 inches is ample space to store all my fly fishing gear (y)
Should be on Ford's accessory list.
Yup, I'm a sports & event photographer, I wouldn't mind a pull our drawer with foam that I can cut to fit some of my camera gear (monopod, tripod, backup lens / camera)
 

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Anyone else notice that he said that there is no "Bring Your Own Device" Bar. Does this come with a certain package from what I understood it came standard.
 

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