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Pretty funny dig with the no flannel comment! Good video, great looking truck!





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Nice job I thought climbing around the thing showing it off. Lots of digs on the B6G. ;):ROFLMAO:

Bronco Outlook or Vista not Bronco Knoll. ;);):ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
 
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He answered, somewhat, about the pic trail. Must come in the same package as the dash outlets.
It is part of the theory on the High Level Instrument Panel. Engineers and designers refer to the entire dash board as the Instrument Panel (IP). As drivers, we don't. Hence the confusion why some think it has to do with the instrument cluster. When in fact, it may be just as simple as being able to accommodate the Bring Your Own Device rail.
 

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Great video overall I think. This guy seems more "personable" or "likeable" compared to others in past videos. Probably helps he pokes fun at the flannel and even shares slight critique of what Ford has done.
 

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It is part of the theory on the High Level Instrument Panel. Engineers and designers refer to the entire dash board as the Instrument Panel (IP). As drivers, we don't. Hence the confusion why some think it has to do with the instrument cluster. When in fact, it may be just as simple as being able to accommodate the Bring Your Own Device rail.
Thanks for the description, although I dislike snowing "small" like that being high end. That though, should be an easy aftermarket item. Buuut, if electric then those parts might be "needed".
 

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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.
 
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Great vid.
 

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Thanks for the description, although I dislike snowing "small" like that being high end. That though, should be an easy aftermarket item. Buuut, if electric then those parts might be "needed".
Keep in mind that it is only a theory. Back when the "It's a Steal" deal was taken away from us, I tried to do some digging to find the attribution. While doing so, there were a number of videos that I watched with the designers and engineers and they kept repeatedly referring to the dashboard as the IP. And then it clicked whereas us drivers don't refer to it as such, but they were rather comfortable doing so. There has been speculation what the HLIP refers to. And I concluded that the design team is just referring to the functionality of the dash as one can accommodate the accessories and the other can't.
 
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