MaverickMan

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Totally awesome. Exactly the type of trip I will be doing when I eventually get one.
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Wanted33

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I’ve been around. Been on the go. Then work. Getting ready to go into overtime mode. Saving up for next years big adventure!!

alaska!!! 🏔🏔
I understand kiddo. But, words of wisdon from an old man. "WORK" is a 4 letter word". :)
 

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Congrats. It’s nice to see you get your bronco. You wanted it more than me, and I got my 82 bronco from my father that he bought brand new. I’ve been lurking since res day, and I have to say that you kept thousands of us on track to keep on during the dark days. Thanks for the encouragement. I hope you have many journeys ahead.
 

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So I picked up my Bronco (Mae Pearl) on October 11. She had 70 miles on her from Dirt Mountain. Where I then after got on the interstate rolled down to Texas. I visited some friends along the way plus BodyGuard Bumper facility in Paris TX to check out their CAD images on the slim bumpers before SEMA.

I got my bronco from Roberts Motors in Alton. They were great to work it. Very communicative. I got my tow basket free from the Ford program too. I wish I would of done rock rails instead. Doing that next along with seeing the price of the steering upgrade.

Shorty after coming back from Texas I had a Moab trip planned the same week of SEMA. My good friend Kelly drove her JL we’re she exceeds over me was her 2.0 E-Torque engine has hybrid she can get some miles out of a tank of gas because of the hybrid parts she has on her Jeep. She had me by 100 miles give or take. My best fill up was in Denver I got 360 miles out of a tank. 18 MPGs was my average.

Otherwise my bronco had all the advantages out of the gate. I got a Big Bend Sasquatch, & she has a sport 4 door stock height on 33s no lockers.

We stayed at a place at the bottom of Hurrah Pass. Then we ran trails around that area. Took time getting in and out from Basecamp everyday. Not a place I’d want to drive in the dark. It was pitch black. So we were limited on time. We did however knock out Hurrah Pass, Chickens Corners, Jackson’s Hole Loop, & some trails in the Needles District. Then I did Onion Creek to La Sal. I also stopped and saw the Moab Off Roadeo location. Didn’t see anyone around so think they were in the trail already.

November 11 will officially 30 days of ownership. I’ve got about 4800 miles so far. I did my first oil change at 1500. The only issue I’ve had is my fob not detecting sometimes. I figure I’ll change the battery. My Mic 2.0 is perfect. No leaks, no strange patterns. I’ve ran it through the car wash twice now. No issues their either. I’ve only had my doors off once. I’ve not took the panels off at all yet. Weather not been the best or I’ve been on the road.


Bye the way I did put my Stig sticker in my bronco. I have a picture for reference. It’s on the passenger side, down by the shifter & the grab handle.

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Great Pics--- Spend a lot of time out there and still haven't seen everything. I'll use the 75 for hard/technical, but excited to cruise the scenic trails like this in the WT (WITH AC!!!!). EJS can't come soon enough!!
 

Broncofly

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So I picked up my Bronco (Mae Pearl) on October 11. She had 70 miles on her from Dirt Mountain. Where I then after got on the interstate rolled down to Texas. I visited some friends along the way plus BodyGuard Bumper facility in Paris TX to check out their CAD images on the slim bumpers before SEMA.

I got my bronco from Roberts Motors in Alton. They were great to work it. Very communicative. I got my tow basket free from the Ford program too. I wish I would of done rock rails instead. Doing that next along with seeing the price of the steering upgrade.

Shorty after coming back from Texas I had a Moab trip planned the same week of SEMA. My good friend Kelly drove her JL we’re she exceeds over me was her 2.0 E-Torque engine has hybrid she can get some miles out of a tank of gas because of the hybrid parts she has on her Jeep. She had me by 100 miles give or take. My best fill up was in Denver I got 360 miles out of a tank. 18 MPGs was my average.

Otherwise my bronco had all the advantages out of the gate. I got a Big Bend Sasquatch, & she has a sport 4 door stock height on 33s no lockers.

We stayed at a place at the bottom of Hurrah Pass. Then we ran trails around that area. Took time getting in and out from Basecamp everyday. Not a place I’d want to drive in the dark. It was pitch black. So we were limited on time. We did however knock out Hurrah Pass, Chickens Corners, Jackson’s Hole Loop, & some trails in the Needles District. Then I did Onion Creek to La Sal. I also stopped and saw the Moab Off Roadeo location. Didn’t see anyone around so think they were in the trail already.

November 11 will officially 30 days of ownership. I’ve got about 4800 miles so far. I did my first oil change at 1500. The only issue I’ve had is my fob not detecting sometimes. I figure I’ll change the battery. My Mic 2.0 is perfect. No leaks, no strange patterns. I’ve ran it through the car wash twice now. No issues their either. I’ve only had my doors off once. I’ve not took the panels off at all yet. Weather not been the best or I’ve been on the road.


Bye the way I did put my Stig sticker in my bronco. I have a picture for reference. It’s on the passenger side, down by the shifter & the grab handle.

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I was there just a couple months back, around the whole White Rim Trail then Chicken Corner the following day. Most EPIC!!! I want to go back and camp several days around the WRT. It took us about 9hrs and 120ish miles from our RV Park spot in Moab to do the whole thing. I think a Bronco camp and drive would be a great 4-5 day trip depending on how much hiking and camping someone wants to do.

Start of the White Rim
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The very end of Chicken Corner. 10 years ago we walked all the way around this narrow trail to the left.......leads to another amazing plateau and of course another spectacular view. The trails way too closed up now.......or my balls got a hell of a lot smaller.:LOL:
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Kenny H

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So I picked up my Bronco (Mae Pearl) on October 11. She had 70 miles on her from Dirt Mountain. Where I then after got on the interstate rolled down to Texas. I visited some friends along the way plus BodyGuard Bumper facility in Paris TX to check out their CAD images on the slim bumpers before SEMA.

I got my bronco from Roberts Motors in Alton. They were great to work it. Very communicative. I got my tow basket free from the Ford program too. I wish I would of done rock rails instead. Doing that next along with seeing the price of the steering upgrade.

Shorty after coming back from Texas I had a Moab trip planned the same week of SEMA. My good friend Kelly drove her JL we’re she exceeds over me was her 2.0 E-Torque engine has hybrid she can get some miles out of a tank of gas because of the hybrid parts she has on her Jeep. She had me by 100 miles give or take. My best fill up was in Denver I got 360 miles out of a tank. 18 MPGs was my average.

Otherwise my bronco had all the advantages out of the gate. I got a Big Bend Sasquatch, & she has a sport 4 door stock height on 33s no lockers.

We stayed at a place at the bottom of Hurrah Pass. Then we ran trails around that area. Took time getting in and out from Basecamp everyday. Not a place I’d want to drive in the dark. It was pitch black. So we were limited on time. We did however knock out Hurrah Pass, Chickens Corners, Jackson’s Hole Loop, & some trails in the Needles District. Then I did Onion Creek to La Sal. I also stopped and saw the Moab Off Roadeo location. Didn’t see anyone around so think they were in the trail already.

November 11 will officially 30 days of ownership. I’ve got about 4800 miles so far. I did my first oil change at 1500. The only issue I’ve had is my fob not detecting sometimes. I figure I’ll change the battery. My Mic 2.0 is perfect. No leaks, no strange patterns. I’ve ran it through the car wash twice now. No issues their either. I’ve only had my doors off once. I’ve not took the panels off at all yet. Weather not been the best or I’ve been on the road.


Bye the way I did put my Stig sticker in my bronco. I have a picture for reference. It’s on the passenger side, down by the shifter & the grab handle.

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Very pretty
 
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I was there just a couple months back, around the whole White Rim Trail then Chicken Corner the following day. Most EPIC!!! I want to go back and camp several days around the WRT. It took us about 9hrs and 120ish miles from our RV Park spot in Moab to do the whole thing. I think a Bronco camp and drive would be a great 4-5 day trip depending on how much hiking and camping someone wants to do.

Start of the White Rim
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The very end of Chicken Corner. 10 years ago we walked all the way around this narrow trail to the left.......leads to another amazing plateau and of course another spectacular view. The trails way too closed up now.......or my balls got a hell of a lot smaller.:LOL:
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Aww ya still got a few feet to walk around the ledge. It’s such a beautiful area. I def would love to come back to WRT and Beef Basin. Also Sego Canyon among my scenic list still!!
 
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Now thats a road trip! I swear I am going to take a month off work and go west when I get mine.
 

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So I picked up my Bronco (Mae Pearl) on October 11. She had 70 miles on her from Dirt Mountain. Where I then after got on the interstate rolled down to Texas. I visited some friends along the way plus BodyGuard Bumper facility in Paris TX to check out their CAD images on the slim bumpers before SEMA.

I got my bronco from Roberts Motors in Alton. They were great to work it. Very communicative. I got my tow basket free from the Ford program too. I wish I would of done rock rails instead. Doing that next along with seeing the price of the steering upgrade.

Shorty after coming back from Texas I had a Moab trip planned the same week of SEMA. My good friend Kelly drove her JL we’re she exceeds over me was her 2.0 E-Torque engine has hybrid she can get some miles out of a tank of gas because of the hybrid parts she has on her Jeep. She had me by 100 miles give or take. My best fill up was in Denver I got 360 miles out of a tank. 18 MPGs was my average.

Otherwise my bronco had all the advantages out of the gate. I got a Big Bend Sasquatch, & she has a sport 4 door stock height on 33s no lockers.

We stayed at a place at the bottom of Hurrah Pass. Then we ran trails around that area. Took time getting in and out from Basecamp everyday. Not a place I’d want to drive in the dark. It was pitch black. So we were limited on time. We did however knock out Hurrah Pass, Chickens Corners, Jackson’s Hole Loop, & some trails in the Needles District. Then I did Onion Creek to La Sal. I also stopped and saw the Moab Off Roadeo location. Didn’t see anyone around so think they were in the trail already.

November 11 will officially 30 days of ownership. I’ve got about 4800 miles so far. I did my first oil change at 1500. The only issue I’ve had is my fob not detecting sometimes. I figure I’ll change the battery. My Mic 2.0 is perfect. No leaks, no strange patterns. I’ve ran it through the car wash twice now. No issues their either. I’ve only had my doors off once. I’ve not took the panels off at all yet. Weather not been the best or I’ve been on the road.


Bye the way I did put my Stig sticker in my bronco. I have a picture for reference. It’s on the passenger side, down by the shifter & the grab handle.

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Lotsa pictures ... nice. :- )
 

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So I picked up my Bronco (Mae Pearl) on October 11. She had 70 miles on her from Dirt Mountain. Where I then after got on the interstate rolled down to Texas. I visited some friends along the way plus BodyGuard Bumper facility in Paris TX to check out their CAD images on the slim bumpers before SEMA.

I got my bronco from Roberts Motors in Alton. They were great to work it. Very communicative. I got my tow basket free from the Ford program too. I wish I would of done rock rails instead. Doing that next along with seeing the price of the steering upgrade.

Shorty after coming back from Texas I had a Moab trip planned the same week of SEMA. My good friend Kelly drove her JL we’re she exceeds over me was her 2.0 E-Torque engine has hybrid she can get some miles out of a tank of gas because of the hybrid parts she has on her Jeep. She had me by 100 miles give or take. My best fill up was in Denver I got 360 miles out of a tank. 18 MPGs was my average.

Otherwise my bronco had all the advantages out of the gate. I got a Big Bend Sasquatch, & she has a sport 4 door stock height on 33s no lockers.

We stayed at a place at the bottom of Hurrah Pass. Then we ran trails around that area. Took time getting in and out from Basecamp everyday. Not a place I’d want to drive in the dark. It was pitch black. So we were limited on time. We did however knock out Hurrah Pass, Chickens Corners, Jackson’s Hole Loop, & some trails in the Needles District. Then I did Onion Creek to La Sal. I also stopped and saw the Moab Off Roadeo location. Didn’t see anyone around so think they were in the trail already.

November 11 will officially 30 days of ownership. I’ve got about 4800 miles so far. I did my first oil change at 1500. The only issue I’ve had is my fob not detecting sometimes. I figure I’ll change the battery. My Mic 2.0 is perfect. No leaks, no strange patterns. I’ve ran it through the car wash twice now. No issues their either. I’ve only had my doors off once. I’ve not took the panels off at all yet. Weather not been the best or I’ve been on the road.


Bye the way I did put my Stig sticker in my bronco. I have a picture for reference. It’s on the passenger side, down by the shifter & the grab handle.

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Thanks for the update, Ashley! I have been following Mae Pearl's adventures on IG. Love all the photos. Glad you are getting some beautiful off-road time. Love your and Kelly's license plates. All the best, Debbie
 

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Nice Bronco and great trip! It's what we're planning when ours comes.
Did you get any artwork to commemorate the experience?
 
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