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Looks like some people put some good stuff on there and then they went to AutoZone and went nuts on cheap bling.
This guy who parked at my farm stand couldnt find anymore places to put LEDs so he put some fake scoops on and tucked em inside.

All jokes aside, it was a cool Jeep. I would do some things different but he or she obviously loved it.
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man oh man...I can't wait to see all the cool new Broncos running around in the near future!
 

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My understanding has always been that fenders serve a safety purpose and catch flying debris kicked up by the tires. Being a cyclist too - I see too many 'trucks' on the road with over-extended wheels that can and do shoot gravel to cyclists nearby and potentially causing injury.
 

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My understanding has always been that fenders serve a safety purpose and catch flying debris kicked up by the tires. Being a cyclist too - I see too many 'trucks' on the road with over-extended wheels that can and do shoot gravel to cyclists nearby and potentially causing injury.
They also prevent vehicles from driving up and over objects and other vehicles during a collision. They can mean the difference between someone bouncing off a Jersey barrier and launching themselves over it into oncoming traffic.
 

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Official email came in from Ford Horizons for the event invitation. Registered for the live Q&A as well and got confirmation.
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First real life look at Bronco Badlands Sasquatch 2-Door Concept! Thanks to @iLata

Updated with specs:

Project Info:

Base Vehicle 2021 Ford Bronco Badlands Sasquatch 2-Door • 2.7L V6 EcoBoost engine • 10-speed automatic transmission

Chassis 4WP 2” adjustable Performance Suspension (2.5 Forged Performance Series front and rear coilover shocks / Performance Series upper control arms)

Wheels and Tires Fuel Off Road Warp Beadlock (17” x 9”) wheels • Nitto Trail Grappler M/T (315/70/17) tires

Exterior:
Ford HD Modular front bumper customized for winch application • Ford custom rear bumper • Ford custom weekender front and rear fenders • Ford custom door replacement panel • Ford modified Badlands grille • Ford custom trail sights • Ford rock sliders with custom stirrup • Ford custom ‘soundwave’ graphics • WARN Industries Xenon 10S winch • RIGID lights • Bestop Trektop soft top roof with sides removed • GoPro Max • HiLift jack • Ford Bronco dune flag mounted on custom bracket

Interior:
Ford Accessories (Soundbar on rear header by Harman / Off-road assistance kit by DC Safety / First Aid kit by DC Safety / Premium organizer kit by DC Safety) • Ford Bronco custom colored bolt heads • Ford custom 3D printed interior grab handles • Fire extinguisher • Ford custom BYOD bar with custom items • Marmot bags and tent

Built by: Special Projects, Inc. Plymouth, MI



Info from press release thread: https://www.bronco6g.com/forum/thre...-auto-nights’-sema-show-special-webcast.9003/
  • The Ford Bronco Badlands Sasquatch 2-Door Concept reveals Bronco’s modularity. This concept is built around one of the Bronco program’s customer-use scenarios, in which a comfortable Monday through Friday Bronco is converted for a weekend of extreme off-roading, and then back to stock Badlands spec for the week ahead. Instead of the potential damage to Bronco’s factory-equipped body parts, Bronco brand’s Built Wild innovative design process enabled the concept to have swappable front fenders and rear quarters. Easy to install before a trail ride, and removable, these concept accessory parts are made from robust and impact-ready materials that replace stock painted parts. And for a throwback cue to the first-generation Bronco U13 Roadster model, the Bronco features a tough stepover replacement panel for maximum thrill and open-air feeling instead of traditional doors. 3D-printed titanium parts strip weight and increase strength.


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Bring it!
 

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(In its defense, they nailed the SEMA look.)
Needs huge MONSTER claw marks on the hood and an OAKLEY FACTORY PILOT stick on tint on the windshield.
 

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I think the fenders look great and actually prefer them to the stockers. It excites me the amount of stuff will be out there for personalizing our rigs. It’s the reason why I don’t fret about factory offerings.
Happy to see someone gets it. So many people with no imagination. If they could get it from the factory the way they wanted it, they would get board very quickly.
 

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Official email came in from Ford Horizons for the event invitation. Registered for the live Q&A as well and got confirmation.
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Can you provide a link to the registration please..
 

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This concept has “stirrups” added to the rock rails for the purpose.

idk on a timeline, but eventually Ford or Ford performance will add them as an accessory
Seen some on a TREMOR we are "proving out" so probably in the works
Gotcha, thanks. So without the stirrups the rock rails don’t really have enough of a lip to help little kids get in?
Maybe with MONKEY TOES but not with any kids I know
 

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This guy who parked at my farm stand couldnt find anymore places to put LEDs so he put some fake scoops on and tucked em inside.

All jokes aside, it was a cool Jeep. I would do some things different but he or she obviously loved it.
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Betcha he doesn't get any negatives about his hood hold down blocking his LEDs
 

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