My wife got so mad when I started using my gold ring as a bottle opener. She quickly purchased an inexpensive titanium one for weekend tailgates so I wouldn’t mess up my “good” ring ?Hey, us married men carry a bottle opener where ever we go. No, not the wife, the wedding ring. I did buy a titanium one for a reason ya know.
Is anyone sure there isn't an opening at the bottom to retrieve the caps? There are so many assumptions made on this forum without anything to support them that I'm unconvinced until I see it.This is a great opportunity for ford to sell bronco branded magnets on a string to pull lost bottle caps out of the body
I do drink out of both but do prefer the taste of beer out of a bottle. Draft is better but I don't see a keg tap anywhere on the Bronco!
I thought they left that on the moon lol....... YET!.......
Once we get the twin pony keg isolation mounts and cooled box sorted out in the center compartment and backrest jockey box functioning to pour cold beer on the 8' stretched quad, i'll be working on a more portable setup for the back of a 2-door Bronco.
All controls are at the front and front brake only for simplicity.
I agree, it seems like they used the more seasoned and mature designers on the Sport. Most of what I have seen on the Sport is well thought out. The actual usefulness of the roll bar location is piss poor at best, especially for us that prefer the soft top. When the soft top of fully enclosed, it is going to be a multi-step process to even access this. Heck, I’m not even factoring in if the back is full of gear or the fun we’ll have with opportunistic mud daubers. Chalking this feature up as pure novelty.i actually prefer the location and design of the bottle opener on the sport... the design on the regular bronco looks like you could lose bottle caps down into the inside of the bar