Bronco Built-in Cooler

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This came in handy for me yesterday visiting family. Even has a drain plug!

I'm in the mountains running trails often during summer/fall so this will be very convenient when getting back to my Bronco after a long run.



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The cooler is great. I wonder about the proximity to the muffler.
 
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The cooler is great. I wonder about the proximity to the muffler.
Not a factor at all for me yesterday. I put the drinks/ice in for a road trip and 4 hours later drinks still cold. Ice was about half melted, but just fine. Pulled the drain plug when I got home and drained the water. So convenient!
 

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I hope that’s true during summer in Georgia.
 

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haha, not bad!
But anyone ever trying to open a bottle on that silly opener will have to pay for repainting my roll bar, LOL. I'm gonna mount a fire extinguisher over it before anyone can find it. Can't open a beer with a lighter or key, buy cans or dink water... :ROFLMAO:
 

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I long for the day when I finally take delivery so I can get excited about every part of my Bronco. I'm jealous of these types of videos
 

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next time, put Ice AND smaller gel ice packs!
 

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next time, put Ice AND smaller gel ice packs!
Frozen bottles of water are great for "dry" ice in Yeti coolers as well. Just takes an evening worth of prep.
 

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Not being a smart ass but why wouldn’t you just pack a cooler? 😆

Seems like more of a cool party trick than anything else. Just like the bottle opener!
 
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Not being a smart ass but why wouldn’t you just pack a cooler? 😆

Seems like more of a cool party trick than anything else. Just like the bottle opener!
For my typical use, it's perfect.

I simply toss a few bottles of water and Gatorade in along with ice or a frozen gel pack. I'm an ultra runner and this is super convenient before and after my run in the mountains. Sure, I could pack a cooler, but this is way more convenient for me.
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