EvlNvrDys

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I'm going to say this once and for all... YOU GUYS SUCK!!!

Every time I say to myself yeah I'll be ok w/o the squatch package... 33's will look nice... I come across another view of 35's and think... Damn that looks good.. I gotta go bigger! I present to you my future Bronco... coming to a mall in NJ near you 😁

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EvlNvrDys

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I thought I would be ok with the Ford wheels... I’m not so sure anymore.
I could probably be ok with the Ford wheels for awhile... but that damn Warn bumper is seriously calling my name. And the Mickey T's look sweet too. So many possibilities.. .can we just get the build and price tool already?
 

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I think they did a great job overall, especially with the 2 door...i do wish however they would have given the cargo area 8-10 more inches. As a Jeep LJ owner its just the right proportions, imo. The perfect jeep is the short produced LJ, 4 door is a no thank you and the 2 door just does not have the space to do anything. I know the 2 door Bronco has another 10 inches of cargo space over the Jeep and that's enough for me but i would prefer just a bit more. Keep in mind were all yet to see it in person.
 

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I could probably be ok with the Ford wheels for awhile... but that damn Warn bumper is seriously calling my name. And the Mickey T's look sweet too. So many possibilities.. .can we just get the build and price tool already?
What are the changes the painted wheels are going to match the paint on the Bronco? Is this a dramatized look, possibly an accessory option, or does painted wheel actually mean something other than black?
 

EvlNvrDys

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What are the changes the painted wheels are going to match the paint on the Bronco? Is this a dramatized look, possibly an accessory option, or does painted wheel actually mean something other than black?
If I had to guess, I'd say there's a slim chance that we see the wheels painted to match body color from Ford. Probably get the standard glossy black, matte black, steel & aluminum. But that's just me guessing.
 

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Ok, this just makes me conform if they don't offer a manual sasquatch I'm going to sell my factory badlands wheels/tires and get beadlockers with 35's right away.
 

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I grew up a fan of muscle cars. Pro-touring style more specifically. A lot of effort was generally made to make modifications look as clean and factory as possible while still appearing updated. I'm a much more recent entry into the world of 4x4s. Unpopular opinion: I don't know why but most aftermarket off-road stuff looks like hot garbage to me lol. Different market and mindset for mods I suppose.
 
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