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A group of Bronco owners met at Ol'Florida Offroad Park in Mt. Dora Florida over the past weekend.

There were a few members of the forum at the event I would love to tag everyone but I only know everyone's real name, I can't remember everyone's screen name.

I cannot say enough good things about Ol'Florida! They are such an amazing group and treated everyone like family. The park is huge 3,000+ acres. Lots of great trails and man made obstacles.

Their next event is over the weekend of 1/28/22. Check it out here:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/olflorida-new-year-at-olflorida-off-road-park-tickets-181386340427

*What we learned:
We need metal skid plates
We need rock sliders
We need throttle control


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Dang, when I climbed Mt. Dora last year, all I got was this lousy T-shirt

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In all seriousness, you guys did an excellent job simulating elevation gain/loss with those jersey barriers, considering the natural terrain.
 
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Awesome!!! Just picked up my rig two days ago and this will definitely be on the list for me next year!! Cant wait to see more Broncos in packs on the trails.
 

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Definitely an awesome time had by all! Trail turn assist really came in handy on the last trail called Blue Rhino. The jeep had to back up several times and I was able to make the turn in one shot. The capability in the Broncos astounds me sometimes. It is one thing to watch it on video but totally another to actually do it.
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Learn to master the gear selector by your thumb. Manually dropping it into 1st will REALLY help with throttle control. The 10 speed loves to bump you up to 2nd or 3rd gear at the worst possible time and will make your actions seem really jerky.

I dented the bottom of my truck bed in my Ranger Tremor before I learned just how important manually selecting first gear is. Ive always off-roaded with a standard trans.
 

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Next time can all of us who don't have our Broncos show up and walk the trail behind you, Monty Python style?
 

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Really should learn left foot braking, then practice, practice.
 

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Really should learn left foot braking, then practice, practice.
I ended up trying out the one pedal feature and found it to work smoothly.
 
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