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No, and welcome to the forum.

any mention of SFA vs IFS outside of its designated forum gets you this...

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Thanks for the warm welcome. Not saying either or is better just my opinion on what it looks like ! Either way this bronco has me thinking about ditching the mustang. Which i never thought i'd never do ! All aboard the HYPE train.



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I know this isn't the place, buy he may be on to something:
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there is some artifacts in there that line up with something different than a traditional IFS and that silver LCA 'bar' just seems...off/not normal.
Most likely just beefed up independent control arms. Unless it has rockwells under it ! lol.
 

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I'd have walked up on that thing with mirrors on my feet and a telephoto lens for creeper shots of the undercarriage. Even a CPL filter to shoot through glass.

They wouldn't like me at all hahaha
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I was pixel peeping that as well. If you blink or squint just right...It looks like some square tubing that's well in front of the control arm, blocking it from view.

Then my brain goes back to really long lower control arm.
I'm with the square tubing thing. Seems to me to be to far forward in comparasion to the centerline of the wheel. Like we saw on some other camo drivers, there to mount sensors/transmitters on.
 

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Thanks for the warm welcome. Not saying either or is better just my opinion on what it looks like ! Either way this bronco has me thinking about ditching the mustang. Which i never thought i'd never do ! All aboard the HYPE train.
Just giving you a heads up 😂😂
 

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I know this isn't the place, buy he may be on to something:
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there is some artifacts in there that line up with something different than a traditional IFS and that silver LCA 'bar' just seems...off/not normal.

Going back through some old posts I found this ...….

This appears to be are the rear of the front wheel but I think its the same as the one in the front . Maybe crash/ impact / safety stuff ???
 

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IMHO it's just structure for mounting test components and cables. I design this type of thing where I work, as I'm within one of the several Applied Mechanics Groups for the company that I work for.
 

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IMHO it's just structure for mounting test components and cables. I design this type of thing where I work, as I'm within one of the several Applied Mechanics Groups for the company that I work for.
You do that kind of stuff at the Vatican? Who knew? 🤷‍♂️
 

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I welcome the location of the antenna. My F150 fender is all bent up where the antenna is mounted.
 

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Must never have looked under a four-wheel drive Trophy Truck.
 

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