The Breezeway is at 143lbs. So, yeah, 3 lbs over the dynamic if IIRC. I gave up on the factory rack a long time ago and just accepted I was going to have to go aftermarket so my memory may be off on the rating. I'd love for whatever reinforcement the aftermarket comes up with for the top itself to allow the use of the factory rack since it looks so good tho.Just looked up the 23ZEROs out of curiosity and the 62 is too heavy for the Bronco
The rear has the filler/spacer that we've seen before on the squatch. The Front appears to actually hang out wider, but The taper on the flare makes the transition appear pretty natural.Did anyone notice the bumper widths align with wider fender flares over tires. Will these be the same bumpers with less wide flares? Otherwise they have different bumper widths to go with sasquatch vs. non.
Good info.Video states that rig has Sasquatch package, aftermarket wheels, and 35” tires. I agree that the tires fit very snug in the wheel wells on this rig more so than other Sasquatch/35” combos we’ve seen. I believe it just the deeper lugs on the tire and offset making wheels stick out a little further on this one though. I think it looks great personally.
Pretty cool it fits a 63! I figured it'd be too longFWIW... the Fridge is an ARB Classic Series II 63qt, on what looks like a standard ARB slide. The Load shelf does not look like it would fit a 50qt ARB fridge. But its a good option to use the 63qt. Looks like there is also plenty of room left in the rear as well which is good.
I'm digging the load space area main elements. The tail gate table needs to be a solid table though, and open grid would suck in the real world.
I was going to say 110, yeah, but I see you figured it outThe Breezeway is at 143lbs. So, yeah, 3 lbs over the dynamic if IIRC. I gave up on the factory rack a long time ago and just accepted I was going to have to go aftermarket so my memory may be off on the rating. I'd love for whatever reinforcement the aftermarket comes up with for the top itself to allow the use of the factory rack since it looks so good tho.
Edit: Crap. The dynamic is even lower than I remember at 110 lbs. Explains why they went with that small Yakima at 101 pounds.
$800 warn zeon10s winch? Tell me where I can buy it that cheap so I can buy a few of them. Also, don't forget the winch mount & bull bar being extra $.Well, the fridge/freezer is $1,200, the top tray will be about $400, then $2,000 for the tent, another $500 to make it latch to the rack. $600 in external lighting, $800 for the winch, $3,500 for wheels and tires (on top of Squatch), Maybe $400 for the window shields, possibly $500 for the roto-trax interior latching system.
Didn't include any of the radio stuff, air compressor, items to use with roto, etc.
Nah, your OTD price should be pretty close to invoice price, plus another $200+ a month for the accessories (that's over $10,0000).
Yes!! That colourI was pretty sold on Cactus Grey, but Area 51 looks similar to Land Rover Defender Arles Blue, which is one of my favorite Landy colors.
I'm a big fan of them too, I know Ford is listening so please make them a reality!I am over the moon about the rear window blackouts. Best idea. Keep from breaking windows and also keeping things inside more private. Nice one Ford. I'd be happy if this became a reality.
The base BL 2.3t/7m already has 4.70 gears. Nice when adding 35's laterBloody Awesome!!! Standard suspension with 35's looks badass. I prefer it over the Sasquatch lifted version....but I'll miss those 4.70 gears.
FORD: Let us choose whatever gears we want from the factory! Pretty Please.