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..."Dana-supplied front and rear solid axles"...
Just curious, what does that have to do with removing doors and top? I'm missing something.
 

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Just curious, what does that have to do with removing doors and top? I'm missing something.
Nothing. But the way that read to me, given the context in which it was used (that the Bronco is more like the Wrangler than anything else Ford offers), is that the Bronco has a solid front axle...which, as we all know, it does not.

That the author wrote it taints everything else that is written...
 

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Nothing. But the way that read to me, given the context in which it was used (that the Bronco is more like the Wrangler than anything else Ford offers), is that the Bronco has a solid front axle...which, as we all know, it does not.

That the author wrote it taints everything else that is written...
Got it, so your response was to the article...which I just glanced through. Makes sense to me now.
 

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its interesting to see the comparison between the hood in the jeep and the bronco.

can any car people confirm that the bronco would have more "engine space" than the wrangler or is it just an optical illusion?
 

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Bust out the Makita?

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Milwaukee is the only brand to use.
 

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its interesting to see the comparison between the hood in the jeep and the bronco.

can any car people confirm that the bronco would have more "engine space" than the wrangler or is it just an optical illusion?
I think that is just an illusion, because the wheel wells are there on both. The Wrangler just doesn't have its hood cover the wheel wells as much.
 

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The ease of flare removal on the Bronco sounds most excellent, especially for those who want to offroad without spending $$$ on aftermarket steel/aluminum flares.
 

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..."Dana-supplied front and rear solid axles"...
It's a misplaced modifier. It's not incorrect, but it is confusing. Editor should have caught it and it should have read, "front axles and rear solid axles are supplied by Dana"

The classic example:
“One morning I shot an elephant in my pajamas. How he got in there, I don’t know.”
 

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I would recommend anyone getting a Bronco to pick up one of these, before your Truck arrives. It is the handiest tool to remove and reinstall body parts.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwauk...ss-3-8-in-Ratchet-Tool-Only-2457-20/203111681

I like what I see with the Bronco doors. I'm looking forward to removing them. My Gladiator doors do take a little more work to remove. After you do it once or twice, it is a pretty fast process. But the Bronco looks even easier. I do like the Jeep's window frame. That is how I hang them in the garage. Not sure how I will store the Bronco doors.

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