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Update....mine arrived today...not even a week between order and delivery
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Curious how long it took you to receive your Broncover?? I ordered mine on April 20 and every week I get the same canned response that they are expecting mine next week or mine is next to ship etc etc. Tomorrow is week 5 since my order. I typically view that as a scam, but it seems like enough people up here have them.
Apologies again for the delay, yours shipped last week if I remember correctly. We sold nearly 4 times as many covers the week we launched the light bar versions and it did push us back quite a bit. We are all caught up now though. Oldest pending order is 2 weeks out currently.
 

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Does anyone have storage dimensions for the 2-door Rain Gear cover and Broncover?

I really liked my Jeep's mopar cover because it folded into a square that easily fit into the foot well behind the driver's seat. It took no storage space away from the "bed" in the back and stayed relatively concealed in the foot well.

Neither the Rain Gear site, nor the Broncover site list dimensions of their covers when they're in their storage bags. The Broncover storage bag honestly looks pretty big and loud. It's just begging to get stolen while the top's off...

If you have one of these covers and wouldn't mind measuring, I'd really appreciate it. Thanks!
 

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I ditched the full cover $80 Amazon cover which was already tearing and threads coming apart after 6 months and picked up a Broncover which I’ve been using every night since I got it. Perfect fit, high quality and I can get it on in 10 mins or less. At first I was searching for parts on frame to clip but the rock rails make it tough and I was getting dirty getting on the ground looking for anchor points so I’m now clipping it to the sas fenders, my steps and back bumper underside edge. Put the pole in tonight because expecting some rain. No complaints except I wonder how long the plastic clips will last. Maybe a rubber coated aluminum clip would be better. I did like that the Amazon cover covered all the paint but makes it more bulky and heavy

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Curious for everyone’s updates here who purchased either the broncocover or the rain gear versions? Pros cons?
 

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Tent pole is installed.

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I see the Broncover is for use with top off only. Rain Gear seems to have one for when you’re leaving the tops on. My use case is for a Bronco with top on and Trailrax/Pax. I’m thinking I’d like to keep the doors off in the summer when parking at work but want to keep any unexpected storm water out. Any chance this is the right solution?

Thanks for any insight. This is the first vehicle where taking the top or doors off is even an option.
 

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I ditched the full cover $80 Amazon cover which was already tearing and threads coming apart after 6 months and picked up a Broncover which I’ve been using every night since I got it. Perfect fit, high quality and I can get it on in 10 mins or less. At first I was searching for parts on frame to clip but the rock rails make it tough and I was getting dirty getting on the ground looking for anchor points so I’m now clipping it to the sas fenders, my steps and back bumper underside edge. Put the pole in tonight because expecting some rain. No complaints except I wonder how long the plastic clips will last. Maybe a rubber coated aluminum clip would be better. I did like that the Amazon cover covered all the paint but makes it more bulky and heavy

Ford Bronco Broncover vs RainGear Trail Cover 20230910_184712
Has this still been working well with rain and whatnot? It’s so expensive but I do need something I can trust overnight in a pinch. Or maybe does a couple nights here or there.
 
 


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