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How do you know the paint wore off and someone didn't scrape it?
Because I've seen the same issue on the cactus gray 4DR that was at a hotel parking lot somewhere in PA and tweeted Levine about it.





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Totally off topic, but there are bronco bolts on the tailgate hinge. Hmmm.
 

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Once parts become available, what are the odds that you could retrofit these into a lower model?
Once upon a time you had to make adjustments to power to keep turn signals working when switching to other than incandescent.
 

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I'm also not a fan of this style of housing. Projectors give a far superior beam pattern.
These are projectors , just in a round housing . Look at the closeup and you can see the two separate lenses .
 

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It is on Ford's website! Go to Big Bend's trim page, and look under "Safety" drop down. I'd screenshot it but I don't know how cuz I'm using a Mac lol.
Thanks for the info, I was looking in the package section but it was in safety which I guess makes sense. I don’t get why it’s Big Bend only, I feel like it would of made more sense for the BD. I understand those lights help separate the higher trims from the lower trims. BB seems like an odd choice to have it as the only model to get it as an option.

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Thanks for the info, I was looking in the package section but it was in safety which I guess makes sense. I don’t get why it’s Big Bend only, I feel like it would of made more sense for the BD. I understand those lights help separate the higher trims from the lower trims. BB seems like an odd choice to have it as the only model to get it as an option.

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Their website does list the BB as the trim with more "creature comforts" and Black Diamond as more of the specifically "off-roading" trim. But they might as well just made it optional for BD too. It could always change though.
 

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Are the led taillights trim specific or do they come with say the mid package?
 

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It is on Ford's website! Go to Big Bend's trim page, and look under "Safety" drop down. I'd screenshot it but I don't know how cuz I'm using a Mac lol.
Command + Shift + 4 I believe
 

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These are projectors , just in a round housing . Look at the closeup and you can see the two separate lenses .
The Bronco LED headlights (both Signature and regular) are reflector. Presumably the top set of reflectors is high beams, and the bottom set low beams. There's no projector lens in sight.
 

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