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Daily Driving: What addition to your Bronco do you use most?

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Do these rattle off road? Seems like there are no attachment straps in the front. I use separate molle bags (have lower and upper molle panels in the back) which helps segregate the crap I keep there.
So far in multiple trips to and from the grocery store they have been quiet. Only had them on for a few days. I did have to shorten the lower attachment straps because even all the way tight they were still very loose on the roll bar. Top straps go around the speaker and are fine. They do hold quite a bit of stuff. Jump pack, sinch strap, wrench set, code reader, multiple hand tools, etc... Will have to see in the future how they stay in place. Only do beach driving and some forest/logging roads so nothing too extreme. Just like how they free up the cargo space in the back.
 

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Rhino RB boards…
x2 for running boards if you don’t have them already. I also have the RB20 slim lines and like them a lot. Good size step for me and my boys use them to climb into the back seat of our 2 door. No rocks in the Great Lakes to crawl (mostly) but these will protect the rockers from large debris, stones, and brush.
 

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The Steeda clutch spring is pretty dang wonderful, but my No. 1 has to be the AMP Powersteps.
Does it make the clutch stiffer or softer? One thing I don't like about the clutch is how long the throw is but don't think there is anyway around that.
 

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Did you mount a new camera for the rear view or somehow use the factory one.
 

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Rock Slide Eng. Steps. I use them everyday.
 

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Does it make the clutch stiffer or softer? One thing I don't like about the clutch is how long the throw is but don't think there is anyway around that.
hmmmm.. Interesting question. I actually had to run an errand while the spring assembly was out of the car, and it was definitely softer.
With the Steeda spring installed, it is clearly between the stock spring and no spring. I can feel the engagement of the clutch in the clutch pedal. I find the feel as like every other stick shift vehicle I have owned, and I’ve owned a bunch. I used to find the stock Bronco pedal feel as stiff and “numb”.

With the big ratio gap between 1st and 2nd, I always had difficulty launching without jerking and lurching. No more!
The truck still has a very long throw; to launch, the pedal must be pushed nearly to the floor. For 1-2, 2-3, and up a half stroke seems to work just fine..
All-in-all, the Bronco is MUCH more pleasurable to drive with the Steeda.
 

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Padded console cover makes the biggest day to day driving difference for me. For some reason, the way my elbow rests on it, it was uncomfortable. I figured the $20 on the Mabbett version was cheaper and easier than having my elbow relocated!
 

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I have got my Bronco to where I need it for my off-road use case. (Camping, fishing.)

I do Daily Drive my Bronco as probably most of us do and I am curious to see what addition to your Bronco do you use most that is focused for the on-road experience.

Simpler the better but whatever you think was a smart upgrade
Ford Performance Tune. Use it every time I push the pedal down. Best upgrade period!
 

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Do these rattle off road? Seems like there are no attachment straps in the front. I use separate molle bags (have lower and upper molle panels in the back) which helps segregate the crap I keep there.
I have similar ones from Bestaoo that only have 3 straps rather then 4:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0BBKTTG7S/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o08_s00?ie=UTF8&th=1

The bags themselves do not rattle, but since mine are full of loose tools, a hatchet, folding shovel, etc, the stuff inside rattles.
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