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618TRVLWILD

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No thanks. To each their own I guess. I like Bronco because …well it’s a Bronco not a Jeep.
I’m curious to see what they do after SEMA. If it’s going to go rock crawling or not. I’m also not into SAS. I’m glad to be getting IFS.
 

Frankie945

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Wonder why the went with radius arms over 3 or 4 linking it. Nothing to mount the upper control arms too?
 

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I wonder how much $$$ they have in this
 

RubyRedGT

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Yep. Looks to have as much flex as the Jeep TJ that I used to have on custom long arms. I'm keeping my Bronco as IFS.
 

AK SNO RIDER

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No thanks. To each their own I guess. I like Bronco because …well it’s a Bronco not a Jeep.
Seeing as the original Broncos were solid axle, what exactly makes a SAS'd 6g a Jeep?

Side note- finally an opportunity to use SAS for what it really means- Solid Axle Swap!
 
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