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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?
Because its a Bronco?

I like it. Mostly impressed with rear articulation. But the front is nice.
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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!
There was another thread on this topic a few weeks ago. I really didn’t mean disrespect, hence “to each their own”. I should have been more clear I guess when I said Bronco I meant 6G. I’m aware early Gen Broncos were solid up front. Today it’s no secret a fundamental difference between the Jeep and Bronco is the front suspension. All I was saying is that for what I will use my Bronco for the IFS works better. I own a Jeep JL now and I like how the Bronco drives much better. Full disclosure I’m not one that is going to hugely modify my vehicle to do the extreme off road or rock crawling so if you are a SFA guy that’s great. To each their own. No saying it’s worse or better. The only experience I have to date is the off roadeo and I can’t see me doing anything more difficult that that so the IFS performed very well in that application to meet my needs. That’s all. I know it’s a passionate topic.
 

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Is it me or does it look like the hood is tweaked?
One step closer to making the new bronco a real bronco.

Next up: manual transfer case lever, window vents, and a v8.
You forgot removing all the electronics and LEDs.
 

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Nice job. His money. His bronco to do what he wants.
 

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One step closer to making the new bronco a real bronco.

Next up: manual transfer case lever, window vents, and a v8.
I love those old window vents. Miss having em in new vehicles.
 

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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.

According to his IG post before the one you posted, he plans on wheeling it. Not built just for SEMA.


 
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According to his IG post before the one you posted he plans on wheeling it. Not built just for SEMA.


That’s awesome. Def be watching we where they go. Trail Hero maybe?!
 

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There was another thread on this topic a few weeks ago. I really didn’t mean disrespect, hence “to each their own”. I should have been more clear I guess when I said Bronco I meant 6G. I’m aware early Gen Broncos were solid up front. Today it’s no secret a fundamental difference between the Jeep and Bronco is the front suspension. All I was saying is that for what I will use my Bronco for the IFS works better. I own a Jeep JL now and I like how the Bronco drives much better. Full disclosure I’m not one that is going to hugely modify my vehicle to do the extreme off road or rock crawling so if you are a SFA guy that’s great. To each their own. No saying it’s worse or better. The only experience I have to date is the off roadeo and I can’t see me doing anything more difficult that that so the IFS performed very well in that application to meet my needs. That’s all. I know it’s a passionate topic.
lot of people are hung up on what the Bronco was living in the past there was no Bronco last 25 years .
.Ford did not build the 6thG Bronco like it was or use to because they found out it was not as good or not as much of a market for it any more .There was
 

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Next - remove goat modes and place a manual transfer case stick.
 
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