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they ran 33's because that's the more standard off road package. Had they only ran squatch jeepers would comeback saying it was only able to do it with options etc.

The SAS won't loose any articulation over 33s.
 
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they ran 33's because that's the more standard off road package. Had the only ran squatch jeepers would comeback saying it was only able to do it with options etc.

The SAS won't loose any articulation over 33s.
Its been said previously that the sasquatch package will reduce articulation over the 33s.
 

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Not particularly impressed by the lack of articulation but i knew what to expect with IFS. Personally hoping some aftermarket long arms will help out. They did good for 33s though. 37s should be 👌
Don't think any of these disconnected their sway bar either.
Which would be consistent with the idea that they were trying to test with more standard options.
 

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Freaking awesome! Loved every second of it! It’s earning the street cred 😎
 

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Very cool to watch. I too, cringed when I heard the screeching on the skid plates. I've watched these videos in the past, and don't remember seeing anything less than a Rubicon or heavily modified Jeep or other vehicles run this trail.

I think Ford knows what they're doing.
 

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Nice to know the Bronco can crawl out of the parking garage rubble post apocalypse. That's the only situation that I can foresee subjecting a $50k-ish investment to that extreme, tortuous damage. Sure, it can keep on going after that but who wants to drive off from that day with a beat up brand-new vehicle. Seems more prudent to get an old gen Bronco, drop in a V8, lift it and put on 40's then bang on it all day long. Be much happier driving that kind of rig home with battle scars galore.
 

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Isn't the 4 Door spec'd as a Badlandlands on 33s with (Sasquatch Package) 4.7 final drive ratio and a Manual Transmission?

Maybe they're listening....
 
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