First (Actual) 2021 Bronco U725 Prototype SPIED!!

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I get the appeal. I just find it equally appealing something silent can be so extreme.
To each his own tbh. If we were all the same, be communistic and no one likes Communists

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Haven't been to Hershey since I was 14-15

Damn, 31 now, that was ages ago!
 

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Around Houston the ratio of 2 door to 4 door Jeeps has to be about 95 to one. I see 4 doors all the time. A 2 door is very rare and then they are mostly older versions pre 4 door.
 

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In terms of practicality the 4dr will always win. Unless you are building a dedicated trail rig then I would just go with a 4 door. This is not considering looks etc just based on having extra room for passengers and daily use which is my main purpose then wheeling on the side.
 

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In terms of practicality the 4dr will always win. Unless you are building a dedicated trail rig then I would just go with a 4 door. This is not considering looks etc just based on having extra room for passengers and daily use which is my main purpose then wheeling on the side.
But then not everyone drives with a full vehicle.

I can count on my hand the # of times I had more than another person in my truck
 

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I'm a use case for the 4dr, I've got 3 kids and 110lb chocolate lab. 2 doors and no space for the wife and kids, no go. but we enjoy trail riding and traveling to those trails. I'd like to be comfortable.
 

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Better than have it and not need it than need it and not have it!
True, but this summer, seen so many 2dr JK's cruising down the highway/parkway with the top down with people full of people

Sure if there's more, they can take their own car
 

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This x1000. Same reasons why trucks are so usefull, You may keep the bed empty 98% of the time but when you have to move that fridge or couch or your buddies wife it's invaluable! :crackup:
Also, gotta see when my friend needs help.

He'll eventually be moving, can't wait to see how that goes
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What if... and its a big if.... The "rock monster" we keep hearing about, is a 7.3 gas v8, with super duty axles? I would sh!t my pants.... lmao sorry, random thought. Anyways, yes, a truck is invaluable. Whether its a home depot run every few months, or hauling something for that friend thats down on their luck and needs to move twice a year. Having one is great. For me, its nice to have a means to pull a real load down the road.
 

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What if... and its a big if.... The "rock monster" we keep hearing about, is a 7.3 gas v8, with super duty axles? I would sh!t my pants.... lmao sorry, random thought. Anyways, yes, a truck is invaluable. Whether its a home depot run every few months, or hauling something for that friend thats down on their luck and needs to move twice a year. Having one is great. For me, its nice to have a means to pull a real load down the road.
hopefully narrowed axles...one could dream. while we're dreaming can we get it 4-linked front and rear?
 

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hopefully narrowed axles...one could dream. while we're dreaming can we get it 4-linked front and rear?
Yes, and a built in winch, rock sliders. Throw a mini fridge with a latching door and drink holding mechanism in it too.
gonna need the beverage to wash down the crazy pills we are taking :D
 

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Yes, and a built in winch, rock sliders. Throw a mini fridge with a latching door and drink holding mechanism in it too.
gonna need the beverage to wash down the crazy pills we are taking :D
The Super Duty Tremor packages have an optional winch now. It wouldn't surprise me for something like that to show up as an option on Bronco.
 



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