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Brush guard covers the BRONCO, but leaves view for the trail cam. If I were to follow through with FE, it would be first Bronco Bolts to get removed.





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Brush guard covers the BRONCO, but leaves view for the trail cam. If I were to follow through with FE, it would be first Bronco Bolts to get removed.
I'm sure a lot of folks on the forum would be willing to purchase.
 

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I hate how the brush guard blocks the Bronco letter on the grill.
Oh, that's how people know it's a Bronco! What's the point of having a Bronco if you can't show it off?!

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Ford won't even put the hardtop on the FE even though its standard :LOL: and im pretty sure the FE is the only one you can get actually fully loaded. No other combination gives you the front sway disconnect with the 2.7 with the HEADLINER. FE only, so there's that? LOL. That also tells me its not a weight issue, so Ford is def up to something fishy. hmmmm
 

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So is there a picture of a Black painted grill with a MIC top? I haven’t been as engaged on the forum recently but it certainly seems Ford is avoiding that combination.
 

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So we agree, this isn't a brush guard, it's a bull bar?

And if you hit a deer at speed on the highway, would you rather have that bar or a larger brush guard that would distribute the force of impact better?
Sure. Does any OEM produce this? None at all. Even the 'bison' version of the colorado zr2 does not even have a hoop for the center of the vehicle.

It's a lot easier to build a stinger than a whole brush bar/bumper replacement.

Anyways my point is radiator protection will always trump headlight protection regardless of 'cost' of the external component.
 

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I probably missed this but what will accent color be in the handles and such in the interior of the FE? I have seen orange on other models.
 

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Right now it appears this may only be available on the FE. I originally thought this would be part of the leather packages, but I only see the 8 cup holders showing on the FE.
Exclusive cup holders?!?
 

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