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Spare rim looks to be different from the rest lol. I’ve never been a soft top person. I hope they offer a Bimini top on some sort. I still have the one from my Jeep lol I bet I can repurpose. 😂
I like the ones on it better then the spare



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Hopefully the production top looks more like it does here than the one on the test mule.
 

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Am I the only one who thinks the test mule top has a cover over the real top? Looks like it is 3-4 inches of camo top over real top. Maybe I’m just seeing things again. I have been hitting the bourbon.
 

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I wonder if Bestop is making this like they do for the Wrangler.
 

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It seems that Ford hasn't come up with the final design for the soft top yet since there aren't any pics or information about it. I've owned Jeep Wranglers for the past 28 years, and I've worked at Ford for the same 28 years. I've also owned several Broncos in the past. I currently have my reservation in for the new Bronco. The convertible aspect of the Jeep Wrangler has always been the major draw for me to keep buying Jeeps. Since Ford is making a convertible 4 door soft top Bronco now, comparable to the Wrangler, I hope they design the soft top much better. First, it needs to be fully retractable while still remaining on the truck, not just a "sunrider" position. Second, the rear windows need to be MUCH easier to remove and install. I leave my rear windows out in the summer because they take forever to try and zip back in, which allows rain to get into the back of my Jeep. And finally, a power convertible top option would be ideal, but that is probably too much of a request. Maybe some engineering intern at Ford will see this post while they are finalizing the design and make the Bronco the "perfect storm" of the offroad world....except for the towing capacity thingy, but who really wants to pull a boat or a camper anyway when they're going on an outdoor adventure?!?? Don't answer that...
 

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If I do go with the 4 door and don't spend extra for the hard top I sure as hell hope it looks way better than what we've seen so far. That thing is just fugly!

And I won't ignore your last statement... I want to be able to tow a little something! 😉
 

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I love the idea of a rag top bronco... I hope that they can come up with something that fits a bit better than the jeep version and doesn't look as crappy as the jeep version. To me the "sunrider" position of the jeep soft top looks like an afterthought and there has to be a better way to do it than that.

There is always the thought of but the hard top and get an aftermarket soft top though...

Any idea if it would be possible to have "notch-back" style soft top like Bestop makes for the Wranglers?
 

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I am hoping it looks better when open than the Jeep and will not some giant boot to cover it up
 

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Can’t believe Ford does not have soft top for 2 door. Makes no sense to me.
 

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It has to be way better than the Jeep top...that thing is unbelievably bad to put on a vehicle today...but of course they had zero competition. Hopefully Ford did a completely new design taking lessons from companies that do convertible tops really well, and adapting it to the Bronco.
 

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