actually like that channel. he's really informative and seems to know his stuff. kinda binge watching it lately.Lol..
I guess these modified jeeps that couldnt make it in the same spot must've used open differential.vs the "solid front differential" you mentioned? Go to 29:00 in the video, you see a modified jeep not able to get up the same spot and was winched up. In another video someone here attached, that group of jeeps did make it...
Shows there are a lot more factors that determine your success at a given obstacle than a vehicle.
wait a sec, both of these are 33s???Saw specs added to the first post by OP.
Updated With Specs (from left to right)
4 door with Sasquatch Package has Ford performance beadlock rings.
2 door has 33" BFG AT tires w/ standard wheels and Ford Performance steel modular front bumper.
4 door has manual transmission, optional 33" Goodyear MT with beadlock wheels and Ford Performance beadlock rings.
Yes I appreciate the effort of Ford going at that trail. The photo below is similar to the sort of trails I was running every other weekend while living out west in the Rockies. If the new Bronco can handle those, then I would be happy. I do think the IFS will represent a compromise, but hopefully as a package it does well.To me the fact that they’re even trying to do the rubicon is all I need to see. As has been discussed ad nauseum, the wrangler will be better in the rocks just due to the SFA. But If Bronco can at least keep up that’s all I need to see.
The rubicon is probably a harder trail than 95% of Bronco owners will ever attempt.
Yes. See the post completion photos and condition @ https://www.bronco6g.com/forum/threads/pics-bronco-battle-scars-from-completing-rubicon-trail.3473/Did they complete the entire trail?