Megawatt

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After working 75 hour work weeks the last two weeks in a row I was enjoying my rare day off. I left the house and was headed to LSwranglers, they specialize in dropping LS V8 motors in Wranglers. The V8 option is my plan B if a Bronco doesn't work out. Very convient as they are a local outfit and has been in business for 12 years. The first stoplight from my house I see the twins. My Jeep windows are dirty so the pics are meh ? but it’s something new for you all to read.

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I have no place to be, I have gas in the tank, and I have a modified wrangler so I figure there is no place I can’t follow them. I followed from a distance and here are a few pics..

This is a 4 door soft top outer banks with Sasquatch package with the roof peeled back In A51 paint.
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Roof sticks up way too much for my liking but it’s easy to get into position. Now I know a soft top is out for me.



Second Bronco is a cyber orange Badlands 2 door on 33” optional wheels.

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So it turns out I followed them 20.4 miles from first sighting . 2.4 miles of the 20.4 was off road, yes off road , i am a jeeper ya know. For the locals it is the boyscout trail on the hump that can lead to Goodsprings saloon.


So just to clarify for certain posters out there. I never hounded them, I never honked the horn (in NV it is a $200 fine to blow the horn when not an emergency) and I was about 1/4 mile behind for the most part until we got to stop lights. I am a Jeeper, and have been here for 18 years and I kinda know where they are going no need to crowd them.

So now we go off road, mostly washboard trail. Not like we had to go to 4wd.

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The desert in Las Vegas is the Mojave desert. And it is dirt, not sand like in the Sahara desert. So you could leave a half mile distance separation and still be able to follow someone. Anyway they drivers finally pulled over.....

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So I pulled up and said “ if you let me see the vinyl I will stop following you”.

The drivers looked at each other like I was speaking Spanish (and I can). I said “ I want to check out the marine grade vinyl. I have a reservation and order day is approaching and I want to know I am making the correct choice on Bronco trim“.

The light bulbs turned on and CO driver asks if I have a cell phone? I said I do and it will stay in my pocket and I will not touch it. CO driver let’s me check out the interior of the 2 door CO. I don’t look at his laptop information I just check out the seats. And no I didn’t take any pics because I kinda promised.

MGV for me 100%. That stuff is awesome!!! Super soft with some texture, cool to the touch, not like bass boat vinyl. Ford did the MGV right!
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ClaviusBase

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The more I see of the optional 33s, I think I like them better than the 35s. It's a happy medium. That is the last detail I need to figure out on my badlands build but am leaving more toward those with every picture i see.
 

andi

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I would totally get a badlands with 33 inch and optional rims,
But my budget is only base with Sasquatch which is almost about 8k less than my dream badlands
 

GaryB2220

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That co really pops. Both colors plus vb are at the top of my list. First time I've seen a51 next to co. Thanks!
 

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thanks for these, also starting to wonder about whether the 33s are the best call for me and then when they need to be replaced going to a 34 - just wondering if they are gonna fit!
 

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After working 75 hour work weeks the last two weeks in a row I was enjoying my rare day off. I left the house and was headed to LSwranglers, they specialize in dropping LS V8 motors in Wranglers. The V8 option is my plan B if a Bronco doesn't work out. Very convient as they are a local outfit and has been in business for 12 years. The first stoplight from my house I see the twins. My Jeep windows are dirty so the pics are meh ? but it’s something new for you all to read.

DF78CA29-6F75-4386-B855-647F1283318A.jpeg


I have no place to be, I have gas in the tank, and I have a modified wrangler so I figure there is no place I can’t follow them. I followed from a distance and here are a few pics..

This is a 4 door soft top outer banks with Sasquatch package with the roof peeled back In A51 paint.
48905B21-166C-4E88-9445-4E3D1D3D4AC0.jpeg


Roof sticks up way too much for my liking but it’s easy to get into position. Now I know a soft top is out for me.



Second Bronco is a cyber orange Badlands 2 door on 33” optional wheels.

80D74DCA-4DEA-4A9D-828A-6DC21C770893.jpeg




More of the story in a minute......
Meg, you're the best! And I know the soft top is in for me!
 

Rubisquatch

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Thanks for sharing.

What a true Bronco6g member, he followed them 20+ miles. Nice!
 
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