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Questions,
I Reserved 4 door badlands for now.
1. How would those 35’ inch tires drive as city daily driver with Snow in the winter.
would it be tough on ice and snow or good grip for all conditions.
2. Any idea how much the 2.7 motor and tranny will cost for upgrade?
Thanks in advance.





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Is there a lift on this bronco? I know it is not on 37s. It def looks like it is sitting higher:

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I’m going to get major heat for this but I can’t stand the white top on any color accept an all white Bronco and evening then I like the black top.
 

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Concerned about blowing one? I figure it would be resolved or considered with the factory lift/warranty. Maybe they have a cradle drop then we can worry about the CV on the driveshaft like jk/jl'so_O
A big concern of mine is the warranty. That’s why whatever you get you better enjoy it while the warranty is on it. Then do all of your add-ons after. I know a lot of jeeps have issues when people purchase them and put bigger tires or even roof racks and when there’s an issue with them the dealer blames the aftermarket products and will not warrantee them.But he had a transmission issue and he was a major lemon 🍋 situation and they said the roof rack and rear add ons for canisters was adding drag that ruined the transmission
 

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Ford factory workers and other employees got some time with the Cyber Orange 2 door and Cactus Gray 4 door launch Broncos last week.

The 2 Door Bronco sits on 37" tires (37x12.50R17)

The 4 Door is on 35" tires (35x12.50R17).

They appeared at both the Livonia Transmission Plant and Van Dyke Transmission Plant.

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Tire size of the 37" tires on the Cyber Orange Bronco

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Tire size of the 35" tires on the Cactus Gray Bronco

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This has probably already been asked, but is that 4 door sasquatch or just 35s? I don't want sasquatch but I do want 35s on my badlands.
 

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1 - You can change your trim when you order if you wish
2 - grip on snow and ice is more about type of tire as oppose to size. For example, a tire that is rated for winter conditions and marked with the 3-mountain peak is good for weather conditions.
3 - It is cheaper to go with the Wildtrak as it comes standard with the 2.7 and the Sasquatch package which has 35" wheel/tires.

Questions,
I Reserved 4 door badlands for now.
1. How would those 35’ inch tires drive as city daily driver with Snow in the winter.
would it be tough on ice and snow or good grip for all conditions.
2. Any idea how much the 2.7 motor and tranny will cost for upgrade?
Thanks in advance.
 

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1 - You can change your trim when you order if you wish
2 - grip on snow and ice is more about type of tire as oppose to size. For example, a tire that is rated for winter conditions and marked with the 3-mountain peak is good for weather conditions.
3 - It is cheaper to go with the Wildtrak as it comes standard with the 2.7 and the Sasquatch package which has 35" wheel/tires.
Thanks man. Appreciate the help.
 

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Apologies if I'm wrong, but this looks to be the first time those mammoth tires on the Cyber Orange 2-door are unequivocally confirmed at 37".

They really, really need to offer us the white hardtop.
I was thinking the same thing on both counts
 
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I mean......How has paint held up on door handles for the last few decades?
2006 Performance White Mustang, the paint is pealing off the back of my handles, started about 2 years ago, it's black underneath lol.


I guess it depends on how good of a job you want done. With paint, you get what you pay for. You have to prep it first, and once you do that, you are committed.

If it were me, I would just spray it with white Plastidip first. Just tape off the glass and go to town. Maybe $75-$100 worth of Plastidip? Then if there are some bad spots you can always just spray more to correct. And if you decide you don’t like it, you can just peel it off or spray it off with a pressure washer. I would prefer that to a painted surface anyway. For one reason I would want the top to be either a flat, satin, or maybe semi-gloss finish like the old white tops were, and which Plastidip is and not a glossy white like the painted tops would be.

But I’m going with the soft top too!
Yeah Plastidip! fenders, grille, hard top... all the Broncos pieces being easy to remove and deal with in more manageable sizes (easier to access/tape/block off) have all kinds of ideas in my head lol.
 

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2006 Performance White Mustang, the paint is pealing off the back of my handles, started about 2 years ago, it's black underneath lol.




Yeah Plastidip! fenders, grille, hard top... all the Broncos pieces being easy to remove and deal with in more manageable sizes (easier to access/tape/block off) have all kinds of ideas in my head lol.
Plastidip is awesome. Waaaay cheaper, and I’ve had good luck with it lasting. Everyone keeps talking about painting the tops if Ford doesn’t give them what they want, and I’m just sitting here readying cans of plastidip, saving money lol
 

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Damn you just when I thought the 2 door was the one you come out with this bomb 4 door on 35s ahhhhhh.
That is what I was thinking. The 4-Door is nice looking. It makes me wonder if 2-Door will be too small. It is hard to tell how big the 2-Door is because it has 37 inch tires on it. Is it bigger than the Jeep?
 

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