Would you buy 37” tires from the factory?

  • Yes

  • No

  • Too big

  • I’ll go after market


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A 2" lift and 37s - that's just a regular day in North Central Florida, y'all.
 

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This is all great to see. I’m loving every iteration of the Bronco that’s coming.

But I’m still waiting for the heritage edition with no flares, maybe skinnier tires, and heck, let’s throw on some 15”white steelies.
Ok I’ll go 16”. Call it the OuttoPasture trim.

Almost began my interior rant but I’ll stop right there.

keep ‘me coming Ford. All of them. And I’m sure nobody has forgotten about B&P and the first brood of Broncos.
 

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For perspective, this is a 2 door Bronco on 2" lift and 37" tires.

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

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Did anyone else see the video comparing 31”s, 33”s and 35”s on all kinds of terrains? 33”s were the winners. So why would someone want 37”s? Looks?
 

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Did anyone else see the video comparing 31”s, 33”s and 35”s on all kinds of terrains? 33”s were the winners. So why would someone want 37”s? Looks?
Yes, looks. I'd hazard to guess that nearly 100% of buyers don't plan on the primary use of their Bronco as any level of off-road activity. That will most likely be a secondary and fun aside. So yes, looks. It looks better with larger tires. Not to mention, it is cheaper to get some steel wheels with 33's to throw on when you're over-roading for fun than it is to buy rims and 35-37" tires.
 
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Did anyone else see the video comparing 31”s, 33”s and 35”s on all kinds of terrains? 33”s were the winners. So why would someone want 37”s? Looks?
I would think 35’s would be best. Got a link the video?
 

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Yes, looks. I'd hazard to guess that nearly 100% of buyers don't plan on the primary use of their Bronco as any level of off-road activity. That will most likely be a secondary and fun aside. So yes, looks. It looks better with larger tires. Not to mention, it is cheaper to get some steel wheels with 33's to throw on when you're over-roading for fun than it is to buy rims and 35-37" tires.
I owned a 2015 Wrangler Rubicon on 33s 35s and 37s I used it for what that thing was built for and without a doubt 37s are the way to go. If I thought I could squeeze 40s on there without snapping the axles I would have put that and cleared obstacles easier.
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I owned a 2015 Wrangler Rubicon on 33s 35s and 37s I used it for what that thing was built for and without a doubt 37s are the way to go. If I thought I could squeeze 40s on there without snapping the axles I would have put that and cleared obstacles easier.
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Hell I took my F350 through the mountains in Western Maryland on 37's with a 6" lift feeling certain I'd break something. It did fine. That said, people seem sprung on watching 'experts' on YouTube telling them what works.
 

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Definitely a small percentage of people. I know you guys want to believe everyone will buy a Sasquatch Bronco with a manual on 37” tires. But 75% of these vehicles will be base, BB and OB on the road.
The more people Ford convinces to buy huge tires, the BETTER IMAGE Ford has. The small percentage of 37 inch Warthogs (Raptors?) will be seen around and people will point, gawk, talk, take pictures, post pictures, and work themselves into a frenzy like many in this forum. Great for sales and overall brand image. Doesn't cost Ford a whole lot to develop this stuff. Genius!
 

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I would think 35’s would be best. Got a link the video?
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The question is always asked - what are the best 4wd tyres - 31 inch, 33 inch or 35 inch? Here's our honest 4x4 tyre review when it comes to different sized tyres in Australia. We get 3 sets of Goodyear off road tyres in 31, 33 and 35 and test them like you've never seen before. Watch to find out what wins! No matter what tyre you run - make ...
 

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I think the real revelation here is that this antenna mount location implies a full metal top to provide an effective ground plane.

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37 are not going to be for everyone but im so in ?i do wonder if they are going to upgrade brakes?either way im stoked.
Speaking of brakes, has there been any information regarding the brake systems on the trim models.....is there an upgraded system on the larger engine, higher trim models, Sasquatch???
 

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It’s cool to see them so far with development, maybe it’ll be a 2022 model. Whatever they end up calling it I doubt it'll be available as a two door. I kind of get why they wouldn’t more powerful and a longer wheel base Would probably help.
 

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I wish I was confidant this is testing a vehicle with tech/capability that will be available in the next 3 years. And I wish I knew what it really is. I don’t want to regret buying a 2021 BL instead of whatever this is. And I don’t want to not buy a ‘21 BL and then be eh with whatever this is.
 
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