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A Badlands with 33s is 1.4 inches shorter overall height than a Wildtrak (Standard Sas and Modular top at time of this spec sheet)
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The difference in tires is 1.7 inches. Cut that in half and it's .85 inches higher difference for just the tires.
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So that leaves .55 inches of height the Sasquatch has over the stock Badlands.

Does that come from a Sasquatch lift or does the modular top add .55 inches???

So now take a true 35" tire (Which are .6" taller /2 =.3) on a stock Badlands suspension which is already .55" lower and you get a stuffed wheel well.
Exactly.

This is a non squatched BL. We already know that from Ford. Justin is mistaken.





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@justinbmcbride What was the upper dash material? Was it a hard plastic or tight knit cloth or what?
 

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It was kind of a knit, I don’t think it was plastic - probably vinyl.
Awesome thank you. That's what I was hoping it was vs a hard plastic. Were you able to feel it? Looking at the OBX dash in the BN Colors & Materials video, it's shiny so it must be plastic or metal. I wonder if certain trims get knit vs plastic.
 

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So now take a true 35" tire (Which are .6" taller /2 =.3) on a stock Badlands suspension which is already .55" lower and you get a stuffed wheel well.
The majority of 35" tires measure out to 34.5 with a handful being 34.8 and even fewer measuring a "true" 35".
 

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