Hardtop/Door removal toolkit and Onboard Hardware Storage Area

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Has anyone who was at supercel east, Utah, or Seattle seen or heard any top removal details at all? I'm not worried about difficulty or anything, I'm just curious if the Bronco will be like the Jeep. The Jeep comes with a toolkit and has built in storage for the bolts in the rear cargo area. Has anyone seen anything like this on the Broncos out at these events?

I know Bronco follows 12 people/companies on instagram, one of them being leatherman. I keep thinking they'll be the ones making the toolkit, but haven't heard or seen anything concrete on the forum yet regarding this subject...

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Especially pairing up with the talk about the slide out tailgate that covers up that tool area in the Bronco.
 

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I could have sworn they said somewhere they put the hinges on the inside because the removal is tool less.
 

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It will most likely be 1, 2 at the most, Torx bit drivers. Commonly available at any given auto parts store. The truck will also probably come with this tool. If not then it is probably about $10-20. Storage? Glovebox or console at worst.
 
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🤔 perhaps tool kit here @ 3:26


... though I think the tool removal kit has been mentioned somewhere (here or on Youtube), but I can't remember where.
Thanks for posting this video, i haven't seen anyone open up that flap in the rear cargo area yet, and it's apparent that Ford didn't do built-in storage for the removed hardware like the Jeep. Oh well, i guess I'll use ziplock bags like i do with my 1994 broncos hardware.
 
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I thought you needed a 13mm socket according to the video.
 

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