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Bunch of guys in our group ran Pritchett on 35s a few months ago. Plenty doable.

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I am legit impressed. A lot of winching required?





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I am legit impressed. A lot of winching required?
I don’t recall. That LJ will roll out. Has the body length of an LJ with stretched wheelbase and TJ rear overhang. Some bronco porn here too. This thing is crazy cool. Drove it from SC to Moab after he finished his build.


 

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Bunch of guys in our group ran Pritchett on 35s a few months ago. Plenty doable.

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I worked with a general contractor that goes to EJS every year with an exoed Cherokee on 33’s and he does Pritchett every year.


Lite brite hasn’t been off roading that long and jumped up on tire size real quick. Seems like when you take your time learning with smaller tires you become a better driver. I think just about anyone could do what they do if they had 40’s.
 

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Very nice! Love how Bronco made Devil's Hot Tub look easy.

Saw another video of Vaughn Gittin Gettin after it on Hells Revenge in the RTR Bronco. Good shit!

Thanks for sharing. 🍺
Very cool video!
Pretty sure that was Mickeys Hot Tub that the Bronco did with ease, It is a a very capable vehicle for sure.
The Devils Hot Tub gave the buggy a hard time with all the sludge and fluids down in the bottom.
 

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I've followed LiteBrite for a couple years and found them when we bought our JLU. I was so excited to see they are getting a Bronco. I assure you they will showcase a lot of aftermarket parts and Kevin will find the weak points. He is a heck of a driver and she can spot him. Great team! And Ford was smart to have Vaughn Gitten Jr. and Loren Healy as part of the Bronco development and rollout. Instant cred. I have become infatuated with all of the Bronco content on the Tube. We moved our reservation to the 22MY and are almost ready to narrow down our order. This will replace the JLU. Wife is waiting to see the green they are supposed to have (hopefully a dark green to match her lifted TJ).
 

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Bunch of guys in our group ran Pritchett on 35s a few months ago. Plenty doable.

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I don’t recall. That LJ will roll out. Has the body length of an LJ with stretched wheelbase and TJ rear overhang. Some bronco porn here too. This thing is crazy cool. Drove it from SC to Moab after he finished his build.


And that Jimbo is exactly what I was going to do to my TJ before I heard of the new Bronc back in Oct. '19.

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Rock Krawler 5" stretch on 35's, Gen-Right high clearance front fenders, and Gen -Right rear armor to make up for the stretch of the stock TJ tub.

Good to hear from 'ya Jimbo , It's been a while since our paths have crossed. (y)(y)

Love that flex man !!!!!!!!
 

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Who’s saving for portals already? 74 weld will have something soon I hope, or do they said on ig. That’s a game changer, portals that is. Half the work, twice the force at the wheel. Insane clearance with low center of gravity. 2-3” lift and portals. Unstoppable.
 

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Finally got around to watching this and holy cow. Thing climbed right up all of that, and them basically saying the fun-haver is a bronco is so sick. If they can make the fun-haver bronco parts anything even somewhat reasonably priced shit is going to get crazy.
 

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And that Jimbo is exactly what I was going to do to my TJ before I heard of the new Bronc back in Oct. '19.

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Rock Krawler 5" stretch on 35's, Gen-Right high clearance front fenders, and Gen -Right rear armor to make up for the stretch of the stock TJ tub.

Good to hear from 'ya Jimbo , It's been a while since our paths have crossed. (y)(y)

Love that flex man !!!!!!!!
love that jeep man. I was planning on something similar with the CJ, but I've officially reached the end of my rope on working on old shit. I'd rather spend my time putting on new suspension parts, lights, and fun shit instead of yanking out transfer cases, dealing with brake issues, heat in the summer, cold in the winter, etc.
 

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