M Redwood

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For those on the lower side of the scale here are some good low dollar options on a base .

Wheels are Ranger takeoffs 200$ but also listed as ford performance wheels for bronco at 1200

295 70 18 (34.4) Mastercraft courser mud terrains 900$

Clamber side steps/ sliders 300$

Syn leather seat covers 80$

Ford mud flaps 50$

Window tint 400$

Spare Tire cover 30$

Yet to come 3 inch lift combine a 2inch rough country with 1 inch level...
I have a set of gladiator 37 13.50 17s on ranger takeoffs waiting for the lift total 500 into those with half tread 37s..

I found the 295 70 18s fit without removing any of the crash bars which is prob the largest tire to fit without removing crashbars.

Have not seen any posts on the clamber steps , they are heavy duty and have removable step for crawlers (not me but I enjoy watching others) I really love them and good full size step.

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NurseDan

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Nice to see an actual picture of rock rails/steps that fit with the ford mud flaps.
 
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AZ_Liberty

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So that's where my 2-door HPR base wound up...

If Ford ever actually builds mine, I'm going to see if I can pick up some Black Diamond take off wheels.

Down here in Phoenix, those seat covers would be ridiculously hot. I ordered cloth for a reason. That orange/red trim does tie nicely together though.
 

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Looks swinging baby!
 

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For those on the lower side of the scale here are some good low dollar options on a base .

Wheels are Ranger takeoffs 200$ but also listed as ford performance wheels for bronco at 1200

295 70 18 (34.4) Mastercraft courser mud terrains 900$

Clamber side steps/ sliders 300$

Syn leather seat covers 80$

Ford mud flaps 50$

Window tint 400$

Spare Tire cover 30$

Yet to come 3 inch lift combine a 2inch rough country with 1 inch level...
I have a set of gladiator 37 13.50 17s on ranger takeoffs waiting for the lift total 500 into those with half tread 37s..

I found the 295 70 18s fit without removing any of the crash bars which is prob the largest tire to fit without removing crashbars.

Have not seen any posts on the clamber steps , they are heavy duty and have removable step for crawlers (not me but I enjoy watching others) I really love them and good full size step.

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20220510_110631.jpg
20220510_110803.jpg
20220510_110723.jpg
20220510_110614.jpg
20220510_110619.jpg
20220510_110755.jpg


Updates to come...
Good work...Nice wheels. Very cool
 

Will_05

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It Looks Awesome!
Seat cover specs?
Your build is not yet lifted in the photos?
 

Heart2

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Great looking Bronco and color choice! I've got those same wheels on my Ranger. They look great on your Bronco, too. I'm happy for you.
 

 
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