joeyha

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What tint %?
 

adamruiz2001

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Love that tire cover! It looks as if you did an exhaust also? What you got under there?
 

AZ_BRONC

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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.
I went with cloth in Phoenix too, it’s really the only option here if you want to keep the top down. I’ve had mine for two weeks with the top off and a Gearshade bimini and the cloth has been great. Had the doors off today.

Also seem to have similar cars to share the stable with our Broncos!

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Heffe66413

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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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Loved what you did on a frugal budget. Good job!
 

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I love everything about this build, but I give you special props for the tire cover. If I had to be stuck in traffic, I'd be ok with being stuck behind a gorgeous Bronco with a positive message of faith.
 

sjp

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I went with the hoop steps on my 2-door OBX and I want to add front mud flaps to protect the paint from rock chips (if they're compatible, still no confirmation on that). I've been wondering what that would look like, so now I have a pretty good idea. Thank you.
 

broadicustomworks

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Good job on the cheap there.
It's a good look, and I think that HPR on a 2 door is a bit of a giant win in disguise.
Not a ton of people getting it, and it looks really good.
Good on you for making it yours.
 

Sitruc_btb

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Nice build man. That hot pepper red is, hot.
 

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How's the tires sound on the roadways? That's a nice build.
 
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How's the tires sound on the roadways? That's a nice build.
I was surprised fairly quiet but no highway speed yet ..under 50 very good...

 

 
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