How will your Broncos get used?

DrewBronc21

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Strictly for fun, beach duty for surf fishing, maybe try some off road parks upstate NY, getting sunburned with top off, camping, etc. I have a daily driver Camry Hybrid and a modified 2011 STi for fun and the Bronco will get the mod treatment as well and mileage will be kept low.





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I don't have a commute so it will be my weekend toy. Mountain trips, beach trips, country road cruises, and park trips with the GSP on the weekends.
 

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Prob going BB w/ 2.7, rear locker, adv 4wd.
 

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Daily driver, Beach trips, park trips, etc.
 

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I have seen several lively debates and opinions about what the Bronco should be. Everybody has their own thoughts on tire size, articulation, IFS, daily driver, etc. I figure someone that’s so interested in the Bronco that they are scanning Bronco threads aren’t just your average buyers. I’m just curious how people are truly planning to use their Broncos.
Personally, I’m planning on using my Broncos as a daily driver. I’m hoping thatA few times a year my boys and I can take it on some off-roading trails at places like Big Bend and maybe do some trails in Colorado. To be honest I want to have fun with it and take some tougher trails, but I don’t want to purposely beat it up. I will most likely take the easiest route past the obstacle and not choose the toughest line. Everybody is different, so how will yours be used?
 

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I'm an ultra runner in Colorado and have 2 dogs. I also love to fish.

The Bronco will get me and my pups to the mountain trails to run as well as go fishing. I also plan on increasing my time outdoors, especially camping.

So, bottom line...the Bronco is a lifestyle vehicle for me.
 

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Primarily as a DD to drive my 70 mile commute to and from work. I also want it for towing a boat to my local fishing lakes. Finally I want it to get me into the woods to my favorite hunting spots.
 

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I plan to use it for everything from DD, to camping/overlanding vacations, to trail riding. We want to get the family out of the house and enjoying nature more, so will be relying on the Badsquatch to get us anywhere we want to go!
 

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Mine will share the DD duties with my F150, I will be looking forward to some light trails in the states surrounding OK.
 

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I have seen several lively debates and opinions about what the Bronco should be. Everybody has their own thoughts on tire size, articulation, IFS, daily driver, etc. I figure someone that’s so interested in the Bronco that they are scanning Bronco threads aren’t just your average buyers. I’m just curious how people are truly planning to use their Broncos.
Personally, I’m planning on using my Broncos as a daily driver. I’m hoping thatA few times a year my boys and I can take it on some off-roading trails at places like Big Bend and maybe do some trails in Colorado. To be honest I want to have fun with it and take some tougher trails, but I don’t want to purposely beat it up. I will most likely take the easiest route past the obstacle and not choose the toughest line. Everybody is different, so how will yours be used?
Right there with you, even on taking a trip to Big Bend. I wanna try to hit as many national parks as possible, but not beat the rig up physically. Some light river crossing, steep grades, beginner rock crawling, etc. Other than that, mostly commuting to/from work. On a normal weekend, throwing a kayak on top and heading to the water.
 

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We have a reservation in on 4-door Outer Banks; plan to option with 2.7L, 4x4 auto on-demand, lux, hard top. It will be daily driver for my wife, and adventure vehicle. Big Bend, Mesa Verde, Rocky Mountain, Black Hills, Yellowstone, Yosemite. . . Ready to go!!
 

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Daily, camping, and would like to overland a bit. I think worst case a Black Diamond will do but heavily leaning to the Badlands for the M210 and front locker.

The in-laws live down a private gravel road that gets 2 washouts by their house one in the middle of their driveway and another by their garage. The mustang can generally handle the one in the driveway but not the garage. Also their road is not plowed/treated in weather so it gets crappy in foul weather. A buddy lives off another private gravel road that is about 1-1.5 miles long and not friendly...lol...really have to watch the line in the mustang as it bottoms out and scrapes the crown.
 

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