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Thanks. I’m assuming lockers turn off and on instantly meaning they don’t require a certain amount of roll to engage/disengage?
Uhhhh. Generally but no. If they are under tension they don’t always unlock, especially the front. It may turn the light off but when it’s hard to turn you know it’s on still. Sometimes have to back up a little and go back forward. So sometimes you have to play with it which is why it’s important to make sure it’s off going down hill. You may not be able to back up the hill and you won’t be able to turn it locked up so ya
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Wait for Wednesday video before you do that.

Oh goodie, Now we can get your take on this.

Personally, I think if you are easier on the skinny pedal, you won't have a tie rod problem. Then you can just carry a couple of spares for an emergency and it is much cheaper.
 

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Installing and testing sliders Wednesday. They protect your door not only from rocks but door dings and flying rocks from gravel roads so they don’t hit the paint on the bottom of the door. It’s a win win win. And easy bolt on installation
Brilliant. Thats exactly my kind of mod, function first combined with good form.
 

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It's clear from the comments that the Jeep crowd is scratching their heads trying to figure out how this alien technology is even possible. They are blown away by the Bronco (in large part due to Kevin's driving - which lite-brite hating or not - is objectively excellent). It is also clear that Brittany is a reliable spotter and understands Kevin's ability to get stupid. This video really highlights the abilities of the Bronco.

Now, I have never been a Lite-Brite fan boi, but it is hard to dislike these two... Tennis skirts and all. Brittany is cute (although she has a smile that reminds me of the Joker from Batman) and if Kevin wasn't such a talented driver, he would be a narcissist, but it's not narcissism when you can back it up. Almost all the video content they put out is quality (although I wish they would drop the clickbait titles).

I guess that I am trying to say is... Welcome to Lite-Brite (not that my opinion counts). Looking forward to seeing what you do with the Bronco. Great video.
This guy woke up and chose backhanded compliment violence 😂

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I’ll be making/installing some hemispherical bolt caps on mine when I go wheeling for super cereal.
Can you post a pic of what you're talking about? (I'm a total newbie to this stuff!)
 

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Can you post a pic of what you're talking about? (I'm a total newbie to this stuff!)

They are round bolt caps, that protect the head of the bolt. But for off roading i would rather go with scoop washers like these. Mind you i never used hemisphericals, maybe they work good.

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They are round bolt caps, that protect the head of the bolt. But for off roading i would rather go with scoop washers like these. Mind you i never used hemisphericals, maybe they work good.

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Close, but I’d go with a nylon style cap or poly so if it gets gummed up enough I’ll be able to extract abs replace the hardware 👍
 
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If y’all liked this one wait for Wednesday evening video where we go against a stock rubicon with 35s and do an 8 and 7 rated trail!
Canot wait! Agree with the post above. This was the best Bronco video yet. Kevin has great skills and to see a guy coming from a fully modified jeep and be excited at what the Bronco can do got me super excited to get mine. Keep em coming and thank you both!
 

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Whoa whoa, I’m not a professional driver at all. I’ve only been wheeling for 4 years and KOH was just to see if it was a thing. Lol no professionals here. Maybe I’m a professional jackass. Lol
It would be interesting to get your perspective on the gear from Broncbuster and put it to the test - https://broncbustertx.com/
 
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