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Or just get the cold weather package.
I don’t recall seeing a cold weather package on the F-150 configurator. The Edge and Explorer offer one, but not the F-150.



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I've been driving a family members 2018 F-150 for the remainder of the lease as they bought a new F-150 and just recently got to experience ventilated seats. It cools my ass as advertised, but it seems that that back portion of the seat doesn't get as much air pushed that way no matter what I'm wearing. Regardless, my Bronco will be equipped with ventilated seats
I have the same problem with my 2017 Mustang. I think it's known issue with the F-150's. It's probably the same with the Mustangs. There are supposed fixes for it. I linked one below.

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360° Camera.

What if, and I’m just throwing this out there, you could use that camera button on trail, like the cameras on Raptor? What if there was an Off Road mode? What if... I’ll stop talking.
Wrangler has this, so I think Bronco will need to have it as well.
 

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Having just experienced cooled seats for a week now, I'm meh on them. Maybe they just don't work that well through jeans.
The newer ones don't seem to work that well. There was a huge thread on F-150 forums on ways to upgrade them. I had an 07 MKX and those really did cool. After being in use for a while, they actually got too cold on the highest setting.
 

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Love a confirmation on a granny gear trans. Just read through this whole thread got me laughing about all the heated, cooled, fart filtered(wont handle mine:p) seats and steering wheels and cameras everywhere. Just got a/c this last august, never had before. But i went into the thread thinking about a cool modification for once that screen does what every screen does in a few years. Remember when you could get luxury cars setup with a mini bars in the glove box? I think rolls or somebody still does. Well i got fridge/freezer between the seats of my bronco and almost feel the same way about it yall do about the seats. It would be pretty sweet to setup a mini sized one where that screen is. But setup with a fold down cover for the door that makes a nice tray for fast food or fine champagne or whatever. Ofcourse not till all the gizmos that the screen controls are broke, moverd, or mechanized.

I mean seats you want to keep really need wet okole covers out here anyway so.... and as for cameras, ehh. Part of the mysteries of life is trying to visualize exactly where that rock/log, you saw actually is. When i got my cdl i was trained to scan mirrors and every forward 3 times when going through every intersection and build a real 360 vision in my head so its kinda not needed. However i will say i would love cameras all over a 53ft trailer but little wheelers like a bronco no big deal.

Anyway glad to see leaks and dribbles coming in. My wife was just complaining about taking groceries out of the back seat of our bronco, again. So we need to get this thing happening lol.
 

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The question is the gearing. Odds are it’s going to be the mustang transmission with the granny gear.
jeep. Ford
L: n/a. 6.5
1: 5.13. 3.24
2: 2.63. 2.10
3. 1.53. 1.42
4. 1.0. 1.0
5: 0.81. 0.81
6: 0.72. 0.62
 

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The question is the gearing. Odds are it’s going to be the mustang transmission with the granny gear.
jeep. Ford
L: n/a. 6.5
1: 5.13. 3.24
2: 2.63. 2.10
3. 1.53. 1.42
4. 1.0. 1.0
5: 0.81. 0.81
6: 0.72. 0.62
It's a completely different trans. No reason that it would have to share gearing with the MT82
 

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360° Camera.

What if, and I’m just throwing this out there, you could use that camera button on trail, like the cameras on Raptor? What if there was an Off Road mode? What if... I’ll stop talking.
I had no idea that was already an option other than for backup. That's awesome
 

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Almost all things (sit down you ZR2's) offer surround cameras in the higher trims. Even the Tacoma Pro/OR has one that shows you what's under the truck.
 

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You're thinking of the JT. Hopefully they add the forward camera to the JL this year too. I wouldn't mind the wider grille slots for better cooling too.
Looking at the Georgia videos, I think a forward trail cam is going to be key for the Bronco, as the hood is wider and looks more horizontal and the ridge on either side will cut visibility, especially uphill over a ridge.
 



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