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We like to combine upgrades between things you see and things you don't. In the case of Mike's new 2022 Ford Bronco, we're plugged in with top manufactures like Fabtech Motorsports which allows us to get products ahead of the general public or as they're about to drop.

We've installed quite a few of Fabtech's Dirt Logic 2.5 Resi Coilover kits which also feature front upper tubular a-arms and rear lower adjustable arms, to correct suspension geometry, but now also their new tie rod Heim kit. This new Bronco upgrade features 3/4" FK Heim ends, thicker than stock billet aluminum adjusting sleeves and heat treated stainless steel clevises and tapered pins. This formula is a great solution for the weak factory tie rod ends which we've seen break with moderate to heavy off-road use.

Next, we fit a set of 37x12.50 Cooper STT Pro tires with 17" Gunmetal Fuel Off-Road wheels, including a matching spare which is getting a future upgrade to a new style tire carrier and reinforcement bracket (stay tuned!). Last but not least, a pair of electric slider steps from Rock Slide Engineering. Fabtech 2.5 Resi Coilover Kit - https://doetschoffroad.com/products...the-2021-ford-bronco-bilstein-factory-shocks1
and https://doetschoffroad.com/products...logic-resi-coilovers-for-the-2021-ford-bronco Fabtech Tie Rod Kit - https://doetschoffroad.com/products/fabtech-tie-rod-heim-kit-fts22349

Rock Slide Engineering Steps - https://doetschoffroad.com/products/rock-slide-engineering-gen-3-step-slider-set-ford-bronco-4dr


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Looks amazing!
 

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Thanks so much to Todd and the whole team at Doetsch Off Road - can’t say enough positive things about these guys and the experience I’ve had with them with both of my broncos! Super knowledgeable and quality workmanship - worth every penny! I’m lucky to live in Chandler, AZ and have these guys in my backyard. AND these pictures while great don’t do it justice - it’s TALL and beefy! Here is a pic of my wife standing next to it on the step for perspective and sitting next to a lifted Rubicon with the same tires.
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That looks awesome! 👌
I'm glad to finally see the D752's on Carbonized Gray. I've been eye-balling those for awhile.
 

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Hey man what’s the offset on the Blocks, I have the same wheels and getting installed on Monday are a set of 37x13.5 MTZ’s
 

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Badass!
 
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Hey man what’s the offset on the Blocks, I have the same wheels and getting installed on Monday are a set of 37x13.5 MTZ’s
they are a 0 offset. 13.5 tires are generally too wide for most broncos. You’re going to need to cut off some of your crash bar mounts
 

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Thanks so much to Todd and the whole team at Doetsch Off Road - can’t say enough positive things about these guys and the experience I’ve had with them with both of my broncos! Super knowledgeable and quality workmanship - worth every penny! I’m lucky to live in Chandler, AZ and have these guys in my backyard. AND these pictures while great don’t do it justice - it’s TALL and beefy! Here is a pic of my wife standing next to it on the step for perspective and sitting next to a lifted Rubicon with the same tires.
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Interesting the Rubicon tires look bigger... Or rather, wider.

Why are Bronco tires so thin?
 
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Interesting the Rubicon tires look bigger... Or rather, wider.

Why are Bronco tires so thin?
The Jeep had 13.50 the bronco has 12.50s which is a better fitment for it at least at this particular configuration
 

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NICE AND CLEAN!!!!! Badass build. I know you didn't build it for the Highway, but out of curiosity what kinda mileage you getting with he 37's and other mods?
 

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NICE AND CLEAN!!!!! Badass build. I know you didn't build it for the Highway, but out of curiosity what kinda mileage you getting with he 37's and other mods?
It’s gonna be my daily for work as well and rides fantastic on the road. Only has 400 miles total on it 😂 so a little early to tell and the Speedo isn’t recalibrated (yet) but showing 13 miles per gallon right now and climbing. My F250 on 37’s has consistently gotten about 13.5 miles per gallon (diesel) the past 4 years so really doesn’t matter which one I drive except that gas is cheaper! I’ll come back to this after I get some more miles and keep you posted.
 

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It’s gonna be my daily for work as well and rides fantastic on the road. Only has 400 miles total on it 😂 so a little early to tell and the Speedo isn’t recalibrated (yet) but showing 13 miles per gallon right now and climbing. My F250 on 37’s has consistently gotten about 13.5 miles per gallon (diesel) the past 4 years so really doesn’t matter which one I drive except that gas is cheaper! I’ll come back to this after I get some more miles and keep you posted.
Thanks for the info, big fan of your ride!!!

 

 
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