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I am really liking the stance of the non-sasquatched Badlands.
It looks even better in person. Might seem a little small on a four door, but the proportions on the two door are just right if 35's aren't your thing... I will still be getting Sasquatch. 🤪
 

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I see a lot of armor under this thing, has Ford really talked about what trims get what protection? Besides the modular front bumper and it’s front Skid plate.
 

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I gotta agree with everyone else in their appreciation for the OP's reconnaissance mission. I especially appreciate the pic that measured the height between the ground and the bottom of the door (21 in), as well as the pic with the F-150 comparison. I've been wondering if I need to swap out the rock rails on my Badlands with a tube step. At least I know now that I can go take a look at a F-150 in-person to find out.
 
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I see a lot of armor under this thing, has Ford really talked about what trims get what protection? Besides the modular front bumper and it’s front Skid plate.
I know for sure it comes with the Badlands, but I seem to recall the Black Diamond having it too. I think it is included with the "upgraded bash plates."
 

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I know for sure it comes with the Badlands, but I seem to recall the Black Diamond having it too. I think it is included with the "upgraded bash plates."
In your photos there’s like armor most of the way back, under transfer cases and maybe even the fuel tank. I feel like Ford hasn’t talked about a full suite of armor ever. Maybe I just missed it though. BD and BL deff seem like the two trims that would get it standard though. Also, just amazing photos.
 

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Are those seats the marine grade vinyl or the leather? they look like leather to me but the prior pictures I saw of the MGV make it hard to tell?

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Are those seats the marine grade vinyl or the leather? they look like leather to me but the prior pictures I saw of the MGV make it hard to tell?

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I think they are the leather because there is carpet on the floors, but I couldn't tell you for sure.
 

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Really appreciate these pics, man. This is the most comprehensive look at a 2-door Badlands on the 33" KO2s I've seen yet.
 

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have only sat in a Tacoma once, but even I thought that the seating position in it was was weird for a truck. I'm not sure what year it was, but it wasn't new. Unless you are very tall, I wouldn't expect the seat to be all the way back like it was in the pictures.
I'm 6'2 and I always found the seating position in old Toyotas to feel like I was sitting on the floor with my feet stretched out.


Did you happen to measure to the top of the roof on the Bronco?
 

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Was the car unlocked or was it me that noticed the gas door just opens and has no locks? :rolleyes:
 

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If I could just get that interior on my WT, I'd pull the trigger on my reservation without question.
 

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Was the car unlocked or was it me that noticed the gas door just opens and has no locks? :rolleyes:
According to a previous discussion, the Bronco does not have a locking gas door.

You can file a complaint elsewhere, but if you really care, you can purchase a locking cap from the parts counter.
 

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