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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.
If it DID have a locking fuel door, then all the discussion about the key pad fitting in the fuel cap cavity would be moot... :)





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That seems crazy big for a locking mechanism. Not going to argue with ya, you are the Jeep owner who has that same thing.
I initially thought it might be the subwoofer housing. I wonder where they are hiding that? Rear side panels maybe....? Sorry, off topic.
Not sure if the lower trims have a sub or not. If the BD doesn't, I think that's not a bad location to add a sub to the system instead of sourcing a rear interior panel, or hacking up the panel to add a sub.
 

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DO you guys think an adult needs the step tube to get in the back seat of the 2 door?
 

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Probably more than a child would need it. Kids will climb up, over and around anything. Teens will bitch the whole time but they are nimble enough so who cares? Young adults will make it without the bitching. So I'm thinking from about 30 something to 60 something all depends on size and general physical health. Older and/or not mobile are going to need it
 

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Still can’t get over how big the Bronco is . Even the two door non-Sasquatch is taller than the F-150.
 

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Anyone know if the regular fenders would cover the 35s that come with the Sasquatch? Or the extended fenders are required to cover the width of the tires?

Hate the look of the extended ones in the sasquatch package
 
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Anyone know if the regular fenders would cover the 35s that come with the Sasquatch? Or the extended fenders are required to cover the width of the tires?

Hate the look of the extended ones in the sasquatch package
The extended fenders are required, but it should be pretty easy to swap if you don't mind not having full tire coverage.
 

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The extended fenders are required, but it should be pretty easy to swap if you don't mind not having full tire coverage.
Thanks Philly. You are the MVP.

But damnit, was thinking getting maybe a BD with Sas, but I might just stick with the stock Bad Lands.
 

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Great pics, Thank you! Best grouping and definition of any pictures I have personally seen on B6G.
I was on the fence about CO and now solidly on board with it. Going BD because is suits my current needs best. If I become a real off roader (my hope in the future) some adjustments may need to be implemented.
 

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I was wondering how long it would take for someone to say something about that. :ROFLMAO:
Great pics and measurments. Just found this thread and going to have a x-max drink to celebrate you! Cheers!
 

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Yellow seat stitching, my Race Red Badlands with leather seats will have red stitching? Very cool.
 
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Yellow seat stitching, my Race Red Badlands with leather seats will have red stitching? Very cool.
Unfortunately, if you're not a fan, all Badlands have what I believe is Twister Orange stitching and accents. It is not matched to the exterior paint color.

In person, the stitching looked more gold to me than yellow or orange and I think that it will be very subtle if you decide to remove the other orange accents.
 

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