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Well, glad that got cleared up. Clear as the mud on my future Bronco tires.

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Q. Rear windows in the modular top for the 2-door, are they removable as shown in the 4-door modular hard top?

A: No, the rear windows in the 2door are not removable.
I didn't read through all 20 pages.... so if this has already been discussed.... sorry!

Ok.... I'm very disappointed....
Riding with the doors off and the roof panels over the front passengers removed and the rear top still on. Being able to have the rear side windows removed.... well... FoMoCo isn't showing Any Love for the rear passengers.... this is more important on the 2D than the 4D....... if it could only be on one, it should have been on the 2D as the 4D, they can remove the roof section (keeping the rear section on), roll down the windows or remove the doors for the rear passengers......... just saying.....
 

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I didn't read through all 20 pages.... so if this has already been discussed.... sorry!

Ok.... I'm very disappointed....
Riding with the doors off and the roof panels over the front passengers removed and the rear top still on. Being able to have the rear side windows removed.... well... FoMoCo isn't showing Any Love for the rear passengers.... this is more important on the 2D than the 4D....... if it could only be on one, it should have been on the 2D as the 4D, they can remove the roof section (keeping the rear section on), roll down the windows or remove the doors for the rear passengers......... just saying.....
I'm disappointed too, but I got to thinking about it, the video of them removing the windows looked VERY SIMPLE... just push a button and out comes the window. It may be pretty easy for a kid goofing around in a 2dr to hit that on the highway and now you have no back glass. I could be wrong, I haven't seen the way it operates in person obviously, but it may be a safety concern for Ford... still sucks
 

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I'm disappointed too, but I got to thinking about it, the video of them removing the windows looked VERY SIMPLE... just push a button and out comes the window. It may be pretty easy for a kid goofing around in a 2dr to hit that on the highway and now you have no back glass. I could be wrong, I haven't seen the way it operates in person obviously, but it may be a safety concern for Ford... still sucks
Are u saying kids only goof around in 2dr vehicles?
 

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Are u saying kids only goof around in 2dr vehicles?
I think what was meant is that rear passengers in the two door will right next to any latches or buttons to remove the glass, whereas four door rear passengers will be farther forward and may not be able to easily reach them. The rear quarter glass is in the tailgate section of the four door.
 

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I'm disappointed too, but I got to thinking about it, the video of them removing the windows looked VERY SIMPLE... just push a button and out comes the window. It may be pretty easy for a kid goofing around in a 2dr to hit that on the highway and now you have no back glass. I could be wrong, I haven't seen the way it operates in person obviously, but it may be a safety concern for Ford... still sucks
With the release button being on the back of the window near the swing gate, I wouldn’t think kids would be able to reach it very easily. Especially since kids seats are now more secure than the astronaut seats for the Apollo missions.
 

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Well, at least we now know there is a different height between the BL and Squatch. I would just like to know HOW? :ROFLMAO:
I can't remember where but I read somewhere that it is 10mm. I asked a rep at the super celebration, he said it was 8mm. This was not a Ford engineer, it was a marketing person. Neither of these numbers sound right to me considering that the top of the 35" is one inch closer the fender than the 33". So it sounds like the Badlands with the 33's have a more generous amount of clearance then the Badlands with the Sasquatch package.
 

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I'm disappointed too, but I got to thinking about it, the video of them removing the windows looked VERY SIMPLE... just push a button and out comes the window. It may be pretty easy for a kid goofing around in a 2dr to hit that on the highway and now you have no back glass. I could be wrong, I haven't seen the way it operates in person obviously, but it may be a safety concern for Ford... still sucks
Way more easy for a kid goofing around to simply open a door. I don’t see too many kids falling out of any vehicle across the city, state, country, or even the world.
 

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