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It is a crash bar, f-150s have something similar (though on the f-150 it protrudes all the way in front of the tire). It’s just there to make it safer in the event of a crash.
I believe the modular bumper caps bolt to that as well.





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I will have aftermarket wheels waiting for my Bronco to arrive. Those Badlands wheels are awful
 

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Great photos! Thank you for the additional info.
 

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I will have aftermarket wheels waiting for my Bronco to arrive. Those Badlands wheels are awful
The ones in these pics are Sasquatch wheels, right? I thought I liked those but without the silver beadlock ring. I don’t think I like the Badlands wheels either though. Anyone have a close up of those? Just patiently waiting for the B&P over here.
 

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The ones in these pics are Sasquatch wheels, right? I thought I liked those but without the silver beadlock ring. I don’t think I like the Badlands wheels either though. Anyone have a close up of those? Just patiently waiting for the B&P over here.
The wheels on this one are optional

edit: These are the Badlands wheels:

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(machined Carbonized Gray)
 
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Awesome job and thanks for asking some great questions!👍👍
 

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Thank you very much for the Great photos, the 8 inch screen looks pretty good recessed in the dash but unfortunately my eyes ain't what they used to be so 12 inch for me LOL, also couldn't tell on door latches but I hope Ford didn't use plastic, had to many recalls on that issue with my other Ford's 😉
 

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I'll take your word for it. Still terrible. I wish the black wheel fad would die a horrible death.
Once I heard it reffered to as "My truck is all murdered out!" and I had to determine what that meant, I instantly switched to , "This is fucking stupid." mode.

Like all fads, it hit an extreme, now it's time to roll it back a notch or two ....Chrome, billet, black ops, flat/satin/dull paint....anything "tactical" (that one really makes me laugh......"I got a $3700 AR!!!" Yeah, But what you need is a $700 AR and $3000 in training..... Grumpy Old Marine Rant over)
 

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Aw man. Doesn't feel as exclusive when the photo resolution is high and in focus. Couldn't you at least take them from really far away like a drone took it at 95mph?

Jk. Give us the rest of the 58 photos you tease.
I know what you mean lol didn't have to use my glasses on these Beautiful photos and wow that sweet clear bright photo of the nice paint job on the rear door hinge was great 👍
 

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The bronco is going to do so well. It’s everything a 4Runner owner wished the 4Runner had. All the cool Jeep modularity, factory off road capabilities, removable top and doors, but maintains the 4Runners everyday drivability and practicality.

One great thing about jeeps is that all the bolts are not hidden. You can easily figure out how to remove things to do mods. Judging by these photos, it looks like ford has done the same thing. Still impressed with how well thought out the bronco is.
 

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Not trying to stoke a forum war here. I have nothing against the other site, simply just disagree with their business model. (I’m gonna resist the subscription/pay-to-play/micro transaction way of the future for as long as I can -especially when it provides little to no value...) But it seems like something took place that y’all weren’t too happy about.

Thanks for the great photos and (free) content from both of y’all!
Totally agree, I'll wait on Bronco Nation until my Ass is in the Drivers seat of my New Bronco Garlands😛
 

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Once I heard it reffered to as "My truck is all murdered out!" and I had to determine what that meant, I instantly switched to , "This is fucking stupid." mode.

Like all fads, it hit an extreme, now it's time to roll it back a notch or two ....Chrome, billet, black ops, flat/satin/dull paint....anything "tactical" (that one really makes me laugh......"I got a $3700 AR!!!" Yeah, But what you need is a $700 AR and $3000 in training..... Grumpy Old Marine Rant over)
Or $3000 in Ammo 😉
 

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