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They really beat the hell out of them 👍
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notice the rock sliders on this one? They don’t extend the entire length of the door frame (looks like they were cut off) which defeats the purpose. Same on both sides. It still has me stumped.
 

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notice the rock sliders on this one? They don’t extend the entire length of the door frame (looks like they were cut off) which defeats the purpose. Same on both sides. It still has me stumped.
Saw that, thought one side a piece fall/break off and then saw the other side.
 

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good call @Stampede.Offroad i stand corrected.
i bet it’s bewildering the amount of data they’re pulling in. Anyone that can comment as to what they use this data for?
Programming and tuning for the transmission, turbos, etc. for different drive modes.

Of course it depends on which of the dozens of sensors we're talking about, but those in particular are going to take a lot to tune well.
 

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They really beat the hell out of them 👍
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Also, they were more than likely camoed before, so after peeling the vinyl off, the surface is still sticky and causing all the dirt and dust to stick to them. So I imagine they're going to look worse than they really do. No doubt they're banged up a little, but looking dirty doesn't necessarily mean pulled through the wringer.
 

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Sharing all the photos we took of the Broncos while in Moab. I tried to get a picture of the 2-door cargo area but windows tinted but I tried. There was an igloo cooler back there.


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If only someone could post a Base without Sask Pkg. out in the Wild would give us a clear picture what we could look forward for. All the Testers are Higher Models.
 

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Thanks very much Stereo, great work. If I may ask Stereo; how tall are you? The photos look like the camera, which I assume was at your eye as the pictures were taken, is about even with the top of the Bronco's with the large tires. I thought the tops of the Bronco's with the larger tires were above 6' high? It seems like either Stereo is a fairly tall guy, or the Bronco's aren't as high as the previously released dimensions have been saying. My apologies if the question is out of bounds.
 
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Thanks very much Stereo, great work. If I may ask Stereo; how tall are you? The photos look like the camera, which I assume was at your eye as the pictures were taken, is about even with the top of the Bronco's with the large tires. I thought the tops of the Bronco's with the larger tires were above 6' high? It seems like either Stereo is a fairly tall guy, or the Bronco's aren't as high as the previously released dimensions have been saying. My apologies if the question is out of bounds.
Interesting question and not out of bounds at all. I am 6'2" and hopefully this picture helps with perspective, it was taken by my wife who is 5'8". Since they were not badged I couldn't easily tell what options they had, but based upon the other video descriptions I think these had the 33's not the 35's but not certain.

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Interesting question and not out of bounds at all. I am 6'2" and hopefully this picture helps with perspective, it was taken by my wife who is 5'8". Since they were not badged I couldn't easily tell what options they had, but based upon the other video descriptions I think these had the 33's not the 35's but not certain.

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You may also notice the Bronco Sport next to these two Broncos and the height is close. I can confirm that the Sport was Badlands Badged so that may affect the height comparison between the two models.
 

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Thanks Stereo; you the man. Great work, I like real world photos. Looking forward to some day seeing the Bronco in person. Best wishes.
 

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First pic. Does any one think the strap is supporting the spare tire??? May point the Engineers to improve/strengthen design.
Looks like it goes partly over the brake light so maybe they broke the light or it wass shaking around slapping tge tire too much offroad?
 

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Interesting question and not out of bounds at all. I am 6'2" and hopefully this picture helps with perspective, it was taken by my wife who is 5'8". Since they were not badged I couldn't easily tell what options they had, but based upon the other video descriptions I think these had the 33's not the 35's but not certain.

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Those tires read 285 70 17s which are indeed “33s”.

FYI: I run Bfgoodrich K02s in that exact size. Which are often called 33s, even though actual size is around 32.6 inches.
 

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Also, they were more than likely camoed before, so after peeling the vinyl off, the surface is still sticky and causing all the dirt and dust to stick to them. So I imagine they're going to look worse than they really do. No doubt they're banged up a little, but looking dirty doesn't necessarily mean pulled through the wringer.
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notice the rock sliders on this one? They don’t extend the entire length of the door frame (looks like they were cut off) which defeats the purpose. Same on both sides. It still has me stumped.
I think they’re 2 door sliders mounted to a 4 door. Maybe?
 

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