Jason O

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Ummm...how do I get one of those small Bronco models that's attached to the picatinny rail?





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BradtheWelder

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The more I see this, the more I think this is how the fenders and quarter panels should be shaped. I can't wait to get my hands on a set! Maybe someone will make different flares for them too so they are street legal and I can just pop off the flares if I want more clearance.
Just today I noticed the wheel openings are different from any I have seen. They're kind half octagon shape versus the round stock ones. Maybe that means they will offer "aftermarket OEM" fenders for custom looks but Ford has shown custom parts that they will not offer. Not sure if I prefer one kind of opening over the other.
 

BroncOBX

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Love those graphics on the side...A WHOLE LOT. And the orange is growing on me too. It works. Fenders are a keeper.

Would like to see that config in Black Diamond Blue on an Iconic Silver body.
 

JHawk

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I hope they offer a step that will attach to the rock rail. One with a little drop would be even better for daily driving and could be easily removed for trails. If not I am probably looking aftermarket for a slider that will work with steps.

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