OXFORD WHITE Bronco Club

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Yay! Picked up ours today. We didn't order it so we paid over sticker for it, but we like it. It's gonna be a demo vehicle so it's gonna be more awesome when we're done with it (Im the one in grey)

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Maxlider Brothers Customs

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1,000 miles in and lovin it! Please excuse the sloppy soft top look. It pays to take your time and get the side windows in tight with the Velcro and buckles to avoid the exhibit below. Credit goes to @Maxlider Brothers Customs on the stripe.

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That looks fantastic! Thank you for your business! How did you like the packaging and instructions off The product?
 

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That looks fantastic! Thank you for your business! How did you like the packaging and instructions off The product?
Thanks here a better pic. The packaging was fine and the instructions are clear in letting the end user know that it’s best practice to unroll the pieces to shake out for a bit, but everything is labeled nicely. The instructions are also illustrated and simple to follow, but there are caveats about vehicle temperature in the sun that the professional installers know best, which is why I didn’t DIY. The stripe is getting equal attention to the rig….it’s ‘wow, there’s the big bronco finally’ followed quickly by ‘where did the stripe come from’.

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Maxlider Brothers Customs

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Thanks here a better pic. The packaging was fine and the instructions are clear in letting the end user know that it’s best practice to unroll the pieces to shake out for a bit, but everything is labeled nicely. The instructions are also illustrated and simple to follow, but there are caveats about vehicle temperature in the sun that the professional installers know best, which is why I didn’t DIY. The stripe is getting equal attention to the rig….it’s ‘wow, there’s the big bronco finally’ followed quickly by ‘where did the stripe come from’.

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That’s awesome…. We appreciate the feedback!!!
 

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I absolutely love it so far. I’ve driven an OBX that was really nice, but this is a different animal.

it feels WAY bigger. The screen is massive, like iPad sized. All the controls seem very intuitive.

the MGV seats are incredible.

the soft top. It’s very easy to use, and I love top down look. Not a big fan of the wavy windows, but all the way back, it’s a lot of fun to drive. I guess everything is a compromise.

the 2.3 seems like it has plenty of power and geared very well. (I just got it so haven’t given it the beans)

the suspension is beautiful, and even with the 35’s rides beautifully.

Overall, it is 1000% worth the wait.
Well done FoMoCo!
 

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Follow the build on Instagram as well.


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2021 Bronco Specs:
  • Base
  • 2.3L EcoBoost
  • Soft-Top
  • Sasquatch Package
  • Auxiliary Switches
Aftermarket Modifications:
  • Nudge Bar by Rough Country
  • 50” Light Bar by Rough Country
  • Side Steps by 4 Wheel Parts
  • Ditch Lights by Diode Dynamics
  • Hood Protector by Lund Accessories
  • Bronco Emblem by Bad Bronco
  • Bronco Badges by Bronco Depot USA
  • Vinyl Lettering by Vortex Signs
  • Dixie Horn by Boom Blasters

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Just put on a set of 35” BFG KO2s on 18” Black Rhino Arches.

If the person that bought the Maxlider Bros Bronco for $165k wants to buy this one for $100k, you got yourself a deal! ;)

Mods Summary:

35” BFG KO2 All-Terrain
18” Black Rhino Arches ( +12 offset and poke out around 2 inches)
2” Lift by Rough Country
Crash bars removed so no rub

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2 weeks ago, I picked up my 2021 Oxford White Bronco 4 Dr Badlands with the 2.7 Ecoboost, Sasquatch, LUX package from Granger Ford in IA. I equipped my rig with a set of Icon Alloys Rebound Pro (17x8.5) wheels and 35” Mickey Thompson Baja MTZ P3 (D load range) tires and headed out to Moab, UT with roughly 1k miles on the odometer. The goal was to explore and test the capabilities of the rig and the components I had installed. In addition to the wheels, I also installed a set of the SS3 pod lights in the flood pattern from Diode Dynamics. On our way to Moab, we stopped in Grand Junction, CO for a quick but fun night run.

The wheel and tire combo performed flawlessly under the tough trail conditions that Moab has to offer. I recommend this setup to anyone looking for an alternative to a traditional beadlock wheel and want to maintain DOT compliance and minimize maintenance.

I have a set of King 2.5 adjustable coilovers with external reservoirs and the RPG Off-road Upper Control Arms and the Steering tie rod kit on order and expected to be delivered this month. The ultimate plan is to equip the Bronco with a functional 37" setup and head back to Moab in late October / early November to tackle the trails of Moab.

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for the ox white peeps! First day with my doors off, having a blast. Stopped in to meet Eric with OREOS detailing and see his 2009 Gallardo. What a beaut. He was happy to see my Badlands, big fan of them apparently.

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The time has come! After placing my order on day 1 hour 4, it is finally here!!
I ordered Base, Sasquatch,4 Door, 2.7, soft top, Oxford White, Aux Switches, and Keyless entry ( not of a fan if it, will be removing and hopefully sell).
So far I have added white vinyl lettering to the black grille, from StickerFab( check them out sweet minor cosmetic stuff) will be adding black hood vinyl, colored step, and lower trim to it. Waiting for the bank account to rejuvinate to add more accessories. I'm thinking steps/ rail guards ( I'm 5'9, with SAS makes it noticeable), exhaust, weather tech mats, and seat covers ( the sun blasts them with top-down), then finally front and rear bumper with under body armor.
According to my dealer here in Ventura County, they have only delivered 5 ( mine being 5th).
I have only seen one other one, Big Bend in the county ( not while driving)
I will say the wait was worth it! I couldn't be happier. Already have 100 miles on it! and each one of those was a great ride!
I'll post more pictures later. I will say, be patient because it is definitely worth it.
As a community, we should find a way to acknowledge other Broncos! Without thinking I have been doing the Shaka symbol. Of course, this was only to older generation broncos, have yet to run into a 6th gen!

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The time has come! After placing my order on day 1 hour 4, it is finally here!!
I ordered Base, Sasquatch,4 Door, 2.7, soft top, Oxford White, Aux Switches, and Keyless entry ( not of a fan if it, will be removing and hopefully sell).
So far I have added white vinyl lettering to the black grille, from StickerFab( check them out sweet minor cosmetic stuff) will be adding black hood vinyl, colored step, and lower trim to it. Waiting for the bank account to rejuvinate to add more accessories. I'm thinking steps/ rail guards ( I'm 5'9, with SAS makes it noticeable), exhaust, weather tech mats, and seat covers ( the sun blasts them with top-down), then finally front and rear bumper with under body armor.
According to my dealer here in Ventura County, they have only delivered 5 ( mine being 5th).
I have only seen one other one, Big Bend in the county ( not while driving)
I will say the wait was worth it! I couldn't be happier. Already have 100 miles on it! and each one of those was a great ride!
I'll post more pictures later. I will say, be patient because it is definitely worth it.
As a community, we should find a way to acknowledge other Broncos! Without thinking I have been doing the Shaka symbol. Of course, this was only to older generation broncos, have yet to run into a 6th gen!

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Great looking truck! Congrats! Where in VC did you get it? I'm in VC but will be taking the train to Kearny Mesa.
 
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