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You could always try... raising the seat.
You’re so clever. Pre 2020 Tacoma’s do not have a seat adjustment to raise the seat. The only way to raise the seat is with spacers. Not idea. A lot of people find the Tacoma seating position to be terrible.
Website shows six way manual adjustment on base. So that should include height adjustment.

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You’re so clever. Pre 2020 Tacoma’s do not have a seat adjustment to raise the seat. The only way to raise the seat is with spacers. Not idea. A lot of people find the Tacoma seating position to be terrible. I don’t believe the base Bronco will have a manual of power adjustment to raise the passenger seat. I don’t see an adjustment to raise the seat in the pic. It’s a little disappointing that the rear seats don’t fold up for a flat floor or fold completely flat for a level deck and if the front seats ride flat like a Tacoma with no height adjustment in lower trim models it’s a failure.
We’re talking about the Bronco here, keep up.
 

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I’ll say it again, an OEM is not going to use spacers or body lifts. The lift will be built into the suspension and designed by engineers, not DIYers with hockey pucks.
Like the rear lift on the Tremor? Blocks. Pretty disappointing I thought. Carli has a real suspension lift for the rear of the Tremor, but they don’t give those away.
 

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Like the rear lift on the Tremor? Blocks. Pretty disappointing I thought. Carli has a real suspension lift for the rear of the Tremor, but they don’t give those away.
Damn that is disappointing.
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I will admit, I was wrong. I still don’t think they’d take the same approach on anything that isn’t a leaf spring. Even the front on the same truck uses different springs and shocks, not spacers.
 

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Those are not 35s on the 2 door. So even if the 33s can take on the Rubicon, says a lot.
Yeah Ford confirmed the 33s will have better articulation (more room for travel than the 35s), I think I might prefer that on something like the Rubicon Trail myself. I so want to see all the off-road channels do the Rubicon and Moab. You know TFL is going to do it, so Ford is trying to anticipate that as well I think.
 

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Also interesting that they were on the Rubicon Trail without a winch on any of the Broncos. Not to say one was not available, but none on the Broncos.

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Yeah Ford confirmed the 33s will have better articulation (more room for travel than the 35s), I think I might prefer that on something like the Rubicon Trail myself. I so want to see all the off-road channels do the Rubicon and Moab. You know TFL is going to do it, so Ford is trying to anticipate that as well I think.
So is it worth upgrading to sasquatch with 35’s or just stick with 33’s...hmmm. I was planning to get a four door version.
 
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