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I think it’s a full on win! Components did what they were suppose to! That was to protect!! Also another win whether they stacked rocks or not they weren’t towed off the trail!





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I’m glad to hear it completed the Rubicon because that’s way more challenging than anything I plan to get through... mostly mud and sand for me with a few ruts and rocks here and there.
 

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These are the 3 Broncos that you saw in the Rubicon trail videos/pics thread.

They managed to complete the Rubicon trail and are seen here resting in Tahoe after the accomplishment.

That’s the steel modular bumper in the first two photos and standard bumper in last two pics.

2021 Ford Bronco Damage Rubicon Trail 1.jpg
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Loving all the photos popping up recently. What's the source of the photos? I noticed every photo post gets the forum's logo pasted on. Do you have correspondents that send these in?
 

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Admin puts these on the photos almost immediately after the thread with pics are posted. (Watermarks)
Yeah I noticed that too since so many of these seem to come from our community and even outside of our community.

I would hope they are getting permission to put their logo on photos that don't belong to them. Slapping logos on photos taken by someone else is a misrepresentation and scummy af, doubly so when it also has the effect of advertising a page that earns money from advertising.
 

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I’m glad to hear it completed the Rubicon because that’s way more challenging than anything I plan to get through... mostly mud and sand for me with a few ruts and rocks here and there.
That's the same way I play with my Jeep, and will also with the Bronco. Truth be told I don't have the skills to do anything like the Rubicon trail, and probably never will. :)
 

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There are harder trails than Rubicon. I think Slick Rock and Dusy/Ershim are more challenging. My 2 cents.
 

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That's the same way I play with my Jeep, and will also with the Bronco. Truth be told I don't have the skills to do anything like the Rubicon trail, and probably never will. :)
The most aggressive test I’ll put my Bronco to will probably be the Off-Roadeo...
 

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The most aggressive test I’ll put my Bronco to will probably be the Off-Roadeo...
Adam, you also need to be ready for the Starbucks parking lot when all those soccer moms are there scrambling for a mocha-latte after pilates. It can get mighty hairy, and picking the right line is very important.;):)
 
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