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New pics! Dropped into another local Ford dealership that had a demo outerbanks! With sas. The sas looks lower!

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I really dig your build. I wonder what yours would look like next to a WT or FE with the black gloss beauty rings 😂. Man yours looks good!!!
 

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I think most of us are saying the same thing. Your Bronco should be higher because its riding on a bigger tire.

But, even if it's not... and it's the same or lower.... it doesn't matter, because your ride looks BAD ASS! Well done my friend.... bravo!
Yeah his is bigger and better
 

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soooo get out a tape measure. measure them.....then you hoping your non squatch bronco is higher will just be a memory.....IF the tires are identical in height. oh crap never mind. I see you put a taller tire on the truck and now wow it's taller. Awesomness.....congrats.
 

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question. If I put tru 36's on my truck instead of the factory 33's will pictures make it look taller?
 

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OP .. you are on true 35s so your tires are taller than a 315/70/17 ... I think .. lol
Just because it says 35 on the sidewall does not mean they are "true 35" " tires. There are very few tires that actually measure out to what they say on the sidewall, most are a little bit smaller.
 

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I agree. BUT he is very close to 35s more so then the oem 315/70/17 >> 34.4". He is running the tires below

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Just because it says 35 on the sidewall does not mean they are "true 35" " tires. There are very few tires that actually measure out to what they say on the sidewall, most are a little bit smaller.
 

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Could be the difference be the Good Year vs Nitto sizing? Also seems like the SAS has a lot more room for articulation without rubbing. May not matter depending on planned use but just an observation.
 

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The SAS fenders are just to big. I will definitely be ordering a set of non-SAS fenders.
🔝This!! I've been thinking the same exact approach!!
 
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