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we will talk later about stickers , thanks for posting video as well 👍
Sounds good! ☺

Thanks Jasmine!
I jumped to minute 101 for the big bronc presentation.
I thought it was well done and interesting.
Cool animation on modularity, and I didn't realize the bronc could be blown apart so easily. Those fenders they exchanged are nice. If you decide to offer graphics for the bronc, I would be interested. Bruce
you’re welcome! And sure, I will definitely be able to make some vinyl decals for everyone!!!
 

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I am really encouraged about the "modularity" of this Bronco. I feel as long as I pick the power train that is correct for me I can continue to tweek this to my liking and it will not be to complicated.
BL, 4DR, MIC top, 2.7/Auto, High package. I am going to go with Squatch because i am afraid i will regret if i dont and i cant travel back in time.
The rest will be a work in progress.
 

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Just don't pop the hood!
Lol you got that right. As long as I can change the oil, air filter, and give it a good cleaning when I want to, that’s all I’m after under the hood (y)
 

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I like the modularity concept of their three focal points. The aftermarket is going blow up with front and rear quarter panels and grills. It also gives me hope that upgrading to signature lights on BD won't be too complicated (hopefully). That BL looked so dope!
Our Broncos are going to have multiple personalities.
I want angry eyes I can switch to on the fly for when someone cuts me off 😂
 

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Is the bronco in this video on standard Sasquatch suspension? Looks high up!

edited to include some screenshots if anyone’s interested!
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Is the bronco in this video on standard Sasquatch suspension? Looks high up!

edited to include some screenshots if anyone’s interested!
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Best I can tell looks non squatch
 

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Take that back. When you look at fender flares, can clearly see it is a Sasquatch bronco.
Agreed. For some reason I feel like there’s more wheel gap than a normal squatch but could just be the angle. Was wondering if this one has more lift
 

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