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Hey guys I was curious if anyone here who’s ordering there bronco with the Sasquatch package is considering at some point adding a higher lift to it or is that a waste of money on even getting the Sasquatch in the first place and I should just order it without it, I do understand the package is more than a lift since it has the bigger tires and lockers which is why I figured maybe it’s still worth buying with it and adding a larger lift later on but wasn’t sure thanks !





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Hard to say, but if the Badsquatch 2.7 w/ lux gets me to 6250 gvwr, well guess what, I'm working for uber eats for half my miles before I pursue a second career in overland photography.
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Hard to say, but if the Badsquatch 2.7 w/ lux gets me to 6250 gvwr, well guess what, I'm working for uber eats for half my miles before I pursue a second career in overland photography.
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I’m not sure I’m understanding what your saying lol
 

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Hard to say, but if the Badsquatch 2.7 w/ lux gets me to 6250 gvwr, well guess what, I'm working for uber eats for half my miles before I pursue a second career in overland photography.
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That’s actually not a bad idea. Where do you find the actual published weights for builds? The IRS goes off of what the manufacturer says.
 

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Lots of people are already wondering what lifts will be available.
 
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Lots of people are already wondering what lifts will be available.
I’m sure they are as am I, I’m just curious if it’s worth it to get the Sasquatch before hand , to me it
Seems worth it for all the upgraded hardware aside from the 1” lift it adds but I’m not a mechanic by any means or an expert so I’m curious if I am wrong on my assumption
 
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FACTORY FRONT AND REAR LOCKERS INSTALLED WIRED WARRANTIED WITH UPGRADED FRONT DIFFERENTIAL!
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Like I said lmao I get that I’m jusy wondering if it’s still worth getting it if planning on going bigger to accommodate 37’s. But thank you for the rush hour meme you’ve got good taste
 

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Unless you are installing them yourself and changing out the front differential from a junkyard source you are going to pay that much for the lockers. The lockers do more than the lift, shocks, or the tires. The only price I can find for a ranger elocker is $1700 in parts for the front only. 1700 X 2 =3400 +500 for a junkyard 210 diff housing (if you are going to 37s you need it) puts you at $3900. Sasquatch is a steal and it only works because Ford has the volume. So lets all get it cheap together or they will never offer us such a gift again.
 
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Unless you are installing them yourself and changing out the front differential from a junkyard source you are going to pay that much for the lockers. The lockers do more than the lift, shocks, or the tires. The only price I can find for a ranger elocker is $1700 in parts for the front only. 1700 X 2 =3400 +500 for a junkyard 210 diff housing (if you are going to 37s you need it) puts you at $3900. Sasquatch is a steal and it only works because Ford has the volume. So lets all get it cheap together or they will never offer us such a gift again.
Thank you very much for the answer , I planned on ordering with it , but jusy wanted to make sure what made sense to me was actually correct before adding such an expensive package , I know IFS makes lifts expensive I hope we will have options for 1500$ or so that are good quality but I feel like I’m going to be wrong on that one
 

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