Sasquatch equivalent after market

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Not sure if I’m asking in the right place, but here goes. I am trying to figure out how to get the Sasquatch look with the 2.3 manual. I know that it will eventually be available, but I don’t want to wait.
Does anyone think suspension, lift, wheels and tires will be available aftermarket for the Bronco when they start rolling out? Not even sure what I will be looking for, but I know what look I want.





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The aftermarket needs a bronco to dissect before it can build anything for it. I am sure lots of shops have reservations like we do.
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So until they have an actual bronco, then they won’t be able to even order parts or know what is needed? Might just have to wait for the Sasquatch to be available with the manual.
 

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correct. You can’t modify a vehicle without the vehicle.

So until they have an actual bronco, then they won’t be able to even order parts or know what is needed? Might just have to wait for the Sasquatch to be available with the manual.
 

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Do you want just the look, or also the capability? Gonna be hard to get the gears, axle, locker, suspension, wheels, tires for anywhere near what the package is. If just for looks, you can cheap out on spacer lifts and wheels, tires, but that still won't be cheap.
 
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Do you want just the look, or also the capability?

look and some of the capabilities. Just looking for a work around since we aren’t sure how late in 21 or 22 the package will be available with the manual.
 

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The aftermarket needs a bronco to dissect before they can build anything for it. I am sure lots of shops have reservations like we do.
Bronco Nation should have a bunch of aftermarket stuff available. I think they have a Bronco to dissect.
 

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If you don’t want to wait, as of right now the only way to get the look with MT is badlands and swap 35’s.

Edit: also consider the fact that IFS is usually more costly to lift than SFA. If you don’t want to wait for mansquatch, and buy aftermarket a lift, wheels and tires you’re looking at around 3k before you even regear, which you’ll probably want with the 2.3.
 

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Bilstein and Fox will have coilovers soon as they've already been working on the Bronco. Cheap spacer lifts are easy to make, so those won't take long either. If the squatch is using/needing a different UCA, that might be the choke point.

If I can't order a base mansquatch, I'll get a BD and know I'll spend $$$ for coilovers on all four corners.
 

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Let’s say shops get Broncos around June 2021. They will be pushing hard to get their modified Broncos to SEMA (assuming there is a SEMA in 2021) then pushing hard to sell their product by Black Friday and the holidays in 2021.
 

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That’s why I’m hoping I can just wait until the 2022 class. I just with they would make every Bronco a 2022 and release the updated B&P.
 

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The Sasquatch is less than ,4" taller. There is essentially no difference and aftermarket isnt going to spend R&D time and dollars to for a .4" lift.

They're, BL and SAS, the same parts.

ETA, Sorry, you may be talking Base or something, and not BL.
 

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