They should be fine just heavy. Plenty of sipes, not a true mud terrain. They are more of a hybrid at/mt. It just wont be on rails like a base on 30s will be. Also assuming you have rough crappy constantly under construction streets like every big city they will eat up the hole, joints, and steel plates far better than smaller tires.How will the 35’s handle on the pavement?
I assume the lift and Bilsteins may soften it up a little too. It would be nice to test drive one or twoThey should be fine just heavy. Plenty of sipes, not a true mud terrain. They are more of a hybrid at/mt. It just wont be on rails like a base on 30s will be. Also assuming you have rough crappy constantly under construction streets like every big city they will eat up the hole, joints, and steel plates far better than smaller tires.
I used to wheel my 4x4 E250 on 33s. It needed 40s!I'll just post this and then duck, but if you really want to go that last 1 or 2% then get a solid front axle vehicle that doesn't weigh 5k pounds and is about as wide as an F150, haha. I drive a power wagon so I know a thing or two about heavy rigs off-road!!!
Sasquatch is where it's at, go big or go home!So I've been strugglebussing on the right rig for myself. To me it boils down to the USE case of the Bronco with sasquatch. In particular the BD trim. I already know that more than likely, I could get by for everything I need to do with my Jeep Renegade. I have dreams of doing more, of course so I want the bronco. So my question isn't how cool the Sasquatch Package is, or how good of a deal it is; my question is:
What is the offroading use case for the front locker, lift, Bilstein suspension and 35s? How much less capable in say MOAB is a 2d BD without the sas package? Where am I going to be frustrated that I didn't get the sasquatch? How far will a lift and 32s get me in this case?
I could care less about frustration parked next to a sasquatch at the mall (though I do dream of a big, bouncy funtime machine). I personally think the MGV is going to make me happier on a daily basis. But if I were going to MOAB or Canyonands wheeling, how upset would I be with the unsquatched BD? Would I be frustrated at all? Maybe the unsquatched Bronco is totally a fun rig.. Maybe a lift and 32s could get me 90% of the way there.
Seems like all discussion is on how BAD-A the sasquatch is. Is the BD trim without it still a fun offroading rig? Or just another seriously limited DD?
If you have videos of the unsquatched Bronco doing cool things in the backcountry I would appreciate these .
It aint no Lincoln but it will roll better than anything I have ever daily driven. Little tire noise and yeah a couple MPGs less but hey gas is still cheaper than bottled water. It takes me alteast a gallon of water to make it 15 miles on foot so no big deal.Curious how you folks believe the Squatched BD 2 door will ride on the highway? Rough? Vibration? I am guessing 2-3 mpg less than a non-squatched. Opinions appreciated. Thanks