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I may have missed an earlier response on this, but the front view was throwing me off, so I corrected it a bit in photoshop. It's still off a bit because of the different angles of the trucks to the camera, but close enough for me. Here's the images in case any one else was worried about the 33" making that huge of a difference:

original:
33v35front.jpg


corrected:
33v35front corrected.jpg


construction lines for grill, roof, tires, cab width:
33v35 analysis2.jpg
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Thanks you much! Confirmed me for staying with the 33's powered by the 2.7L in a BL 4-dr...

This will be my daily driver. Can't flippin' wait!
 
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I may have missed an earlier response on this, but the front view was throwing me off, so I corrected it a bit in photoshop. It's still off a bit because of the different angles of the trucks to the camera, but close enough for me. Here's the images in case any one else was worried about the 33" making that huge of a difference:

original:
33v35front.jpg


corrected:
33v35front corrected.jpg


construction lines for grill, roof, tires, cab width:
33v35 analysis2.jpg

You can't really do what you did in PS to correct the different placement of the car.
Having taken that photo myself I can confirm the original pic gives a more accurate representation (even though the pic is not ideal due to car positions. Bronco Nation recently posted a picture with both vehicles on the same line and it clearly shows the difference.
 

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Wow! They really beat the shit out of the badland’s “heavy duty bash plate”
 

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I think that, much like Wranglers, 33s look just about perfect for 2 doors, and 35s for 4 doors. (I currently live with the shame of daily driving a 4 door JK with 33s, haha.)
 

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You can't really do what you did in PS to correct the different placement of the car.
Having taken that photo myself I can confirm the original pic gives a more accurate representation (even though the pic is not ideal due to car positions. Bronco Nation recently posted a picture with both vehicles on the same line and it clearly shows the difference.
Agreed it's not perfect, but there was a BN photo I came across that seems more apples to apples. Below I'll post the link and original photo (I think that is allowed again if we include the BN logo). I then adjusted the separate vehicles so that their grills, lights, and lettering aligned and was the same height/length/etc. it's not perfect, but it's pretty damn close without spending a silly amount of time on it.

Original: Link to BN Forum Post
BN Original.jpg


Cropped Original:
33V35V2 ORIGINAL.jpg


Corrected with Guides:
33V35V2 CORRECTED GUIDES.jpg


Corrected image:
33V35V2 CORRECTED.jpg
 

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So, does BL have a high lift suspension or just Sasquatch ? Trying to decide to squatch my BD or go BL with 33’s.....
 

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What tire sizes do you think are on this one, 35s?

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Do you have more pictures with the carseat in the back?
I don't know if these help .
The people with ford were really accommodating with me switching car seats in and out (two kids). Bronco 4 door sits 2 car seats with no room in the middle for much else . My daughters seat sat more in a 90 degree position so ft well and only conflicted with the head rest . I'm sure sliding it up would have solved that problem . My sons car seat ( 2 year old ) sat in a more reclined position which made it more awkward when strapping in . The back seat didn't recline enough to accept the car seat perfectly. I'm sure part of it was my lack of knowing on all the adjustments. Either way I'm not overly concerned as even in a haste both locked in securely and there was never any doubt that either car seat was installed improperly.

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I don't know if these help .
The people with ford were really accommodating with me switching car seats in and out (two kids). Bronco 4 door sits 2 car seats with no room in the middle for much else . My daughters seat sat more in a 90 degree position so ft well and only conflicted with the head rest . I'm sure sliding it up would have solved that problem . My sons car seat ( 2 year old ) sat in a more reclined position which made it more awkward when strapping in . The back seat didn't recline enough to accept the car seat perfectly. I'm sure part of it was my lack of knowing on all the adjustments. Either way I'm not overly concerned as even in a haste both locked in securely and there was never any doubt that either car seat was installed improperly.

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I appreciate it!
 

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Everyone freaked out over the payload sticker and it’s clear as day in a picture from November.

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There was no logic to the payload "discussions."

Just people freaking out over assumptions and rounding errors, and then when the official stats finally did come out, those people insisted that Ford must have heard their pleas and adjusted the ratings to meet their demands.
 
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