Canada - Ontario So if I go Squatch, any no-Squatcher wanna swap flares?

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Totally think the 35's would look much better under the standard fender flares.
So..... Even swap??
Y'all going with 37's probably aren't gonna start with a Squatched Bronco to begin with, and the Squatch flares would look perfect with the 37's I think.





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Totally think the 35's would look much better under the standard fender flares.
So..... Even swap??
Y'all going with 37's probably aren't gonna start with a Squatched Bronco to begin with, and the Squatch flares would look perfect with the 37's I think.
Once these things start coming in there will be all kinds of swapping stuff. On the Jeep Forum members practically give stuff away for nothing!
 

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I'm not familiar...? They cap the rear fenders wider? Even the Badlands?
Yes, I believe that along with the wider fender flares the Sasquatch package also adds a little cap on the rear bumper. It’s one of the easier ways to visually confirm if a Bronco has the Sasquatch package or not.

Remember not all the rear bumpers are the same so if you’re planning a swap look for someone with the same trim. Pics below.

Im curious what the bumpers look like with this cap removed. Is it open like a big mud catch aka anchor or closed off.???

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