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I was hoping the Yakima rack was the platform and would have some Bronco specific information.

It’s just the crossbars and a little misleading. Stating that you can put 165 lbs on the stock roof rack.

Also note: Motorcraft site doesn’t seem to work on Safari.
 

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Cutting the cargo liners? That’s dumb AF. I feel they should have designed them to contour or utilize the tie-downs in some way. This way you don’t lose the protection of liquids on the carpet that the liner is intended for.

NOTE: It is optional to cut or trim openings on the cargo mat for the vehicle cargo tie downs and fire extinguisher options, see steps 2a and 2b. Follow dashed cut lines on the back side of the cargo mat.
 
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Cutting the cargo liners? That’s dumb AF. I feel they should have designed them to contour or utilize the tie-downs in some way. This way you don’t lose the protection of liquids on the carpet that the liner is intended for.

NOTE: It is optional to cut or trim openings on the cargo mat for the vehicle cargo tie downs and fire extinguisher options, see steps 2a and 2b. Follow dashed cut lines on the back side of the cargo mat.
I partially agree with you on this.

My Weathertech mat I purchased for my Jeep Grand Cherokee needed to be cut too. However, it was clearly marked, and simple to notch out the pieces as they were at the edge of the mat. I’d have to be a complete moron to mess that up or not cut it straight.

If they expect us to cut out there mats in the Bronco and they end up being away from the edge, like the image shows, that will be more challenging. Should have almost made it a perforated pop-out piece or something.
 

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I LOVE the instructions for the cargo mat installation .... although the Bronco is offered (with difficulty and delays) only in the US and Canada right now, its translated into 20 different languages along with graphic illustrations ... :LOL: :rolleyes:

The instructions didn't even need EN & FR ...... just one picture with an arrow pointing at the location would have done it .... but I guess 20 different cultures have created so many smart people that we need that kind of support!

Can't wait to read the rest .... :LOL::LOL::LOL:
 
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Is there the fabled B&O Sub in the back? That's something I'd be interested if you can in fact get the speaker grill at the parts counter
 

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