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The proportions make this look all wonky. Like someone put full width one tons on a Suzuki Samurai for how far the wheels go past the body but then covered them up with these bloomers for fender flares.

Need to see it stripped down to its skivvies, but as it stands....hard pass.
 

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A while back one of the guys on here with inside knowledge said the Warthog is basically designed to run the KOH 4800 class stock. I’m sure it will have the stabar disco.
That would be AWSOME. Interesting though - no IFS:


  • Front mounted engines only
  • Vehicle must contain 2 seats side by side
  • Single shock per corner
  • Max 37” DOT non-sticky tires
  • Only solid axles allowed (not IFS or TTB)
 

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That would be AWSOME. Interesting though - no IFS:


  • Front mounted engines only
  • Vehicle must contain 2 seats side by side
  • Single shock per corner
  • Max 37” DOT non-sticky tires
  • Only solid axles allowed (not IFS or TTB)
Someone corrected me and said 4600 earlier. But I’d also be curious with Ford being such big sponsors of Ultr4 if they would modify 4800 to allow IFS.
 

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WHOA, WHOA, WHOA! Nine pages in, and we're not discussing the most unbelievable part of this vehicle. What is THIS? It appears to be some kind of...top...that appears to be...hard. I feel as if I'm looking at a miracle.
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What are you smoking?


WHOA, WHOA, WHOA! Nine pages in, and we're not discussing the most unbelievable part of this vehicle. What is THIS? It appears to be some kind of...top...that appears to be...hard. I feel as if I'm looking at a miracle.
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It is interesting that the rear bumper is completely different from the base bronco, in that it is indented up to accommodate the hitch so the hitch is not the lowest part of the rear.

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of course I can't find a rear bumper pic of the bronco (to compare) when I need one.
 
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It is interesting that the rear bumper is completely different from the base bronco, in that it is indented up to accommodate the hitch so the hitch is not the lowest part of the rear.

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of course I can't find a rear bumper pic of the bronco (to compare) when I need one.
Same cutout.

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