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Finally, the question that really needed asking! Left lane if you’re passing, right lane if you’re not!!!
... looked like the passenger was the one getting the pics/video (in portrait ... not landscape).

From that position it would seem that the passenger would have the easier task of getting the footage if their quarry was on their side and in their cross hairs.

Also safer with the driver hands on the wheel.

Though I do agree (as taught to me) the rules of the road slow driving in the right lane, and (a lead footer myself) fast driving on the left.

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I figured as much though thought I could try it out just in case it's not like normal soft tops. Yes I live in Cypress, Houston.
I live in the SE. it gets commonly 100 degrees or hotter here in the Sun. I’ve driven a soft too Jeep for 7 years. I have never once had an issue where to was too hot or cold for the Jeep’s AC unit to keep it comfortable.
 

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Why didn’t they do trapezoidal fender flares? The round doesn’t look good with the overall body shape and design of the car. Plus the old style had the rounded trapezoid shape. Looks like aftermarket again it seems.

Also every rim, except Sasquatch, looks so bad.

I hate to admit the more time goes the more I’m disliking things.
 

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The more pics I see the more I realize how much I dislike the 4 door for some reason.
 

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I’ve got a 10 year old daughter, getting the 2 door.
Climbing in back builds character and strong abs.
Besides, when the top is off and she climbs up over the Squatch tires it will make memories she’ll never forget.
They are both awesome, get the Bronco that will be best for making memories.
 

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I’ve got a 10 year old daughter, getting the 2 door.
Climbing in back builds character and strong abs.
Besides, when the top is off and she climbs up over the Squatch tires it will make memories she’ll never forget.
They are both awesome, get the Bronco that will be best for making memories.
I've got three. Plus two dogs. I'd have to put one daughter on the hood using the tie down points.
 

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I've got three. Plus two dogs. I'd have to put one daughter on the hood using the tie down points.
She’ll love it!
Just kidding. The Four Door Bronco will be great for taking your kids for an adventure.
They’ll always remember the cool stuff Dad took them to in the Bronco. You’ll be making the next generation of BRONCO-A-HOLICS.
Enjoy your sweet Bronco with the family.
 

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With the black painted grill if feels like you have no choice but to upgrade to the black painted hard top. Anything else is going to look like crap on the OB
 

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Im sorry guys if you like them but omg are those wheels on those packages are ugly. Id rather get the steelies.
 

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hmmm. those tires on the red one don't seem wide enough to fill out the mud flaps. i am not complaining, just observing.







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Why didn’t they do trapezoidal fender flares?
That would be a Jeep...

I hate to admit the more time goes the more I’m disliking things.
That’s your right! You can get another truck with trapezoidal fenders 🤷🏼‍♂️
 

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That would be a Jeep...


That’s your right! You can get another truck with trapezoidal fenders 🤷🏼‍♂️
No need to be so defensive, champ. It’s not just a Jeep style lol If you look up old style Broncos (even Toyota’s, Land Rover, etc), which you obviously haven’t done, the original bronco (and the wwII variant it was based off of) has a fantastic trapezoid fended to compliment the body shape.
 

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I remember a lot of people questioning the purpose of the Big Bend. It looks really nice for the money. Once they hit lots and buyers get to compare them side by side, it may be the best selling Bronco.
I have been sold on the Big Bend since day one. I felt kind of foolish for a while since it kept getting beat up in many posts here. I am sure it will be perfect for my intended purpose for my Bronco.
 

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