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The obsession has gone too far when we're talking about whether a sticker is reflective or not.

Ford really needs to release some substantial news. I'm getting bored.
Haha true. So I guess I shouldn’t bring up how the badge placement on the door also looks weird to me? Because that seems like an odd spot for it... ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
 

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This solidifies the fact that I'll be taking this off. I found it tacky to begin with.
I'm crossing fingers that there is a "model badge delete" on the order form.
 

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This is the first we have seen the trim badge (shared between the Bronco and Bronco Sport) illuminated at night and we can see that the Badlands badge is reflective under the lights of the camera flash.

Trim Badge Reflective Area 51 Bronco Sport Night Time 1.jpg
Tacky...
 

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Sweet!
 

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Haha true. So I guess I shouldn’t bring up how the badge placement on the door also looks weird to me? Because that seems like an odd spot for it... ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
I was thinking somewhere around the black vent on the fender but I don't think placement would make it any less tacky .
 

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