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Videos of the Bronco offroad in mud park

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ok, who's the mole? Seems Fox News must've been monitoring this site as they too did a story on the "front dig"

https://www.foxnews.com/auto/new-ford-bronco-test-video-reveals-tricky-off-road-tech

They did at least give a nod to Bronco6g for the use of the render they show.
And they confirm the Ford/Bronco Nation connection



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Man, the SFA guys aren’t gonna be happy with that tire lift @ 2:32...
 

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The video is definitely mirrored. The letters/number on the license plate are backwards. My question is: Why?
You must have never meet a visual communications major. So many stupid artistic bs goes into ads you don’t even realize it.
 

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I noticed in the better shot of the bronco doing that turn with the front wheels spinning and the rear not. It was only the inside rear not turning, the other side was throwing mud you can see from underneath. So thats a active braking, traction deal. Maybe it senses off of the electric steering.

But I think they performed well. I like that kind of playing in the slop wheeling. Would've been nice to see em take on that deeper creek but it is a stocker afterall. There was a couple shots where the front tires stuffed nice and deep in the fenders so thats good uptravel. Overall for a stock ride it looks like fun, Throw on a small lift and real tires and you got something serious.
 

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I noticed in the better shot of the bronco doing that turn with the front wheels spinning and the rear not. It was only the inside rear not turning, the other side was throwing mud you can see from underneath. So thats a active braking, traction deal. Maybe it senses off of the electric steering.

But I think they performed well. I like that kind of playing in the slop wheeling. Would've been nice to see em take on that deeper creek but it is a stocker afterall. There was a couple shots where the front tires stuffed nice and deep in the fenders so thats good uptravel. Overall for a stock ride it looks like fun, Throw on a small lift and real tires and you got something serious.
only need like a 2-3” lift to get 40s on that bad boy.

I wouldn’t go to much bigger than that. After that you’ll have to start doing a lot of axel upgrades
 

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You must have never meet a visual communications major. So many stupid artistic bs goes into ads you don’t even realize it.
Personally, I'd be more worried about sending the message that it'll be available in RHD, because that's the first thing I thought until I looked a little harder.
 

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