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I'm not sure if this has any merit, but a buddy of mine said he heard that after moab they will be heading to Wyoming, Colorado, then New Mexico, Texas, and then back to California. If this is true, then they could be working/showing off their "weakest" point of crawling and then working up to some desert running to really excel and drive us crazy. Has anyone else heard anything about this?
I wonder where they're going in CO? Holy Cross?
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I wonder where they're going in CO? Holy Cross?
Been following trailrecon and some of the other overlanders, it seems there’s a pretty common Point to point route that it seems they’re following as well. I know it goes through Imogene pass and some other well known areas in SW CO.
 

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You would be incorrect unfortunately. Bronco is a bit portly. 4 door optioned out is 5,320.
Im curious where the weight comes from. The raptor is 5500 and it’s a significantly bigger vehicle in every way.
 

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Thank you Southern Utahns, my measly Salt Lake County ass has things to do in the valley so I can't go down and spy. Also ya'll need to convince them to fold the 2DR seats down ALL the way on camera lol
 

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I'm not sure if this has any merit, but a buddy of mine said he heard that after moab they will be heading to Wyoming, Colorado, then New Mexico, Texas, and then back to California. If this is true, then they could be working/showing off their "weakest" point of crawling and then working up to some desert running to really excel and drive us crazy. Has anyone else heard anything about this?
No one ever comes to New Mexico. Would be cool if true
 

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I'm not sure if this has any merit, but a buddy of mine said he heard that after moab they will be heading to Wyoming, Colorado, then New Mexico, Texas, and then back to California. If this is true, then they could be working/showing off their "weakest" point of crawling and then working up to some desert running to really excel and drive us crazy. Has anyone else heard anything about this?
Let's hope they do the Texas seat cover sweat test.
 

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Wonder where in Texas they would go. If for rock crawling, I would think Katemcy.
 

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Here's a treat from Moab specifically for 4-Door Bronco Sasquatch reservation holders / future owners. This prototype is equipped with Sasquatch Package, automatic transmission and Ford Performance beadlock rings.

the video needs just another 10 seconds to see if the rear bumper was tweaked on exit of the obstacle. also, was the phone tilted to capture the whole vehicle in the shot??

if not, that was super steep ;)
 

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Wonder where in Texas they would go. If for rock crawling, I would think Katemcy.
It has to be somewhere with our normal high humidity. Big Bend or Palo Duro Canyon have low humidity and is not a true test of the seat covers, WITH NO PERFORATION HOLES, test.
 

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That's not terrible range for what the MPG he's getting... But could of JUST filled up to
If you take the 333 miles until empty and divide it by the 16.5 gallon tank, that is a 20.2 Miles per gallon.

If we take the 333 miles until empty and divide it by the average of 15.8 miles per gallon, that thing has a 21 gallon gas tank.

Likely the numbers are off somewhere.
 
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