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Soft doors, that you can fold and keep in back
Soft doors - an excellent idea!

Also colour matching roadster doors.
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IMPO the rear bumper market is still underdeveloped. There are a few out there, but not many that include.

- dual swing outs, locking pins open & closed.
- fit up to 37” tire
- dual Jerry can holder
- ability to mount a highlift
- license plate relocation w/ LED light. Not mounted on the spare. License plates mounted on the spare are not functional when paired with a wheel mounted trash bag.
- rear camera relocated in the bumper, “not” on the spare
- cutouts for flush mounted chase lights
- third brake light
- spare delete included
- fold down table options / driver side
- robust construction for years of hard use
- built in receiver or compatible with OEM / Curt treceiver.
- zero cares for parking sensors. 😎

also…a 2Door hardtop that doesn’t suck. 🤪
 

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I love your stuff and I have the roof rack for the 2 door. What I would love is if you were able to redesign the front bracket so that I could take the roof panels off without taking off the rack. I believe there is enough space between the panel and the rack but the bracket in front is to close to be able to remove the panel.

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A different approach to limb risers and fishing pole holders, etc. for the "accessory ready" Trail sights.
Thus far ALL of the options out there for these are all aftermarket.
Surely Ford had some plans for something there but never came to fruition.
Yes, I remember the teaser prototype Rapid red one with the odd looking tray holder thing.
Nada.
Zilch.
 

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Just a simple manual sway bar disconnect. Yeah, I know some guy is making them out of his garage and I hear good things. But why don't I see something simple from a larger company?? I've seen the fancy ones with shocks, etc, but I'm looking for simple.
 

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Affordable aluminum portals. A guy can dream! 😅

Was just on another thread where the horrendous sun visors were roasted. Maybe some better ones of those?
...that don't hang so low when in use.
 

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Cam phasers that don't grenade after 5k miles.....:unsure:
 

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A nice sway bar disconnect solution for non-Badland
Just a simple manual sway bar disconnect. Yeah, I know some guy is making them out of his garage and I hear good things. But why don't I see something simple from a larger company?? I've seen the fancy ones with shocks, etc, but I'm looking for simple.
This x100.
 

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A plastic trim piece to cover the holes and pinch welds below the door rockers. Early on a couple of people came up with metal solutions that have bolts that are just not attractive. A clean black plastic piece of trim with no visible fasteners would be great. Since @Mabett did the metal version, they didn't want to do it again in plastic, but it would be nice.
 

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*Stainless Steel Clutch and Brake Lines
*Soft Top for the 2dr that goes all the way back rather than sit on top like a toupee
*Throttle Bodies
*Not sure if someone made it yet, affordable door holders to stop them in the garage

Just what comes to the top of my head
 
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A plastic trim piece to cover the holes and pinch welds below the door rockers. Early on a couple of people came up with metal solutions that have bolts that are just not attractive. A clean black plastic piece of trim with no visible fasteners would be great. Since @Mabett did the metal version, they didn't want to do it again in plastic, but it would be nice.
We have a steel version as well: https://dv8offroad.com/collections/ford-bronco-accessories/products/4-door-bronco-pinch-weld-cover
 

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* metal cargo divider for the 2-door to keep the dogs in the back
* pull out cargo divider like a tonneau cover for the 2-door
* a $300-$400 hidden winch mount that isn't made by the @$$holes at Rough Country (refused to give me any sort refund after I ordered it and then quietly changed it to the the mod bumper version after I received it). "you can just sell it privately and buy our new one"
* basically more stuff for the 2-door
 

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Easily removable clamp-on steps for tubular rock sliders.
A fender flares kit shaped more like first generation bronco flares. Similar to the heritage versions. Why on earth they don’t do all Broncos with heritage (correctly shaped) wheel openings is beyond me.
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