Your first 2021 Bronco mods will be?

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Got board and I was wondering what everyone first modification would be. Personally mine will most likely he wheels or adding a light bar





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SFA.

kidding.

but am I?

it all depends, but honestly...SFA. no point wasting money on lifts and tires if I'm planning to swap axles anyways.
 

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Well, I used to say "a lift and 33's" , but it looks like Ford has that topped already..... so now, I guess it's "wait and see"!!!
 

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Need a roof rack for the kayak. Also need to figure out the best way to store one piece rods inside. Weather tech floor mats/something for the rear hatch area (I'd love a carpet delete option Ford!). It won't be a first mod, but I'll be upgrading audio as well.
Wheels/tires/lighting/aux switches etc...is dependent on what Ford offers from the factory. And if it launches in the fall/winter as we're projecting I'll need snow tires if that's considered a mod.
 

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Tires, floor lining, 30 gallon fuel tank if possible.
 

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(I think this thread already exists)

But anyway, I think I'd have to wait and see, but, I have a feeling it's going to be pretty well set up out of the box. That being said, I'll probably compare some of the prices of optional extras to aftermarket solutions and, if it's cheaper to go aftermarket, I'll do that. One example is rock sliders for the Grand Cherokee. Big metal tubes are somehow 3x more expensive from Jeep than from Quadratec.
 

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Probably lift, wheels, tires and racking system for fishing rods, kayaks and depending on what motor it gets, if it’s an Ecoboost with current support, I would do exhaust and tune.
 

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On a related note, how bad is the warranty work going to get with Ford if you have evil modifications?

Obviously the law says they have to prove it was the fault of the mod, but much like speed limits that law doesn't hold much water if it's not really enforced.
 

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On a related note, how bad is the warranty work going to get with Ford if you have evil modifications?

Obviously the law says they have to prove it was the fault of the mod, but much like speed limits that law doesn't hold much water if it's not really enforced.
Jeep is pretty good about it from what I read, hopefully Ford will follow
 

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On a related note, how bad is the warranty work going to get with Ford if you have evil modifications?

Obviously the law says they have to prove it was the fault of the mod, but much like speed limits that law doesn't hold much water if it's not really enforced.
Think they will notice if I drop a coyote in it and take it in for some reason? ;)
 

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aftermarket cupholders.

and then a snow plow if it doesn't come optioned with one.
 

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