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First to the key....first to the egg

Yup. I'm on the scoreboard now.

I couldn't help myself I saw a forum with 0 posts and 0 views....... Haven't seen that since I been here in 2005.

I guess that means I'm out $38,000 for a new Bronco
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What is this? A YouTube video comments section? Haha I gotta wonder why this is here. The 2021 (yes, 2021) bronco is not a fullsize...

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I gotta wonder why this is here. The 2021 (yes, 2021) bronco is not a fullsize...
It's super simple. The reason this forum category is here and not a Bronco II category is because the forum owners foresee a new source of traffic pulled in if they can appeal to a new demographic.
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What's not to love?!

When I get my new Bronco, I don't have to go elsewhere!
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What is this? A YouTube video comments section? Haha I gotta wonder why this is here. The 2021 (yes, 2021) bronco is not a fullsize...
While it won’t be a true FSB on a full-size truck platform, I don’t think the actual dimensions of the new Bronco will be much smaller than our trucks. These mid size trucks have definitely increased in size over the years
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so... whats the biggest tire that will fit without a lift..
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so... whats the biggest tire that will fit without a lift..
You left out "where can I find a soft top?"



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You just had to go there didn't you?
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I just realized this sub forum was even here

If the modern aftermarket is any indication, there will be new Broncos being modified to death within weeks of rolling off the line. I work for a Ford dealer and we are just now starting to get in new rangers, and I saw a post on instagram over the weekend where they already have one on 6" of lift, 35's, big bumpers, lights, etc.

The Bronco will be no different, and people will search for places to talk about them. Why not let FSB take advantage of that?

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I just realized this sub forum was even here

If the modern aftermarket is any indication, there will be new Broncos being modified to death within weeks of rolling off the line. I work for a Ford dealer and we are just now starting to get in new rangers, and I saw a post on instagram over the weekend where they already have one on 6" of lift, 35's, big bumpers, lights, etc.

The Bronco will be no different, and people will search for places to talk about them. Why not let FSB take advantage of that?
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It's super simple. The reason this forum category is here and not a Bronco II category is because the forum owners foresee a new source of traffic pulled in if they can appeal to a new demographic.
Not to mention Bronco II's are dumb. Ford is like Hollywood, bad at sequels

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Yup. I'm on the scoreboard now.

I couldn't help myself I saw a forum with 0 posts and 0 views....... Haven't seen that since I been here in 2005.

I guess that means I'm out $38,000 for a new Bronco
I was gonna make a snarky first post in here the other day but decided against it

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If the modern aftermarket is any indication, there will be new Broncos being modified to death within weeks of rolling off the line. I work for a Ford dealer and we are just now starting to get in new rangers, and I saw a post on instagram over the weekend where they already have one on 6" of lift, 35's, big bumpers, lights, etc.
They (Ford) Gives, well maybe not gives but will sell, certain companies these vehicles early on purpose just so they can do this.
A great example is the Mustang, Both Roush and Watson Racing for example, get cars early to start making new parts. Ranger and Bronco likely same.

I dont mind the sub forum. Have to just see where it goes. Im of the don't like it, don't look at it opinion.


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I, for one, am looking forward to seeing what Ford does with the new Bronco. My wife loves the look of it, and has already stated that she wants one. I told her that we have to wait at least a year, as i am not paying that new car tax of 1st year devaluation. I know that they are not a full-size, but that is why I have a full-size. I forsee these as pavement and mall queens, like Range Rovers tend to be. At least I can get my wife away from wanting another honda

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I, for one, am looking forward to seeing what Ford does with the new Bronco. My wife loves the look of it, and has already stated that she wants one.
The Women's Intuition is strong with this one! No one knows what it looks like yet...
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