It was, couple end are worn out and I'm going to redo it all, one of the heims a saw the teflon coming out of so I'm changing them while I'm there.
There is certainly some truth to that. But, not long ago EB owners were in the same boat. You could buy EB's in the early 2000's for $2500 bucks. And fullsize Bronco's have been rising since 2008 right along side the EB market. I wouldn't have owned as many as I have had that not been the case.Money talks and bullshit walks. Most people that own full sizes own beat up old POSs.
Early Bronco Owners tend to know what they got and as they have gone upscale, more money has flowed into Early Bronco focused stuff.
If I didn’t have three kids, I would be wheeling an early as well.
That said, I agree that there is a bigger group of full-size guys than what shows up.
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I had it too at first but I truly believe Ford wont mess it up. I cant say for certain why I feel that way but I believe they are acutely aware of what it means to bring it back. There wouldn't be this much of a marketing campaign. When Ford makes a big, innovative leap, traditionally, (maybe arguably) they do it right. Its the mundane, boring ecoboxes they screw up.I wish I had some enthusiasm for the 2020 Bronco but I have this feeling I'll be let down.
I'm dont mean a virtual community. I mean a real-life one. I recognize there simply isn't the same numbers of Bronco owners to Jeep owners ratio but I can dream.There is a big Fullsize community on Facebook but I see very few that are real wheeling rigs.
A wide-trail on the east coast is a fallacy anyway. They're like unicorns, they dont exist. I'm just happy to be wheeling with Bronco-dudes. Narrow trails and all.It's definitely a good time and good people, trails are a little narrow though, lol.