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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by 7th District, Jul 13, 2020.
I noticed that the above link is having sound issues, but this one seems to be working fine.
Are they actual trucks, i.e., body on a frame? Or are they just glorified cars with unibody construction?
Hopefully, they've figure out how not to have the paint wear off your emblem on your car. Half the Fords I see seem to have this issue.
Looks pretty good.
body on frame
I'm a 4Runner guy, but the 2door Bronco looks nice.
Something tells me it is going to be expensive...
Was a manual transmission in any of them?
The 2dr & 4dr Broncos look to be body on frame (nice to see 35” tires from the factory, sad to see no 5.0 V8), while the “Bronco Sport” looks to be unibody.
On the topic of competition makes for better products to the consumer, Jeep has finally hinted that a production Hemi powered V8 JLU Wrangler maybe in the near future.
Bronco- 2&4 door- Ranger chassis
Bronco Sport- Escape chassis
They said a 7 speed manual for the 2dr & 4dr.
Overrated then. Overrated now.
Thanks I missed that.
Bonus points for a manny tranny! (cue G30SF... )
I used to have a Bronco II with a manual. I loved it until my wife rolled it coming down from skiing in the mountains. (she was fine, the Bronco wasn't)
Body on frame. IFS, solid rear. 4.77 gears with f/r elockers. Sway bar discos. 35" tires.
And it's not ugly. I think they nailed it. I would have like a solid front axle, although 2 hours and a case of beer will fix that.
Sport looks like a LR Discovery to me.
Probably has a 1.5 four banger and a couple Wuhan Whistlers hung on it.
Anybody look for OJ in that clip.
A quick glimpse would have been bada$$.
So's yer face.
Me: They came out with the new Ford Bronco!
Wife: It’s still a Ford though.
Damnit. She ain't lyin'.