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    Quote Originally Posted by JordanLotoski View Post
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    My wildtrak is set to arrive Feb 9th- then off to @tunerworks for a lift and new rims and tires

    Pretty excited for this to arrive
    Real lift or spacers?

    I really like the looks of these on the road... perhaps for my next vehicle, depending on what the new 4Runner ends up looking like.

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    Sadly, my demonstrator Bronco unit went back last night after a week. if i was in the market, this Bronco with the Sasquatch off road package would for sure in our driveway. We use our Rubicon wrangler a bit for off-roading and it's great and very capable. The issue is the other 99.5% of the time we use the jeep - it's not great to use as a daily driver in terms of comfort and ride and that's where the Ford shines. Unless the top can be off and you're enjoying the "jeep" experience, highway travel in a Wrangler is fatiguing (from the road noise to the buffeting wind and "boomy" boxy shape). I do dread having to drive the Jeep on a highway (maybe i'm getting old) but i wouldn't hesitate to take the Bronco. Time will tell if the ford IFS is as robust as the solid axle wrangler for off road abuse but for the mall crawler audience, the Bronco is so much more refined as an SUV and it can still do all of the off road bits as well as Jeep. Ford had plenty of time to be more innovative in their design compared to the Wrangler and it shows. i think it will force jeep to up it's game a lot to be honest. and that's coming from a die hard Jeep fan (myself).

    And now i'm going to wander off to find out more information on the upcoming Raptor version. 3.5L TT eco-boost, paddle shifters and somehow, and an even wider stance.

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    ^That's good to know. I am certainly going to keep an open mind to Bronco's now. And if I were to get one, Sasquatch package would be a must for me. But would like to drive it on the highway to assess the wind noise and comfort level before pulling the trigger. All that being said, I don't think any are available right now anyway and I shouldn't be looking at diff. vehicle for at least a freaking year or some shit. Haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shakalaka View Post
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    ^That's good to know. I am certainly going to keep an open mind to Bronco's now. And if I were to get one, Sasquatch package would be a must for me. But would like to drive it on the highway to assess the wind noise and comfort level before pulling the trigger. All that being said, I don't think any are available right now anyway and I shouldn't be looking at diff. vehicle for at least a freaking year or some shit. Haha.
    I'm sure Ford would be happy to take the Porsche in on trade in 3-5 months!

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    Nah. That'll replace the Alfa if and when.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R-Audi View Post
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    Real lift or spacers?

    I really like the looks of these on the road... perhaps for my next vehicle, depending on what the new 4Runner ends up looking like.
    Assume a real lift
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    Quote Originally Posted by JordanLotoski View Post
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    Thats a spacer. Just puts whatever material on top of the stock shocks to lift the vehicle. Real lift would replace the shocks and springs. Nice that it comes with upper control arms though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JordanLotoski View Post
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    lifting a sasquatch package up higher? nice......(ad says for sasquatch only).

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    Ya I wonder Jordan why you need to lift a Sasquatch package? Make sure you have a ladder for your clients to get in the vehicle too then when doing a showing or something. lol

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    Spacers with negative offset wheels and oversized tires = rough ride and replacing front end parts in no time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sxtasy View Post
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    Spacers with negative offset wheels and oversized tires = rough ride and replacing front end parts in no time.


    Hopefully bilstiens are at least also on the list. 3” is a shit ton of spacer without doing arms or anything else

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    Quote Originally Posted by sxtasy View Post
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    Spacers with negative offset wheels and oversized tires = rough ride and replacing front end parts in no time.
    Actually went with a 18x9.5 with a 12 offset

    Went with the lift as it was recommended with the 37s

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    Quote Originally Posted by JordanLotoski View Post
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    Actually went with a 18x9.5 with a 12 offset

    Went with the lift as it was recommended with the 37s
    Yikes… that lift recommends 5-5.5” backspacing which in a 9.5” wide rim is ~6 to -6mm offset

    EDIT: and they’re basing that on a 12.5” wide tire, so a 13.5 should have even more clearance
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    Quote Originally Posted by JordanLotoski View Post
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    Actually went with a 18x9.5 with a 12 offset

    Went with the lift as it was recommended with the 37s
    It will look great, but I've had a few trucks with spacers or torsion keys with more aggressive offsets and tires and have always regretted it. Rough ride, replacing ball joints every two years, frequent alignments. If you can I'd wait for a proper lift kit, just my opinion

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    Quote Originally Posted by sxtasy View Post
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    It will look great, but I've had a few trucks with spacers or torsion keys with more aggressive offsets and tires and have always regretted it. Rough ride, replacing ball joints every two years, frequent alignments. If you can I'd wait for a proper lift kit, just my opinion
    I may actually see how it looks with no lift as the Sasquatch already has a 2 inch lift

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    Quote Originally Posted by shakalaka View Post
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    Ya I wonder Jordan why you need to lift a Sasquatch package? Make sure you have a ladder for your clients to get in the vehicle too then when doing a showing or something. lol
    Stuff the biggest tires you can fit with some nice wheels under the stock suspension with some power running boards.

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