I'll take some steering wander that is still 100% drivable on and off road over tires pointed different directions every day, but maybe that's just me? Chevy had the same shitty ifs design with pencil thin tie rods in the late 90's early 2k's. It's like Ford was out of the off road market for decades and failed at jumping back in...Sounds about right for Ford since a good analog is that it took FCA 3 model years to fix the JL steering box.
If they want it to be the best off road vehicle on the market, they should finish Ford's copying of the Wrangler with a SAS. At least then it will have proper flex and steering component durability. Throw in a hemi swap and they'll be well on the way.My god.
All the blue oval loving is crazy...
I just went to the B6G forum and read on that thread. I could only make it to the end of page one.
Owner immediately is like "I love my Bronco still, I'm just trying to figure this out for everyone else."
As he's tearing his rack and pinion apart on a $60k+ vehicle that he waited upwards, or more, of a year to get.
At least with our Jeeps there's consistency. The 3.8 has problems, so Jeep fixes it with the 3.6.
There's problems with the 3.6, the redesign.
Then they offer more, better engine choices.
But these Ford cultists, they don't care. They don't care WHAT it is. If it has a blue oval, they have to buy it.
"I just want to make it be what we all know it is, the best off road vehicle on the market."
No... Ford should've done that FOR YOU. Hence why they charged you MONEY.
People already have!If they want it to be the best off road vehicle on the market, they should finish Ford's copying of the Wrangler with a SAS. At least then it will have proper flex and steering component durability. Throw in a hemi swap and they'll be well on the way.
If you are referring to the one I saw, it was a Sema build. The why is market buzz. Being a Sema build we shall see if it is actually built to be used off road or if it's just another Bronco show pony.People already have!
There's a garage that had a Bronco in like early September or something and SAS'd it.
Immediately I was like, "And you didn't get a Wrangler... why?"