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Ford Presents Six Custom Broncos To Showcase At SEMA 2021

Ford Presents Six Custom Broncos To Showcase At SEMA 2021
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Ford is coming through with six big Broncos made by aftermarket giants. This is sure to be an enjoyable sight at the SEMA 2021 convention. Suppose this is advertising the flexibility of modding your latest and greatest Ford Bronco. Each of these mods possess a flavor so unique to each company, it’s almost impossible to turn away from.

For starters, Ford is bringing in the Fun-Runner, custom-built by Vaughn Gittin Jr., and RTR Vehicles.

This is loaded with a collective of Performance and official license parts. Like a performance intake system, a sport exhaust, and brand-new Dana axles. When getting behind the RTR forged bead-lock wheels and 37-inch tires., you’re witnessing the Fox Performance Elite 2.5 Coilovers alone with a long-travel suspension kit.

BDS Suspensions comes across meanwhile with a very fire-fighter-read Bronco. This one is souped up with a two-door, Black Diamond trim. Along with an open-air rear section and bright red paint, the vehicle uses CrawlTek Revolution, complete with recovery winches and savior-like hooks.

Moving on to the Bronco brought to you by Tucci Hot Rods, we would gear up in the snow. This vehicle has Mattracks of the 88-series variety. There are quad tracks that come with the vehicle, that will definitely take you anywhere you need to go.

In addition, the Bronco Baja comes in along with the Sport variant, both with mods by LGE-CTS Motorsports. The former is a four-door model with Outer Banks as the base. Not to mention a 3-inch suspension lift. Meanwhile, the Sport Baja comes equipped with a 2-inch suspension lift, off-roading lights, rock-sliders, fender flares, and even rear sway bars. These both have it all!

Finally, there’s CGS Performance Products’ Bronco Sport. This one gives off a very Badlands feel as it is simply a red SUV. In any case, the wheels are also wrapped in Toyo all-terrain tires, along with hitch enhancements and underbody lights. Don’t even get us started on the cat-back exhaust!

You can check all of this out at the SEMA 2021.

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