In this video, Bronco’s Esteban and Bronco Nation’s Matt walk us through the operation of the Bestop soft top, an accessory you can find in the Ford catalog. The top is available for both 2- and 4-door models. You can choose from two materials: a twill cloth version, or a vinyl that clocks in at a slightly lower price point.
When reading over his story, it was clear @Flourman knew his stuff, so I asked him for some background on his experience –– and was blown away by the response. Turns out, not only does he have the mechanical skills – and storytelling chops – but also a solid run in his own off-road adventures: He been into off-roading for at least 25 years, if you count his farm excursions. If you all don’t follow him in the forums already, you should now! Let’s hear the rest straight from him:
The Bronco Rides in Moab brought some great content creators out of the woodwork to practice their craft out at the Bronco booth. Notable names like Trail Recon and Matt’s Off-Road Recovery were spotted however, at the time of writing, hadn’t released any content on what they thought of the new open-air 4x4. Other creators have turned and burned some great videos, and we’re here to make sure that you know about them.
Hello, my name is Laura, and I’m married to a Bronco reservation-holder. You know, one of those folks who has carefully researched the options, taken a personal journey through trims and packages to figure out what he or she wants, and is now trying to pass the time until delivery by watching all the videos and talking about them with other Bronco enthusiasts. My husband spends a fair amount of time on this site.
Vaughn Gittin Jr. gives Bronco Nation an overview of the RTR Vehicles’ Bronco in Moab, starting with the design and protection package with optional swing-out tire carrier that fits up to 40s. The package components, created for Ford and heavy on development, will be available right around the time of the Bronco’s release.