2-Door Badlands Walkaround

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I was hoping that you could have shown the ease of taking fenders off. perhaps that was not allowed at this time? I have seen other videos with it done in "montage time" but it doesn't match the experience you guys were giving.
One of the Q&A with the bronco team from Ford they showed it. They showed it was just a turn of the lever type of bolts under the fender and then it popped off. Seemed really easy to take off and no tools required. I’ll try and find the video so I can link it.
 

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One of the Q&A with the bronco team from Ford they showed it. They showed it was just a turn of the lever type of bolts under the fender and then it popped off. Seemed really easy to take off and no tools required. I’ll try and find the video so I can link it.
Sorry I meant the actual quarter panel not the fender flair.
 
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Another great video BN team, appreciate @jparker 's honesty about the things he sees and feels about the bronco. Pouring water on the floor was cool, won some brownie points with the wife on that one ( have a 2 year old, really good at dropping her cup or juice box out of her car seat ) . Any chance you can do a video of the dash display sometime? and maybe some of the accessory holder/charging port location on an equipped video?

thanks again, your efforts are much appreciated!
 

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@jparker Are you able to tell us if that drain plug has to be pulled when you spill something on it or does it have some sort of valve that makes it not need to be pulled open? It looked like when you poured the water it started draining right away. Thanks again for the video and your honest opinions.
 
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Good video. At some point for a video it would be helpful to understand the tilt/telescoping steering wheel position with the front seat slid all the way back. In all videos I've see they say the leg room with the seat all the way back, but is the steering wheel pushed all the way in? Or even to give more leg room to the person in back you could potentially move the steering wheel forward and slide the seat up a little.
 
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