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  1. GoatsyBanks

    Video: Bronco Sport Badlands Just Fun in the Snow

    Seems to work pretty good!
  2. GoatsyBanks

    Lovin my Badlands! Definitely would recommend the Air Design door moldings, hood scoop, and roof spoiler.

    Well since the aerodynamics of the BS above 60 is the worst out of any vehicle I've owned I'd be surprised if it could get any worse.
  3. GoatsyBanks

    Lovin my Badlands! Definitely would recommend the Air Design door moldings, hood scoop, and roof spoiler.

    Let us know if the rear spoiler helps keeping the dirt off the back in any way.
  4. GoatsyBanks

    Lift Kit Options Compilation List

    https://www.hrsprings.com/application/search/results/11/2446/2021/ Like they said in this post, I would be concerned with the loss of suspension drop. I would love to see this as the first step in them making a full set-up.
  5. GoatsyBanks

    Lift Kit Options Compilation List

    That's great. Only heard good things about the hrg. Thanks for sharing!
  6. GoatsyBanks

    Lift Kit Options Compilation List

    They would have to be a strut package or something. Not just springs.
  7. GoatsyBanks

    Finally Some Snow!!!

    Ya, I honestly wasn't planning on doing that. A dash mount is on the list.
  8. GoatsyBanks

    Finally Some Snow!!!

    Dirt. It's not an off road trail but it's only about an 1/8 a mile lomg and like I said it is "un-maintained".
  9. GoatsyBanks

    Finally Some Snow!!!

    Surprisingly enough I am finding the "eco mode" is great for snow! It doesn't hold the RPM's high that can cause sliding when lifting off the throttle, it doesn't hold back if you put the petal down or effect shifting and steering like with "Slippery mode". That with turning off traction control...
  10. GoatsyBanks

    Off-roading & rock-crawling video of Bronco Sport Badlands on HRG 1.5" lift kit and 245s

    Yes, Also the BL has a double clutch rear diff that definitely is designed for better power transfer. But they all work pretty damn well regardless.
  11. GoatsyBanks

    Off-roading & rock-crawling video of Bronco Sport Badlands on HRG 1.5" lift kit and 245s

    They did say that he didn't have the rear differential locked for most of the trip. They did have the "rock crawl" mode on but all the reviews I've seen and read say that the BS' ability to transfer power to any wheel is incredible, with any trim level, even in normal mode.
  12. GoatsyBanks

    Lift Kit Options Compilation List

    That's an interesting option. I'm curious as to how hard they are. I had a lifted jeep that had polyurethane bushings in the leaf spring shackles. Those got way more punishment than these spacers would. I'd love to hear from someone that has this lift
  13. GoatsyBanks

    Lift Kit Options Compilation List

    Eibach has been good at making full suspension upgrades with quality parts. I am curious to see what the might offer
  14. GoatsyBanks

    Lift Kit Options Compilation List

    Thank you, that is some great feedback. I've been thinking about how some companies are building them and the ones that are actually designing them. Ready Lift is definitely a strong contender. Better than Rough Country and the 4WP leveler so it seems. Dont back down, they need to deliver. And...
  15. GoatsyBanks

    Lift Kit Options Compilation List

    Now that the cry for aftermarket parts is starting to be heard there are many options when it comes to lift kits. I know there are other threads and I've heard some comments here and there about them individually but I wanted to put it all together and hear what people like/dislike, what they...
  16. GoatsyBanks

    NH off road

    Absolutely! I used to have a heavily modified jeep Cj7. I'm no pro but going out with multiple vehicles and spotters really helps. Have you seen this!? It's nothing that I would ever attempt, but it's definitely a confidence booster for the BS...
  17. GoatsyBanks

    Off-roading & rock-crawling video of Bronco Sport Badlands on HRG 1.5" lift kit and 245s

    I'm not going to do anything close...but that's awesome. Gonna have to take a look at the HRG lift.
  18. GoatsyBanks

    NH off road

    I did find this, https://vermontroads.net/map A lot of the terrain in Vermont is pretty steep though. Could be fun.. I'll have to go take a look! I'm putting together a single vehicle off road recovery kit with all kinds of goodies. Since NH trails are to tight for anything bigger than a BS...
  19. GoatsyBanks

    NH off road

    Clearance issues with the stock tires?Absolutely. Or wheel well clearance with the big ones. Not at all, and I have flexed out the suspension on the trails. I will say this, I went from all season radials on 18" rims to these Light truck all terrains on 17's, so the difference was significant...
  20. GoatsyBanks

    NH off road

    I was taking it easy in those photos because I was on stock tires. Now I'm running 245/65R17 cooper discoverer at3. Loving these, And if you wanted to know where all th class 6 roads are, check this out, https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?mid=1VL0wBtQhueg3Qfcv6V6e6JpyqEb-mPto&usp=sharing If...
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