Ford had a lot to prove when it decided to bring back the iconic Bronco as a genuine off-roader. And we know now that they've largely delivered, having produced a flexible rig that can go toe-to-toe with the Jeep Wrangler, and just about any other factory-fresh SUV.
To prove it was serious, Ford smartly focused on a handful of easy-to-explain features that it knew serious off-roaders would be looking for. Among those features were the removable doors and fenders.
This early post surfaced last winter on Off-Road.com, detailed how that process works. It's mostly a good bit easier than the process on a Jeep, though there are some upsides to the Wrangler's approach.
If you'd like to get the full explanation of how Ford tackled this challenge, check the link out below.
With all hands at Off-Road.com waiting (im)patiently for the 2021 Ford Bronco to begin production later this year, we're glad to learn everything we can about t...