Bronco Tool kit for 2 & 4 Door - first look

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Here’s the first look at the tool kit for 2 & 4 door Bronco’s. The kit includes tools for removing the Top, Doors, and Bronco Bolts. It also includes extra storage pockets for hardware when the doors and top are removed.

Something I thought was a nice touch, is every tool down to the Allen key are engraved “BRONCO”

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That’s a great kit! It’s those type finishing touches that make me think Ford did a better job on this thing than we sometimes think. Time and personal experience will tell, but it’s posts like this that push me back to a 11 on that Broncometer!
 

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That's nice. I like the double sided ratchet (standard 3/8 square drive on one side, hex drive on the other).

What are those pieces in the last picture?
 

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Yes keep it coming Ford ! What a great week it has been for myself and other fellow Bronco enthusiasts. The ride along videos from KOH and the Members first impressions have me more excited than ever. Starting to look more and more like this wait will be so worth it!
 

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It also includes extra storage pockets for hardware when the doors and top are removed.
Ah, finally an answer to bolt storage! I'll accept this solution. (y)

edit: After thinking about it for a little bit, I think I prefer this to Jeep's method, as long as it's obvious which bolt goes where
 
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