New Ford Bronco With 40-Inch Tires Makes The Raptor Look Small

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This is an upgrade package we can get behind.

Modern off-road vehicles are pretty wild. The 2022 Ford Bronco comes with 35-inch tires when you get the Sasquatch Package and the recently introduced Bronco Raptor is even crazier with 37-inch rubber. But what if even that isn't enough for your specific off-road needs? A company called Automotive Performance Group (APG) has the answer with a new Bronco ProRunner Conversion package that's absolutely bonkers.

The APG package adds long-travel suspension, fitment of up to 40-inch tires, and carbon-fiber front/rear fenders that widen the Bronco by up to 14 inches, making it almost 100 inches wide! APG lets customers choose from 3/4-inch, three-inch, and five-inch carbon fiber fender flares.

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The long-travel suspension includes King Race Series coilovers plus 3.5-inch wider billet upper and boxed lower control arms, wider heavy-duty steering tie rods, raised and reinforced front shock towers, and air bump supports that are all designed and produced in-house by APG. With the 40-inch tires, APG says the kit enables 14.5 inches of wheel travel while the smaller 37-inch tires have a bit more travel at 16 inches.

In addition to the lifted suspension, the kit include a seven-inch wider Ultimate Dana 60 rear axle and an Ultimate Dana 44 front-drive unit. On the exterior, buyers get a carbon-fiber hood insert with LED marker lights and accessory mounts, and a new one-piece hardtop.

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Automotive Performance Group
Automotive Performance Group

"We're thrilled to announce the next vehicle in the APG ProRunner series, the Bronco ProRunner," said APG owner George Patrick. "The Bronco was the natural next step, its massive adoption by the off-road enthusiast community paired with our expertise in composite body panel manufacturing and engineering has allowed us to create a truly incredible version of the Bronco."

Under the hood, this Bronco will use the stock 2.3-liter four-cylinder and 2.7-liter twin-turbo V6 engines. With so much extra tire underneath it, we'd want the V6 with its added power and torque, possibly even a nice tune to help offset the added weight. If you're so inclined, APG has partnerships with Ford Performance and Mountune who can help squeeze out more power. Pricing for the kit is currently unavailable.

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