Ford Bronco hard tire cover protects your spare tire from dust, dirt, flying trail debris and inclement weather. They also provide a stylish accent for your vehicle.
1967 saw a number of dealer installed accessories including a chrome-plated horn ring, front grille emblem, bright windshield drip, side window frames and cigar lighter. A padded instrument panel and rear seat floor mat were optional.
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A spare tire is a must-have for any off-road-focused vehicle, as it can get you out of a jam in no time. But while having a spare is a great way to be prepared, it’s important to protect your spare tire with the right tire cover to avoid damage. That’s why Ford is continuing to innovate in this space, as the company has recently filed a patent for a new kind of spare tire cover.
The unique design of the proposed tire cover includes a piece that can swing down to rest on top of the spare wheel and serve as a ramp to help you lower it into place. This would allow you to replace the tire without having to get out of your vehicle, and it could be particularly useful for those who use their Ford Bronco to go off-roading on a regular basis.
The tire cover’s other cool feature is that it can be locked with a Master Lock to prevent theft. It’s also made in the USA, so you can feel confident that it was crafted with quality parts. Plus, it comes with a 3-year limited warranty to give you added peace of mind. MasterTop offers a wide variety of designs for your Ford Bronco tire cover, including patriotic bald eagle patterns and eye-catching dog print styles.
Keep your spare tire protected from dust, flying trail debris, inclement weather and potential thieves with this Ford Bronco hard tire cover. It features a sturdy marine-grade thread and tough vinyl fabric to keep your spare protected. It’s backed by Mastertop’s three-year limited warranty and is a must-have for any Ford Bronco owner.
This heavy-duty cover is hand screen printed in Orlando Florida and designed to fit your choice of 32″ 245/75R17 or 255/70R17 spare tire. It’s trimmed with professional upholstery welt which gives it a finished look and helps protect the stitching from the sun and elements. A quality corrosion-free Master lock is included to deter theft. It also has a rear camera cutout so you can easily install a backup camera. This cover is made in the USA using legal US labor and as many US made components as possible.
If you know anything about off-road driving, one of the tips that experienced drivers will give is to always have a spare tire with you. This is because you never know when a problem will come up and you may find yourself stuck out on the trail without the ability to fix your vehicle. This is why it is important to keep a spare tire covered and locked up so that it cannot be stolen by would-be thieves.
In the early 1920s, Harry Soref, a Russian Jewish immigrant with no formal American education, founded Master Lock in Milwaukee with investments from two friends. Using his own money and ingenuity, Soref developed the laminated padlock, and his company became one of Milwaukee’s top employers. By the 1980s, the company employed more than 1,300 corporate and manufacturing workers at its factory in Milwaukee’s Metcalfe Park neighborhood. The company also created a string of popular Super Bowl commercials that featured marksmen shooting and failing to break open padlocks.
After outsourcing much of its production in the 1990s, Master Lock moved its headquarters to Oak Creek and reopened its Milwaukee factory. Today, the company has a state-of-the-art 120,000-square foot world headquarters in Oak Creek that includes industrial design, engineering, and prototyping labs.
Our Ford Bronco hard tire covers are custom fit to your specific tire size and feature a locking stainless steel ring that is secured with the included security kit, which includes security grommets and a high quality coated cable. This ensures that your spare tire cover and your backup camera are protected from theft.
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Ford has been slow to roll out details on its reincarnation of the legendary Bronco SUV. But recent spy photos have shown both a four-door and two-door version of the new Bronco. The upcoming model will sit on the same modified Ranger platform that has proven comfortable off-road as well as on pavement.
The new Bronco will have multiple suspension modes to tackle all kinds of terrain. It’ll be able to go over, around or through any obstacle thanks to its ground-gripping 4×4 powertrain and Terrain Management System. It also has a number of advanced driving features like Radical approach, break-over and departure angles. It’ll also have a number of different cargo solutions to help you carry everything you need for your next adventure.
One thing that will separate the new Bronco from the Jeep Wrangler is its ability to seat more people. The upcoming model will have room for up to six people, making it ideal for families. It’ll also have the latest tech like Android Auto and Apple CarPlay as well as a premium interior.
The new Bronco will be available in a variety of colors and materials. The newest palette will include a fresh interpretation of the original 1966 color that makes a statement and evokes a sense of adventure. It’ll also have a dark two-tone package for those who want to keep things more subdued.