Bronco ProRunner Conversion, a high-performance off-road upgrade for the Ford Bronco 2021

This system allows any owner of the Ford Bronco 2021 to convert and upgrade with the most advanced options and accessories.

APG’s new ProRunner Package for the Ford Bronco radically expands upon that capability taking it to a whole new level. Providing a huge upgrade in suspension performance is our Bronco Long Travel Front Suspension System. It uses 3.5-inch-wider-per-side billet upper and boxed lower control arms to net 16.5 inches of wheel travel (limited to 14.5 inches with 40-inch tires) while retaining four-wheel drive. Damping is handled via 3.0-inch King Race Series coilovers and 2.5-inch triple bypass shocks housed in raised and reinforced shock towers.

The rear uses King coilovers and bypass shocks identical in diameter to the front with longer strokes. An APG Track Bar and billet Control Arms maximize wheel travel which also measures 16.5 inches (limited to 14.5-inches with 40-inch tires). Our 100% aerospace-grade carbon-fiber front and rear fenders are 7-inches wider per side, adding to the Bronco’s aggressive looks while providing enough clearance for 40-inch tires.

Also included are a carbon-fiber hood insert and a one-piece hardtop. Ensuring that your Bronco ProRunnercan handle larger tires and take punishment is a 7-inch wider Ultimate Dana 60 rear axle. An Ultimate Dana 44 IFS drive unit and 300M RCV HD axles add significant strength to the front. Our Bronco ProRunner Package is the ultimate upgrade for your Ford Bronco maximizing off-road performance without detracting from drivability. With it installed, you can tackle any terrain and drive home in comfort.

Is The Bronco ProRunner Conversion Legit?

Sound too good to be true? The announcement was just made this morning on Friday, July 22 in a press release. Image assets look about as real as they can get but, I am 100-percent certain they are rendered, computer-designed models. The video all but confirms that. With that being said, Automotive Performance Group (APG) has a proven track record with its Ford Ranger ProRunner platform.

I have seen these built to the max off-road Rangers in person and even toured the APG facility in Garden Grove, California. They are delivering premium-level high-performance products. The manufacturing process, craftsmanship, fit, and finish are some of the best I have seen in the automotive aftermarket, which says a lot.

My only gripe is, why now? What took so long and where is the real physical first article completely built? APG was quick to deliver the first ProRunner Ranger. The new Ford Broncos have been trickled out and most orders are now being fulfilled finally after two years. I guess the answer is perfection takes time. I really loved what they did to upgrade the Ford Ranger into what I always thought it could have been.

I guess I appreciate what Ford offered with the new Bronco, and I really appreciate what can be done to it with aftermarket goodies. What are your thoughts? Can the “Ultimate Bronco” handle 40s? If you are a new Bronco owner will you be dropping the $30k to go all out?  Drop your comments below.

Bronco ProRunner Conversion, a high-performance off-road upgrade for the Ford Bronco 2021 Bronco ProRunner Conversion, a high-performance off-road upgrade for the Ford Bronco 2021 Reviewed by Dang Nhan on July 23, 2022 Rating: 5

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