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Everything From Roof Racks To Rear Axle Assemblies

2021 Ford Bronco Two-Door Trail Rig Concept
Image via Ford

When Ford finally showed off the 2021 Bronco last summer, the company also promised to offer more than 150 factory-backed accessories. For months enthusiasts have been itching and scratching for a look at the full accessory list, anticipation on the forums built to a fever pitch as we inched closer and closer to the Bronco’s expected on-sale date. Now, thanks to the members over at the Bronco6G forum, we get to check out a leaked 2021 Ford Bronco accessories catalog that was just sent to dealers.

Not only has Ford kept its promise, but the automaker has more than doubled its initial estimate for accessories, offering more than 300 different parts to choose from. Most of the accessories will be available immediately, but there are a few key components that won’t arrive until later in the year.

2021 Ford Bronco Fishing Guide Concept
Photo copyright Manoli Katakis, Muscle Cars & Trucks.

Those looking to personalize the exterior of their 2021 Broncos will be treated to different spare tire covers, rock rails, step bars, bimini tops, mud flaps, and fender flares in several different widths. There are also options developed by Thule and Yakima, like roof-mounted kayak carriers, hitch-mounted bike racks, ski/snowboard racks, cargo boxes, retractable awnings, a tent, and even a perimeter fence. Also, let’s not forget the TrailArmour developed by Lund or the multiple graphics packs designed by Visco.

Moving inside, there are multiple cargo organizing options, seat covers, headliners, floor liners, door sills, and roof-mounted storage pockets. Plus there are electronic goodies like soundbars, portable fridge/freezers, remote start systems, dash cams, and a range-extending antenna. Pet lovers will be pleased to hear there are multiple pet harness options, along with a pet barrier, and a portable pet kennel.

2021 Ford Bronco 2-Door Trail Rig
Photo copyright Manoli Katakis,

Unfortunately, many of the functional add-ons won’t be available right away. For example, the tube doors, trailer brake control, winch, and exhaust system upgrades won’t arrive until later. Stepping into the even more hardcore options, there are different rear axles with ratios ranging from 4.88 to 5.38 that will eventually join the party, plus extra wheel options, different color beadlock rings, upgraded half-shafts, and beefier rear driveshafts. Shoppers will also have to wait to get their hands on the Ford Performance off-road suspension kit.

However, for the off-road dedicated there is a Dana 44 4.70 ring and pinion kit that will be available immediately, along with rear axle assemblies in 4.46 and 4.70 ratios, plus a 4.70 ratio front ring and pinion set.

Ford says it will release all the official details about the 2021 Ford Bronco accessories closer to the start of 2021 production in May. Personally, I’d wait for the 2022 Ford Bronco, but if you gotta have your Bronco now, be sure to get your ticket once order banks open next week.

Head over to Bronco6G to see the full list.

2021 Ford Bronco 4-Door Badlands Area 51 Overlander Concept Yakima Warn Sasquatch BFG KM3
Image via Ford.

Written by Michael Accardi

Michael refuses to sit still, he's held multiple hands-on automotive jobs throughout his career. Along with being an investigative writer and accomplished photographer, Michael works for several motorsports organizations.

He was part of the Ford GT program at Multimatic, oversaw a fleet of Audi TCR race cars, has ziptied Lamborghini Super Trofeo cars back together, been over the wall in the Rolex 24, and worked in the cut-throat world of IndyCar.

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