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MegaBronc transforms Ford Super Duty into 7-seat Bronco look-alike

An upcoming conversion kit by MegaRexx adds a third row of seats, wide-body style and, of course, a Bronco-inspired facia to the F-250 Super Duty.

The MegaBronc conversion kit adds the Bronco's front fascia to the F-250 Super Duty.
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MegaRexx Trucks has announced a new conversion kit for the 2021 Ford F-250 Super Duty Crew Cab Lariat that transforms the big diesel pickup into a full-size, seven-seater Ford Bronco look-alike.

From the ground up, the MegaBronc rolls on massive, 40-inch Atturo Trail Blade M/T mud tires on 20-inch Method Race wheels, which account for a large part of the pickup's increased ride height. The rest comes from a fortified suspension with longer travel, a wider track and a modest lift that boosts off-road capability and adds clearance for all the extra rubber while retaining some semblance of towing capacity and cornering stability.

The F-250's bodywork is revised with new fiberglass hood and wide-body front fender and bedside panels. At 88 inches wide overall, the MegaBronc is a full 8 inches broader than the already-beefy Super Duty.

Putting the Bronc in MegaBronc is, of course, the replacement front fascia design that apes the grille-and-light combo of the 2021 Ford Bronco with LED headlights and circular daytime running light signature and signals. Beneath the new front end is a custom front bumper that integrates a 20-inch LED light bar that I'm sure will be the bane of any reasonably sized vehicle at night.


Seating capacity grows to seven, thanks to a third-row bench borrowed from the Expedition.

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The MegaBronc's seating capacity grows to accommodate seven souls, thanks to the addition of a third row of seats to the bed. The power-folding bench is sourced from the Ford Expedition and features upholstery that matches the interior furniture. In-bed passengers are protected from rollover with a steel tube cage and from the elements with a removable bed cap.

The F-250's 6.7L Power Stroke V8 turbodiesel still makes 475 horsepower and 1,050 pound-feet of torque, but sends it to the wheels via Dana 60 front and rear differentials that have been re-geared to 4:56 ratios.

Compared to MegaRexx's previous F-Series conversion -- the MegaRaptor -- the MegaBronc is a fairly conservative transformation. And while I personally think the Bronco fascia looks a little goofy mated to the F-250's proportions, I'm not the one to yuck someone else's aesthetic yum.


The MegaBronc (right) is huge, but looks almost conservative next to the even-more-massive MegaRaptor (left).

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