BDS Suspension has debuted its Ford Bronco pickup truck named Fire Command Bronco. The two-door Bronco turned fire/rescue truck is ready at a moment’s notice to go off-road for any emergency.

The backwoods fire/rescue-themed Bronco is capable to rush the fire chief or rescue lead ahead of heavier equipment to assess each situation and build a tactical plan of attack for the team. Fire Command Bronco is a pickup that recalls the “half cab” early Broncos used by many rural fire departments decades ago.

Equipped with the right gear, Fire Command Bronco features suspension upgrades with oversized wheels and tires, dual winches, emergency lighting, and more.

The suspension consists of Fox performance elite fully adjustable coilovers with DSC and BDS high-clearance tubular control arms. Together, these simple bolt on suspension modifications can tackle any terrain from street to extreme. Finishing off the unique half-top conversion is a bottom-hinged drop tailgate that replaces the stock side-hinged design.

The team at BDS took a Black Diamond edition Bronco, disassembled it, then proceeded to shorten the roof and re-engineer the roll cage structure.

Originally posted on Work Truck Online

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