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General Consensus on leveling kit

bronco2fan

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So I picked up some 32x1150x15 with some mud terrains on really good looking Eagle alloys. 5 of them for 200 bucks. Put them on the BII and they rub just a tad on the left front and a little more on the right. My question is should I go ahead and do the suspension lift or because they fit really well on the rear, just do a leveling kit, springs and shocks to see if it lifts it enough to clear?
 


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You might consider checking out the article in the tech library about stacking washers under the front springs would be an easy way of lifting your bronco since the ranger and bronco II used the same axle.
 

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3 inch body lift
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Yes, I read that. I was just trying to get some input as to how people thought about using them instead of a lift. My BII already has a 3 inch body lift and was curious if anyone else has done it instead of a lift and how the liked it.
 

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