What Sway Bar Links are compatible with Bronco II 6in lift


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I'm looking for Sway Bar Links that are compatible with a 1990 Ford Bronco II with a 6in. Lift any suggestions?

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In the late 80's the front sway bar was behind the axle, that's how it was on both my trucks. After identifying a Ford factory Hi Ryder 2" suspension lift in the junkyard on an 89 XLT, I switched over to the BEEFIE in front of axel stock bar available with that lift for my 87 Ranger.

I later found a complete 4" Superlift on another Ranger in the yard. It was also using the same BEEFIE Ford unit. I have yet to need more in the front on the BII.

For my Ranger's rear, I sourced an aftermarket bar through JC Whitney. It was listed as unbranded but I leaned the company was a very respectable, well know suspension company. I have been happy with it's use since 89.

On the 87 BroncoII I decided to be as stable as possible in the rear, chosing the James Duff rear track bars with dual shocks. That "top heavy" BII rides solid, no noticable lean whatsoever!
 
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DB:

In the late 80's the front sway bar was behind the axle, that's how it was on both my trucks. After identifying a Ford factory Hi Ryder 2" suspension lift in the junkyard on an 89 XLT, I switched over to the BEEFIE in front of axel stock bar available with that lift for my 87 Ranger.
IIRC, It’s 1-3/16” diameter.
 

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IIRC, It’s 1-3/16” diameter.
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Yes, that sounds about right, it's much thicker than the stock was and felt better in front of the axle.
 


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