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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-05-1999, 03:18 PM
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bronco 2 lift trouble

I recent attempted to lift my 1990 ford bronco 2 3" in the front and rear. The rear was no problem with lift blocks. The front has a severe camber(?) problem where the tires appear to be at a V to each other from the front. I lifted it in the front by putting a spacer at the bottom of the spring where it bolts on to the axle. I need to know how to adjust the camber so that it will not be so severely in a V appearance.

Thank you for your help.

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post #2 of (permalink) Old 10-05-1999, 06:25 PM
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Re: bronco 2 lift trouble

with that much lift you have to get axle pivot drop brakets along with radius arm brackets. You can try to get Correction bushiongs but the most it will correct the Camber is 2.5*........ My FS Bronco after installing 2" lift coils up front had 4* of camber and looked "V'd" like you said.......

Do'n it with only 6 cylinders!
post #3 of (permalink) Old 10-07-1999, 08:18 AM
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Re: bronco 2 lift trouble

Check out the commercially available kits. They have the proper correction parts in them. I just checkjed an add for Rocky Mountain Suspension products (1-800-521-4908). They list Bronco II suspension kits from Trail master, Rough country, Superlift, Skyjacker.

I don't work for any of these places. Just want to save you grief. Changing the coils won't do it.

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