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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-08-2000, 10:40 PM
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Bronco II lift

I own a 87 BroncoII fitted with a 4.0L & auto-trans , now I want to run 31 inchers .
How much lift do I need to fit the 31" and still have articulation?
Wich kit from wich company?

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post #2 of (permalink) Old 05-08-2000, 10:44 PM
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Re: Bronco II lift

mY BROTHER IN LAW HAS JUST A 3 INCH BODY AND NOTHING ELSE!!! hE RUNS 33 12 50'S WITH MINOR FRONT FENDER ROLLING. hE DOESNT RUB AT HTE FENDER EITHER. gO WITH ANY GOOD NAME BODY LIFT AND THEN RUN UR 31'S NO PROB!! HE HAS NA 85 SO I KNOW ITLL WORK GREAT ON URS TOO!!


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Re: Bronco II lift

My friend put a two inch body lift on his and runs 30's, there is enough room underneath that 31's would be no prob.

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post #4 of (permalink) Old 05-09-2000, 07:07 AM
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Re: Bronco II lift

I think there was a company called James Duff that has all kinds of stuff for early bronc and broncII. I am pretty sure that was the name. Dont know if they have a web site but you can probly find thier ad in the back of one of those four wheeler mags. I think i still have one of thier catalogs. I will post the address if i can find it.

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Re: Bronco II lift

Try James Duff Enterprises at www.jamesduff.com

or

K-Bar-S at www.truckworld.com/KBARS

Between the two of them, they've probably got what you need

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