Right now i have an '89 Bronco with nothing done to it, I need suggestions on tires, tire size, lifts, etc. And keep in mind i plan on doing alot of harcore off roading. <font color="green"> </font color>
yes, we drasictally need to knwo about that stuff. terrain is key to building one, also if it will be driven daily. mines pretty built up for a 92, and its to the point where its not the safest thing to drive on the road, and down right scary at highway speeds.
huh? what the hell was that??
lets see, its only 8" over stock, and i dont choose to drive it on the road much, and i dont think it poses much of a threat to other drivers when its going down the road on a trailer.....
you said it was dangerous on the highway and if i was in a small car id be afraid too, going under that front bumber and being squished by the front axle and tires. [img]images/graemlins/frown.gif[/img]
Hey McDerry, If you take a look at his sig line and check out his superford site, I don't think that there is anything that he would need to prove at this point. I especially don't think there's a need to have to whip it out to show you the eight inches. [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img] [img]images/graemlins/blush.gif[/img] [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
I run 9 inches of lift and I tell you theres nothing to worry about.I have yet to see a big truck as mine or BurnedBroncos in any sort of wreck or fender bender. I see everything at my height and its fine. I drive mine alot too. Not just offroad use here. Its safe , its the drivers that are dangerous.