They 37s will fit with a 2 in lift, thats probably why ford will offer a 2" lift. Ford told me sasq is made for 35s, no bigger. Now I suppose that dosent nessasarily mean "couldnt". But, its nice to still be able to turn when your driving. Might not get that luxury with a non lifted sasq only stuffed with 37s. Or you could go full whistlin diesel, and through 8 wheel spacers in there, then go for it.Curious to see how well 37’s fit under a stock Sasquatch. I know some have stated a lift will be necessary, but I’m not so sure just yet.... we will see, but I’m prepared to lift and go 37’s immediately.
I can certainly see who has run old school 4WDs and who hasn’t. Try 40s on drums. Or even us Toyota people who still have rear drums on 2021 vehicles. Don’t do stupid stuff on 37s and the brakes will be fine.
And as far as the build, who isn’t excited to see Fox coilovers ready to go? That will be one of my first upgrades, and it will be an upgrade.
Yeah. I remember how well those 12 inch skyjacker springs with buckshot mudders rode too. Anything over 55mph was suicidal. The 80s were great.I always loved the first brake application after a water crossing; which way will she dive this time?
It was especially entertaining up north when the drums got a nice layer of ice inside.
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Edit: this is the Bronco modified by 4WP -- see https://www.bronco6g.com/forum/thre...gs-37-tires-installed-by-4wp-shop-pics.11821/