If that was the case Ford wouldn't have offered a staybar disconnect on BL.got it. Yeah that’s the answer I was looking for. The Sasquatch suspension is already maxing out the IFS. So 35s are going to be the standard big tire for the bronco, unless people are dropping the center diff, so they can lift it more.
4runners the same way. You can’t do more than a 3” lift without some serious modifications so your maxed out at 33s.
Update. Added 1” Rough Country leveling kit today. Still waiting on an alignment and we will see how it drives now.
Not to mention that Sasquatch isn’t even a 3” lift of per the base. It would be off for Ford to offer less flexibility in that area for a vehicle more designed for off road than a 4Runner, which isn’t as aggressive.If that was the case Ford wouldn't have offered a staybar disconnect on BL.
Any updates on rubbing?Update from the owner of this Bronco (@Big Business)
This my Badlands. The 37's do rub on the frame when the wheel is turned lock to lock. It is not bad. Mt F250 rubs much worse than this with a leveling kit and 37's. I do have a leveling kit on order, but its not here yet.
Saw this on Facebook from Johnson Ford. 37s on Sasquatch straight off the transport.
- Toyo Open Country MT 37" Tires
- Spare tire bracket from 4wp
Have you had this is in a real off road environment (articulated) with the sway bar disconnected?