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so assuming you installed all leveling parts received on a stock BD, what would be the end result? 2.5" ride height increase in both front and back?
I read Jay's post as 2.5" in the front with all pieces, and 1.5" in the rear. Front has 1" more lift to achieve "level".

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Hello everyone! I figured I would do an exciting post to introduce myself on the forum! My name is Jay and I am Grangers Accessory manager. I handle anything from bedliners to lift kits to supercharger kits here! I definitely take pride in my job here at Granger and am extremely thankful that @[email protected] has put me in a position that truly fits my interests.

Enough about me though! I am sure you guys saw the title of this thread. Here are some photos of the 4WP Level kit that just arrived today! This is just a spacer level, so no shocks or new springs on this kit. They estimate 2 to 2.5" in the front depending on if you use the additional spacer, part # 65-12282, and then 1.5" in the rear.

PLEASE KEEP IN MIND!!! This will NOT work on a Sasquatch pakcage. The shock length will not work from what I am reading in the instructions.

Otherwise, the quality of the parts is very nice! I am excited for our Bronco to arrive so we can get the ball rolling on this!

Please let me know if you guys have any questions on this kit or would like additional photos.

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so then what size tires can I get on my Big Bend? 🧐
 

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I read Jay's post as 2.5" in the front with all pieces, and 1.5" in the rear. Front has 1" more lift to achieve "level".

Peter
Ok thanks, that's what I was thinking but wasnt sure! How much is a fair price to pay to get this installed?
 
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I am in the process of installing this kit. I ran into an issue, the directions call to remove the lower control arm, I went the route that Zone did for their level install and attempted to remove the lower strut bolts. One came out like butter, the other is seized and will not come out. Now my Bronco is stuck in the garage. :( Granted I was attempting the install with simple hand tools and eventually an air hammer. I am hoping to use a press to remove the seized bolt this evening. The past 24 hours have been a nightmare as replacement bolts are not in the Ford parts catalog since they are "part of" the strut and replacement struts do not seem to be available yet. It seems there is not a lot of room for error just yet.

Overall the quality of the 4wp leveling kit seems outstanding. I am eager to get ours installed.
I hope you get that bolt out soon! shoot some PB blaster on it and hope for the best.
 
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Ok thanks, that's what I was thinking but wasnt sure! How much is a fair price to pay to get this installed?
I can let you know how much time we have into it as soon as we get ours installed. I can't imagine it will be more than an hour a corner.
 
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so assuming you installed all leveling parts received on a stock BD, what would be the end result? 2.5" ride height increase in both front and back?
If you install the complete kit, you will achieve 2.5" in the front and 1.5" in the rear to give the Bronco a "leveled" look.
 

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If you install the complete kit, you will achieve 2.5" in the front and 1.5" in the rear to give the Bronco a "leveled" look.
Thanks and welcome to the forum btw. Good to have you here and it shows you love your work!
 

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When I ordered ours, it took my order and then sent me an email saying it was out of stock. Then it magically showed up today. So I am not sure if their email is a little wacky but I did get the kit pretty quickly. I will reach out to them and ask what the status is on the kits.
They must be using Ford's order tracking system. 🤓
 

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When I ordered ours, it took my order and then sent me an email saying it was out of stock. Then it magically showed up today. So I am not sure if their email is a little wacky but I did get the kit pretty quickly. I will reach out to them and ask what the status is on the kits.
Same thing happened to me. Then walked outside of my garage on Friday afternoon and found this.

4WP 2.5" adjustable coilovers

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so if someone wanted this for a stock black diamond (non-sas) here are the q's:

does this void warranty?
does it need dealer install?
are the standard HOSS shocks ok (do not need to replace)?
assume 33s would work great on stock steelies (or other models)?

it looks like 1.5/2.5 lift and 33s would be perfect per the responses.
 

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